Golden Vessel – ‘everythingeverydayeverything’

Brisbane producer, Golden Vessel releases his third album, everythingeverydayeverything

Golden Vessel - everythingeverydayeverything
Golden Vessel image via James Caswell

Golden Vessel releases everythingeverydayeverything, a mature and distinctive album packed with standout tracks.

Produced by: Golden Vessel, The Nicholas, Mallrat, Emerson Leif, Felivand, Japanese Wallpaper, Nick Ward, E^ST, Instupendo, Akurei, Abraham Tilbruy, Rei So La, Lonelyspeck, Fear Gorta

For the past few months, Golden Vessel (A.K.A. Maxwell Byrne) has been building anticipation for today — the release of his third studio album, everythingeverydayeverything. Over that time, the Brisbane musician has released a handful of singles (‘eee,’ ‘pockets full of rocks,’ ‘spinning,’ ‘so far’). At the time, we described a couple of those songs as “laidback and dreamy” (‘so far’) and “dreamy electro-driven track that’s bound to pull you in.” (‘spinning’)

Now on a larger scale, eee continues in that vein. Collectively the 11-track collection sees the Australian producer in an extended chill mode. eee sees Golden Vessel as confident, distinctive, and ever-so-stylish. Featuring collaborations with The Nicholas, Mallrat, Emerson Leif, FELIVAND, Nick Ward, E^ST, Abraham Tilbury, Rei So La, and others, eee is a solid addition to the ever-growing discography of Golden Vessel. The album joins colt from 2020 and SLOWSHINE from 2019. Mixed by George Nicholas, the album slides from track to track.

Golden Vessel discusses what ties the project together:

“I started everythingeverydayeverything (eee) at the start of 2020, and at that time I had started to question a lot of things in my life. I was raised Christian and I regularly attended church, but during that time I’d started this long and difficult process of rethinking what I’d been taught and what I believed. It took about a year for me to go through that process and at the same time I was working on this music, so it really bled into what I was writing about. Some songs are directly about this while others touch on other ways I was exploring life & spirituality at the time.”

He goes on to further explain how the change affected him:

“Rethinking all this stuff is a really complex process and is quite an emotional time. Rewiring your motivations in life and leaving a community you grew up in is disorientating, and so I hope with this album anyone else going through something similar will know that they’re not alone.”

eee is available everywhere today via sumoclic.

Standout Songs: spinning, eee (feat. rei so la & abraham tilbury), sun+tide, drugstore (feat. the nicholas), so far (feat. felivand), trash (in each & every way) (feat. nick ward)


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