You may remember Pseudo Color (aka Keron Robinson of Kennesaw, GA) from last year’s Halloween comp, and now he’s back with a new EP, The Future Was Then, which we’ll be releasing on September 9th.
Keron uses his music as a space for confession and self-therapy, and the result is catchy, noisy bedroom pop. These five songs (and cassette exclusive sound collage) are connected by “the realization that nothing really changes,” which can be heard in the layers of repetition he builds and destroys.
Pre-orders start September 2nd and are limited to 25 translucent blue cassettes. Check out the first track “Joliet (Loud)” below:
The Future Was Then:
1. Joliet (Loud)
3. July 7
5. Joliet (Quiet)
6. Sound (Mar-Apr ‘14) (cassette only)