By: Seamus Fay
If you have been following Graduation Music for some time now, it goes without saying that you know about Brockton’s own, James Guild. Marked by his eclectic style of brutal honesty and passionate instrumentation, this rising talent always seems to supply the energy by saying what he wants, when he wants, and in this way, he has become one of Massachusett’s most promising acts to keep an eye on for the future. Today, Guild hits our pages yet again, this time unleashing a new single titled “I Don’t Like You” featuring none other than Michael Christmas.
Produced by Tedd Boyd, the guitar-led instrumental seems to set the tone right off the bat, giving the song a rebellious tint and unforgiving mood that ignites and fuels the fire from the first second to the last (hence, the artwork). Aside from this, it’s also important to mention the way that Guild and Christmas fit seamlessly on the song alongside one another. Each artist is known for their honest proclamations of life and personality, so it only follows that this authenticity creates a unique chemistry that you can’t really find anywhere else. That being said, I could go on about this one all day but I’ll leave it up to the readers to listen to and enjoy in all of its energetic glory.
Check out “I Don’t Like You” at the link below: