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Working out of New York and previously a vital cog of Denver’s early 2000s hip hop machinery, Deca is a gestalt rapper, producer and visual artist with a dedicated global following. Since his debut album ‘The Veil’ in 2011, Deca’s released six more long players including the acclaimed ‘The Ocean’ in 2013, which brought him to wider attention.
"The minimalistic yet carefully layered production taps into a hazy, warm vibe that comforts right from the first notes of guitars and synths."
"'Alive' is a perfect example of how the world works, it’s not all black and white, and there can be fun in boring and artificial suburbs."
"A lo-fi indie pop tune packed with clean, dreamy guitar riffs and hazy vocals."
"Similarly to his past sunshine-drenched releases, 'Alive' is a warm, synth-driven pop-rock tune that’s ultimately feel-good and summery by nature."
"‘Alive’ is practically dripping with melancholy in spite of its breezy, feather-light sound."
- Backseat Mafia
"A fresh lofi / DIY masterpiece"
- Indie Tapes
Nov 18, 2021
- American Songwriter
"The entrancing song barely reaches one minute in length, but its beauty stretches far beyond"
- Cool Hunting
"Revolves around beautiful harmonies and a stripped back guitar line"
"Infused with originality and charm, the track gives us a glimpse of the cozy, intimate vibes that transform the classic Coldplay record into something more comforting and atmospheric."
You may hear the shoegaze-inspired "Hang in Pieces" on the platform of your choice.
Nov 16, 2021
“Dusty and mournful and Webber’s voice quivers as she reflects on the passage of time"
"A VU thrum underpins its multi-layered, darkly folky arrangement and rolling groove"
“... the kind of haunting loner folk that’ll likely hit fans of Leonard Cohen, Sibylle Baier or Angel Olsen, but Ashley’s got a bigger voice than these kinds of artists usually do"
– Brooklyn Vegan
"'Strom' incorporates amorphous drones throughout, sprinkled with analogue synths to emulate a composition of spontaneity and surprise."
"While the pair point to 1970’s German experimental music such as Cluster, and the pioneering minimalist composer Moondog as touchstones; fans of Brian Eno’s most ambient works will find The Furniture’s musical offerings cinematically enthralling."
"A meditative 5-minute piece that straddles the line between ambient and post-rock"
- Backseat Mafia
"Dark, moody instrumental works, heavy on cinematic atmosphere"
- Brooklyn Vegan
"It’s music borne of a hard won, deeply felt understanding of each other. It’s together that their sound becomes something truly special, after all, with Matthew Pierce’s synth-work and textures – which would likely venture into pure ambient on their own – perfectly complemented by Matthew Kuhl’s assured, propulsive drumming. It’s the perfect combination."
- Beats Per Minute
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"It’s a characteristically lush offering, with hints of San Fermin’s expansive string-backed chamber pop soundscapes set against Jenn Wasner’s ethereal vocals and some warm synth melodies."
- Under the Radar
"Lush, with an emphasis on both harmony and rhythm."
- Brooklyn Vegan
"San Fermin always has a way with creating songs that take you away to somewhere magical. 'My First Life' accomplishes just that."
- The Revue
"The song’s output stays on point until the end and the song stands for itself in the ether."
- Closed Captioned