plus special guests
@ Heaven, 9 The Arches Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
Wednesday 16th November, 7pm
Neon Indian is the work of Alan Palomo, a young synth-wizard who first created waves as VEGA. After writing a batch of off-the-cuff recordings that weren't quite right as VEGA songs, Palomo released them as Neon Indian and what started as a careless outlet for ideas too offbeat to fit the VEGA mold has since gone on to pioneer a genre with the likes of Washed Out and Toro Y Moi all turning people onto their blissed out electronic sounds of the summer. Neon Indian's sound is as Palomo describes it, "Childhood re-contextualized through a psychedelic, lo-fi filter. The idea of memory before you were old enough to have memories." Psychic Chasms intentionally captures the sound of records stored in sunlight and played to the breaking point.
"applying warp factor suncream to soft rock, synthpop and disco with a liberal dose of chutzpah and charm" NME
"Beneath the hazy sonics from this bedroom electro-pop project are well- structured and highly addictive songs" Pitchfork
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