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Mellow Fellow

AKA: Ralph Lawrence Reyes

About Mellow Fellow

Ralph Lawrence Reyes is the “self-taught jizz jazz-infused” Manila dream-pop artist, who goes by the alias Mellow Fellow to release intimate projects (or “sad shit,” as he likes to call it) such as Jazzie Robinson and 604 Diamond Street.

Starting out as an anonymous SoundCloud artist named garage604 in 2011, he’s remained mysterious throughout the release of his three albums (Self-titled, Jazzie Robinson and 604 Diamond Street) and even after being revealed in a Scout Magazine interview, the shy musician continues to produce FL Studio-made tunes that blend radio-friendly aesthetics with somber lyricism that has made him an underground sensation, enabling him to score collaborations with Clairo (How Was Your Day?), Floor Cry (New Year’s Eve) and Alyana Cabral of Ourselves the Elves (You’ll Be Alright)

In an interview with Buried Muse, he talks of his origins and how he went into music:

I started playing guitar when I was about 13. Got really inspired after watching La Bamba starring Lou Diamond Phillips. I would remember seeing that dude rock out to 50s hits playing his cheap ass green electric guitar and my dad just bought me my first guitar that Christmas and it was in green too so that got me even more hyped up lol. The last few scenes totally messed me up as a kid though. … I did however, start writing songs only when I was about 17 or 18 just for fun.