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Gibberish

Los Angeles, CA | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Los Angeles, CA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Alternative Dream Pop

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"Gibberish - "Colonies""

Based out of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Gibberish is the project of Derek and Lorie Bromley. The duo creates an otherworldy vein of psych-pop that features swirling textures and mysteriously infectious melodies. Their wonderful new track “Colonies” is led by soulful vocals reminiscent of Cass McCombs, which intertwine with a ghostly assortment of booming bass, a faint synth pad, and clacking minimalist percussion; it creates an immediately engaging appeal that is dripping with quality atmospherics. The colorfully unpredictable video adds nicely to this allure. The percussive additions around 02:25 signal an oncoming transition, and what occurs – the beautiful effervescent sun-lit guitars – is fantastic. I’m hearing hints of both Animal Collective and Radiohead, enjoyably enough. Suffice to say, this is a particularly brilliant moment on an altogether brilliant track.

“Colonies” is one of many excellent tracks off the band’s new album, Winter Coat: - Obscure Sound


"What's so good?"

Here's a fresh new experimental psych rock track to add to your collection.

Gibberish's "Colonies" is soaked in layers of electronic simplicities that, when combined, create an entirely new and mathematical design and sound. As each effect do a delicate dance with each other, the reverberated vocals float on top, lending a slower and more relaxed sound. The contrast between vocals and instrumentals is the perfect recipe for a psych pop anthem.

I never thought I'd say this, but now it holds a different meaning: More Gibberish, please! - Indie Shuffle


"Gibberish - Winter Coat"

Folk (in a sense) meets Atlas Sound in Gibberish’s first release, Winter Coat. Hints of Animal Collective can be unearthed to boot, with an encompassing psychedelic atmosphere. Loops play heavy in the same way that Atlas Sound’s Logos did and it works really well for the conventional vocals that Gibberish layers through the sound. “Memo” is probably the best example of this comparison as the vocals are even similar to Bradford Cox’s. With an album so packed with different layers and sounds, Gibberish keeps the listen slow as Winter Coat rounds out to just around 45 minutes.

Give a listen to, “Tiptoe Slowtrain” for the full effect, also check out, “Memo”. - Passwords2tracks


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