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Chelsea Bridge x Milk Mandarin

Experimental Artist Chelsea Bridge (aka Mallory Linehan) recently a new collection of pieces she collaborated on with Milford, CT musician Milk Mandarin called "Lung". Mallory is a classically trained violinists and beautifully manipulates the sounds that instrument can make through this album.

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PREMIERE: Los Cumpleaños dazzle on experimental debut “Agua”

New York experimental pop outfit Los Cumpleaños subvert expectations on new EP Agua, making for an exciting, thoroughly novel release that modulates between styles conventional and avant-garde (and back again). While each of the extended play’s four tracks finds its footing a heavy Cumbia rhythm, heady synth leads and expressive brassy fanfares quickly fill in the space, lending a psychedelic atmosphere which, combined with double time segues, create an ecstatic, joyful energy throughout the effort’s roughly 23 minute run-time. Moreover, Los Cumpelaños synthesis of elements old and new enables electronic experimentation, while retaining elements of traditional Colombian music, in a manner that feels both contemporary and classic — more importantly, it’s an EP that’s nearly impossible not to dance to. Recommended for fans of artists like Sun Ra, Flying Lotus, Animal Collective (or anywhere in between), stream our premiere of this rousing release below. Photo by Brennan Cavanaugh

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Quicksails "Blue Rise"

Quicksails has released titled track, "Blue Rise", from his forthcoming LP which is due out via Hausu Mountain on July 24th.

This is the experiment work of multi-instrumentalist Ben Billington. He has been helping Experimental Sound Studio over the last couple of months in the curation of their Quarantine Concert Series.

This is the follow-up to Quicksails 2018 album, The Bright.

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Brett Naucke & Ryley Walker

Electronic producer Brett Naucke has teamed up Ryley Walker on a new EP called "I am Aware We Do Not Save One Another Very Often". These four tracks feature Walker on acoustic guitar gracefully balanced upon Naucke's atmospheric soundscapes.

Naucke's most recent album was released back in October via Make Noise and is called Electronic Hypnosis Program.





Waldo Witt Hits His Stride on New EP

 

  Waldo Witt’s new EP, Inner Paths, beckons listeners to fully immerse themselves in the singer/producer’s psyche. The North Carolinian fuses together synth-pop, psych rock, and R&B to create groovy soundscapes that illicite introspection. It’s easy to get lost in the sauce of the dense arrangements he crafts, but the vocal melodies reach out and guide you back down his path. Recording his last record from his van, Inner Paths also allows Witt to use the studio as an instrument, as intricate production, mixing, and processing seamlessly eb and flow with the palette of a cunning professional.  

 

The five track EP takes the listeners on a fully formed journey of peaks and valleys, expressing a wide range of emotion. It is able to slide right into the rare pocket of stasis between adhering to pop music conventions and simultaneously breaking down those conventions with electronic experimentation. The opening track “For The First Time”, builds a groove into a multi-layered vocal release, swirling from ear to ear. The hooks from “Remember To Forget” and “Umstead Park” are undeniably catchy, while the title track could be heard at the club and “Lost On The Highway” could have been a hidden gem on The Breakfast Club soundtrack. 

 

Overall, Inner Paths carves out the middle ground between Toro y Moi and Peter Gabriel, sentimentally nodding to the 80’s whilst sprinting past them into the world of contemporary production. With this release, Witt is able to actualize what Kevin Parker was trying (emphasis on trying) to do with the last Tame Impala album. The detailed synthesis and drum sequences also hearken back to groups like Yellow Magic Orchestra. One of the most disappointing things about this EP is that it may be a while before these songs can be performed, which is a shame, because they are rife for live experimentation. 

 

-Hayden Steckel


 

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