Loops & Loops just keeps releasing solid shit. Peter Bogolub’s newest single “Diamond Life” changes it up from his usual vocal singles with flavors of 80’s synth-pop and electronica.
For those of you who haven’t read any of the previous Loops & Loops write-ups, Loops & Loops makes two things primarily; Shoegaze/indie-pop singles, and deep ambient albums. I like them both. What I like about this single is that it feels like he draws the two a little bit closer, infusing his indie pop with warm, and almost chip-tune-esque synth. I really enjoy the vocal delivery on this one as well, with spacey, distant production and a pop-punk style delivery.
Loops & Loops newest single “Diamond Life” definitely reaps the rewards of all the years of experience and talent Loops & Loops has sewn, and I’d certainly recommend giving this one a listen.
What’s happening party people, it’s time for a little bit of shameless self promotion! I want to tell y’all real quick why you should give SUN a listen, and why you should be excited for DIRT, by Justin HK, coming out November 17.
SUN is a spacey bedroom noise lo-fi indie post-rock eclectic explosion of an album. I believe it truly has something to offer to everyone; the extended vibey solo’s of “SUN,” the dreamy indie pop “EFFECT,” or the explosive electronica of “Basic Astrology For Astronauts” SUN is full of purple space flavor.
SUN is available wherever you listen, but you can support me most directly on bandcamp.
DIRT is a lot easier to explain (Justin H.K.’s) DIRT, coming to wherever you listen November 17, is a stripped down collection of some of my best songs, as well as a few new ones. With just a guitar and my off-kilter alt-country tunes, DIRT is as grounded as SUN is in the stars. You can pre-save here to makes you sure you hear the dirt.