Chicago based Axons has recently released a followup to Inter Vivos. This time around we’re seeing a little more chip tune influence and we definitely dig that. Unmanageable is full of minimalistic beats and chilled vocals so be sure to grab the album as it’s available at a name your price option!
Axons (Adele Nicholas) has been creating electro indie songs for some time now. Her latest release, Inter Vivos, features ethereal vocals paired with catchy synthesizer lines and drum loops. The five song EP is currently available at a name your price option so be sure to pick it up. If you’re in the Chicago area, be sure to check out Axons live; featuring Nicholas playing guitar, keys, and various other bleeps and bloops.
In need of some fun music? Look no further than Daniel Anderson’s electro project Glowbug. On top of it being perfect for summertime, Daniel has an altruistic take on how his music should be purchased; making it available for free and preferring payment be made in donations to cancer research. Check out the blurb below, donate if you can, and spread the word!
We usually find most of our artists through Bandcamp. It’s our preferred method to support musicians across the globe. But thats not how we found Toronto based duo, Prince Innocence. Our favorite video site, Vimeo dropped their track Golden Hour right in front of our eyeballs. The video is a blend of sedated movements, 90s neon and pizza. The whole EP is worth a listen and is perfect for those who love synthy sounds.
Dreamy down-tempo electronic music based out of Brooklyn. Frustrator’s album, Anther paints on a minimalistic canvas that has just enough layers to keep it interesting but doesn’t overly complicate the soundscape. It’s a carefully put together sound that fans of Bon Iver and Thom Yorke will likely enjoy.