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Psychic Chasms

Neon Indian

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Neon Indian’s  Psychic Chasms is the full-length debut by Brooklyn’s Alan Palomo, originally released in 2009 and re-issued in June of 2010. The dayglo-drenched, retro-inspired, synth-pop outing was an indie hit, and helped ferment the “chill wave” sound that developed in 2009. A bright but loose, lo-fi record, Psychic Chasms strikes a balance between snappy electro-pop and lazy, daydream fun; tracks like “Terminally Chill” and “Local Joke” are airy and a little hazy, and tunes like “Mind, Drips” and “Should Have Taken Acid With You” have a more expansive, psychedelic vibe.  “6669” hints at Krautrock roots, and one of the star tracks, “Deadbeat Summer,” seems made for its seasonal namesake: warbly, endearing synth lines weave in and out of a mid-tempo rhythm perfect for dancing in the heat of July. Palomo’s voice is easy and relaxing, and the enticing charms of Psychic Chasms have a remarkably long shelf life, allowing the reissue to garner as much interest as the original. Psychic Chasms is a very nice first move; nothing like a little pressure for the follow-up!

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Formed: Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The blurry electronic pop project of an initially anonymous composer from Brooklyn and video artist from Austin, Texas, Neon Indian was conceived as a multimedia experience combining their music and video into short films, teasers, and straight-up pop songs. Though Neon Indian released the No Way Down EP in 2008, the buzz around the pair didn't really start until spring 2009, when the songs "Should've Taken Acid with You" and "6699 (I Don't Know if You Know)" were posted and praised by indie blogs....
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