Hailing from Bergen, Norway, 18-year-old Peder Niilas, known as Niilas on stage, sounds like an experienced producer despite his youth. In his new single, “Ocelote,” he melds together soaring sounds reaching a gentle crest. “Ocelote” feels like you’ve walked into a calming zen garden of progressive trance. Niilas creates saccharine dance driven beats that slowly trickle down into each successive phrase. Listen below.
Lana Del Rey’s third studio album Honeymoon is almost here, and today the crew at Beats 1 and Apple premiered one of the tracks she’s consistently tipped as her favorite, “Music To Watch Boys To.” Of course, the song has surfaced on the internet, and Del Rey was right, it’s a doozy. We previously heard […]
“Mean Green” initiates with the kind of hollow drumbeat that takes you back to spontaneous band practices in a high school friend’s garage. The song sculpts a convex, echoing sound that hints at greater things to come, its simplicity stifled by a sense of anticipation. The Grand Rapids psych trio Heaters refuse to fit into […]