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Brooklyn-based synth wizard Chrome Sparks announces upcoming EP and shares new single ‘In2 Your Love’

Chrome Sparks returns with a new single ‘In2 Your Love’, a sandblast of synths, heavy-hitting drums and lo-fi 80s soul, released via Counter Records (a Ninja Tune imprint). The Brooklyn-based artist (aka Jeremy Malvin) drew inspiration from the idiosyncratic demos of George Smallwood, whose music he’s become obsessed with since

By Jenna Dreisenstock An album’s artwork is what makes the first impression of a new release, even though it’s definitely unfair to ‘judge a book by its cover’. We can’t assume what the tracks of the album sound like just by it’s album art, however the artwork is the most

As the middle of the year draws to a close and we are beginning to embrace the second half of 2018 (Yeah, we’re almost at the end of 2018. Pretty crazy.) It’s a good time to reflect on the great releases that have graced our auditory sphere within the last

Chrome Sparks | Chrome Sparks | Counter Records Release date: April 13th 2018 Review by Jenna Dreisenstock An expression of growth and unbridled immersion in the new; yearning – a whole auditory world in which to embrace, the overwhelm of beauty in possibility. A delicate separation of sound within itself.

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Jeremy Malvin aka Chrome Sparks is an electronic musician and producer currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Initially shattering the underground scene with the shimmering 2012 debut single, ‘Marijuana’, this then prompted a series of EP releases via Future Classic, swimming in synthesizer-bliss and percussive-paradise. He

Chrome Sparks (aka Jeremy Malvin) knows how to make his tracks shine. His forthcoming eponymous debut album via Counter Records (a Ninja Tune imprint), boasts a sparkling sound: a euphony of hip-hop, house and bright-beaming synthwork. On new single ‘Still Think’, the vocoder vocals and saccharine melodies show a predilection for straight-for-the-jugular songwriting. But there’s

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