Electronic

Claud lays down centering alt pop on "Easy In The Morning," plays Baby's 2.15

It’s hard not to fall in love with the relaxing, alt pop productions of Claud Mintz, whose recent single “easy in the morning” blends textures both electronic and acoustic, setting guitar arpeggios against swelling, muted synth and shuffling electronic breaks. The whole track is accented by field recordings of morning birds in the background, creating an additional layer of easygoing atmosphere to Claud’s already mellow vocal performance. Lyrically, “Easy” is an unapologetic vision of self-intimacy, of the still moments spent alone before the day breaks and the complications of modern life set in - Claud’s willingness to invite us into their world is a centering experience, one that imparts an unparalleled sense of ease upon the listener, and serves as a testament to the inner peace we can all find if we take some time, alone. 

Claud will bring their introverted, tactile pop to Baby’s All Right on February 15th, playing alongside Del Water Gap and Spud Cannon. Until then, cozy up and stream “easy in the morning” below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)

   

William Covert releases Music for Synthesizer and Drums

Drummer William Covert of Space Blood and Rust Ring has released a solo album called Music for Synthesizer and Drums via the British Columbia label Coup Sur Coup. The album first single is called “I Am Not Paul Avery” and is accompanied by the wild video below.

You can catch William Covert at Co-Prosperity Sphere tomorrow, February 2nd, with Poison Arrows, Parlour, and Pinebender.

   

Electronic

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
YAA! Koala
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/events/233127904260361/
Venue name: 
Koala Farm
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Debut Sinister R EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philadelphia-based electronic project Sinister R recently self-released its debut EP Fear of Future. The recordings present subdued dance music, in the vein of UK garage and jungle. The tracks’ rhythms are more two-step than four-on-the-floor, occupying a sonic space whose samples and synths are interwoven gracefully throughout. Processed clips run through distortion and decay, airing out a positive repurposing of loss into something with direction and character. - Josh Kelly

   

Electronic

Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Ju-eh+ Hwarg
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/HeyJueh/?fref=pb&hc_location=profile_browser
Venue name: 
Abrons Arts Center
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