Listen: Chrome Sparks - Moonraker
The Brooklyn-based F.C signee grants us the first release off his upcoming Parallelism EP.
Chrome Sparks (Jeremy Malvin) is well known in electronic circles as a forward thinking and very precise producer. This probably has a lot to do with his musical background embedded in classical percussion. The world really hasn’t heard much from the American since the release of his highly acclaimed Goddess EP in the middle of last year. It’s my pleasure to announce that Jeremy has returned with fresh material in the form of Moonraker. Moonraker is the first track off his approaching EP Parallelism, set for release on the 13th of November via Future Classic.
Sticking to his guns, the composition is dominated by distorted glitchy beats, rising modular synthesizers and hauntingly sweet vocal snatches. What’s super interesting is that Malvin has even embedded bird cries recorded at the peak of Macchu Picchu into the music bed. Talk about organic beat making! Listen in, because this is a clinic in down-tempo beat construction. Appropriately titled, the track inspires an authentic planetary atmosphere. I feel as though I’m coasting over the surface of a far off world, taking in the marvel of everything around me.
We all know Chrome Sparks has serious talent, you only need to look at the success of Marijuana (snared top spot on Hype Machine) and his flip of Flume’s and Chet’s Left Alone. With an EP taste tester like Moonraker the scene is set for a very impressive back end to 2015 for Mr. Malvin!
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