Tag Archives: Moses Sumney

Divus Julius presents: Sylvan Esso

The combination of Amelia Meath’s vocals, with layers of homely melodies carrying vivid tales of real world people and emotions, and Nick Sanborn’s experimental mix of high-energy dance beats and lo-fi production mean Sylvan Esso create a familiar world unlike anything else.

There’s something in the way Sylvan Esso craft their music, weaving folksy melodies and acoustic instruments with synths and 808s, that feels like exactly what pop music should be: punchy and pure. With their new album ‘Free Love’ arriving on 25th September, Sylvan Esso are sharing new track ‘Frequency’, alongside a video directed and styled byMoses Sumney.

Music by Bergman: Moses Sumney

With a life spanning southern California and Ghana, it’s no wonder that Moses Sumney’s music amounts to a totally unclassifiable product while rising above as an act of resistance in itself. His unmistakable and singular falsetto, which he uses as another instrument in the mix, serves him to probe his orchestral and deeply experimental indie rock. This very 2020 he released Cut Me, an EP comprising 4 deeply intimate songs about how to avoid romantic love at all cost and that position him as a new ilk of avant-garde pop star. Some days ago he released his double album grae.

Ville à Dômat #166: “Indie Is Not A Genre”

Tornem un dilluns més amb la millor i més actual música del moment. Ens farem ressò del retorn dels Gorillaz, Spoon i Arcade Fire. Seguirem repassant el disc de The xx i us descobrirem a Zuzu, Cherry Glazerr, The Magic Gang i Abra entre d’altes. També estrenarem el més nou de CocoRosie, Dirty Projectors o Ten Fé. Divus Julius Bonasera entrevistarà a la gent d’ Artig Gallery, la galeria pionera amb art online. El mestre Bergman analiztarà el més nou de Foxygen i The Proper Ornaments. A més, parlarem de la pel·lícula del moment: La La Land
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Ville à Dômat: Indie Is Not A Genre