Posts tagged "dreamwave"

Yaeji – Passed By Me

Taken from her debut album With A Hammer, on Passed By Me Korean-American producer Yaeji turns toward viscous trip-hop with a haze of amorphous psychedelia. The accompanying music video leans into the latter, featuring Yaeji in multiple surreal vignettes that read like a loose adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. She

After seven long years, M83’s new album Fantasy has finally arrived, and it’s a sonic journey that sees Anthony Gonzalez going in search of himself. The album marks a fusion of his past selves, blending the shoegaze style of Saturdays=Youth and Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming with some of the unconventional

At face value, Ela Minus and DJ Python may seem like an unlikely pairing, but the multi-hyphenate vocalist and psychedelic reggaeton producer have more in common than might be expected. For starters, they’re both New Yorkers of Latinx origin, with Minus hailing from Brooklyn by way of Columbia and DJ

Like her frequent collaborator Claire Rousay, Mari Maurice (AKA More Eaze) composes pieces from threads stitched together to form fragmented and vague musical tapestries, like Rousay also at an alarming rate. But where Maurice and Rousay diverge is in their approach. While the former finds herself occupied with the enigmatic

Jon Hopkins is making new age wellness music. To be honest, there’s really no better way to describe the sort of music that the English techno producer has specifically formulated to guide the listener through a psychedelic trip. Immersive, amorphous and (sometimes) overwhelming pieces of ambient, perhaps? The concept is

The meeting of English multi-instrumentalist Kinnship and Swiss producer Pablo Nouvelle is some kind of musical kismet. After appearing as featured artists on each other’s respective projects, the duo found themselves working together on what would become Stones and Geysers, their first full length collaborative album. Across ten lush and

Image: Embassy One If you Google Copenhagen trio WhoMadeWho, you may notice that they’re listed as ‘experimental pop.’ Now, in the current landscape where artists like Lotic are subverting pop tropes left right and centre and where hyperpop has become a legitimate genre, maybe this is not entirely accurate. However,

Image by Estudio Primo The arc suggested by French electronic ambient composer and multi-instrumentalist Colleen’s latest offering, The Tunnel and the Clearing, is simple. It is a journey from darkness to light, from one opening to the next. However, Colleen’s invocation of this journey takes what is otherwise a linear

Interview by Maya-Rose Torrão Timecop1983’s unique synthwave sound washes over the listener like an 80’s dream; steeped in romantic nostalgia and vintage sounds, this musician has taken the genre and made it completely his own. Timecop1983 has been making music since as young as 12 years old, without any background

The Danish Dream pop duo Sweet Tempest is comprised solely of Luna and Julian – a charmingly bohemian pair with a succinct meeting of free-spirited minds. They cite Rhye, Tom Waits and the Beach Boys as influences to name but a few. The two have also been likened to the

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