An ode to the all encompassing trials and tribulations that come with romantic relationships, Thomas White and Lia return with their Drifting EP. The introspective 4-track effort is a collaborative outpour of raw, emotive production and poetry. The intro to the EP, “Feather” forges a heart felt path for the rest of the catalog to follow. The minimalist cut swells with omni-present percussions and palpable lyricism. Lia’s vocal strength is complimented by a shadowy echo that shimmers behind her graceful prose. While the EP is inspired by duality, listeners can expect to feel both nostalgia and hope with each note and every transition. “Feather” is a mere glimpse into the electronic masterpiece crafted by Thomas White and Lia.
Y Balloon has been turning heads since his debut release, “Mockingbird,” the lead single to his forthcoming JOMO EP. The indie-electronic project is a call to action regarding society’s unhealthy tendency to obsess and abuse social media in the technological age. His second single, “Careless” is a glistening adventure through lush soundscapes inspired by the forest- where it was created in part. As crisp, whispering vocals surround atmospheric synths, a flow of emotion and truth pours out from the track. Dynamic and morally righteous, “Careless” is the second look into the Joy Of Missing Out.
Narcsus Prye is a London-based producer and songwriter doing things his own way. His inspired single, “You Can’t Save Us (From Ourselves)” featuring Arch Birds is a delivery of eccentric resonance. Sewn together with whispering vocals and remarkable chord progressions, the single dances between indie and experimental electronic. Echoing chambers of isolated notes tether themselves together to create a single outline. This tantalizing track is on repeat, join us.
Making a stunning debut, former Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur and current purveyor of the now, Y Balloon unveils “Mockingbird.” The cinematic triumph is the lead single to his forthcoming JOMO EP - the joy of missing out. Atmospheric chords stretch across a plane of robust synths, as feathered vocals whisper in the background. “Mockingbird” was released in parallel with a visually breathtaking music video that features the producer isolated in the desert while a dancer moves fluidly to the natural ebb and flow of the rhythm. This inaugural single marks the beginning of a fruitful vision for the producer. Watch this space for more from the LA ace, Y Balloon.
Acid-house meets indie electronic on Ark Patrol’s latest single, “Darling, You Can’t Walk Away.” A mere two weeks ago we were reveling in the producer’s romantic track “Your Eyes (And Other Safe Havens),” the lead single to his debut self-titled project. Today, Ark Patrol is capitalizing on his momentum with a second preview of what’s to come late February. With a wicked draw to it, this groovy track is a daring ocean of energy. His versatility as a producer is apparent as he fuses a labyrinth of sounds to oscillate the digitized vocal feature. Chromatic and charismatic as hell, Ark Patrol is fearless with “Darling, You Can’t Walk Away.”
At the heels of a shocking year, Seattle-based producer Ark Patrol returns with an entirely new outlook on life. In 2018, the alternative electro powerhouse was diagnosed with cancer, straining his creative processes. Despite facing a life-threatening illness, Ark Patrol overcame adversity with a sense of intellect and grace. The new found warrior has since taken back his life, and is ready to share new music with the world. “Your Eyes (And Other Safe Havens)” is Ark Patrol’s lead single to his forthcoming self-titled album length project. Melodic and inviting, “Your Eyes” warms its listeners with glistening sound design and mellow cadences. Originally produced as an interlude for the project, the track later came to fruition as a staple single from the upcoming catalog. Find peace and healing in “Your Eyes (And Other Safe Havens),” and stay tuned for a monumental year from the Seattle musician.
Disclaimer: Ark Patrol is promoted by Beautiful Buzz writer Alli Lindsey
Beat your Tuesday blues with ALIGN, the fast-rising star out of Chicago. The thought-provoking producer just released his first single of 2019, “Play It Cool” featuring Sarah De Warren. ALIGN’s latest joint chronicles the thoughts of a romantic encounter, reminding us that sometimes, it’s best to just “Play It Cool,” even when our hearts swell with butterflies. Bouncy production and feminine vocals collide in this track, breathing a new life into indie electronic. Get lost with ALIGN and Sarah De Warren.
Disclaimer: ALIGN is promoted by Beautiful Buzzz writer Alli Lindsey
Beautiful Buzzz favorite Alex Lustig returns boasting his signature charm with his latest single “Love Like Us.” A driving force as a producer behind the scenes for Freddie Gibbs and Young Thug, Lustig’s solo career is an esoteric take on indie-electronic. His feathery production, ethereal transitions, and crisp vocal features are the pillars that define his stunning catalog of sounds. “Love Like Us” carefully balances easy cadences and hip-hop-esque chops, creating a tonal divergence that doubles as synchronicity. Alex Lustig, we’re listening.
Electronic soundscapes, textural guitar riffs, and lush synths are the pillars of Price Park’s latest single, “Fire” featuring Joe Kosky. This vibrant framework of sounds boasts a palpable resonance, both sweet and striking. Little moments of bliss collide in “Fire,” awakening a myriad of emotions via smooth transitions and complex arrangements. Drawing inspiration from a labyrinth of electronic sub-genres, Price Park channels a slew of influence with a notable sense of cohesiveness. Gorgeous and gritty, this Melbourne-based visionary is as encompassing as they come. Join us as we lose ourselves in this rare, seamless beauty defined only by Price Park and Joe Kosky.