Teen Daze "Saviour"
We've posted a small handful of tunes from Canadian producer Teen Daze as of late, but this easily the most straightforward we've heard of his hazy, electronic pop tunes. Hell, you can even make out most of what dude is singing on "Saviour," as his soft voice reaches higher above the thick fog of melody floating over the top of this track. Even the production is a bit more pristine this time around; you can actually make out the shape of the bouncing bassline, the drum sounds have a high-enough frequency to stand apart from the rest of the production, and the layers of synths just sound a bit more crisp than before. If he follows the same trajectory, Teen Daze may eventually move himself from psuedo-chillwave territory into the realms harboring fellow '80s-philes like M83. (via Pitchfork)
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