Posts Tagged ‘Favela’

May 9, 2018
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With a sigh and a smile, I sink into FAVELA’s breathtaking new song, Call My Name. The UK singer songwriter and producer has constructed a fleecy bed of sheer diaphanous indietronica, over which his voice gusts softly and gently, straight towards the tender-most regions of our hearts. Misty melancholia abounds and sunset nostalgia flourishes as we find ourselves picturing a beautiful sky at dusk. The past seems to be fading into the distance, yet it still echoes through our souls and accompanies us into the night. A caressing beat and Call My Name’s organic electronica, combined with FAVELA’s silky cooing, are like Tep No and Aquilo conjoined. Call My Name, which can be found on Apple Music, here, is a taste from FAVELA’s forthcoming debut full length. 

June 16, 2017
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I find myself lost in the rising and ebbing tides of Favela’s music once again as the rising UK producer brings us English Letters, the second single and title track from an upcoming EP. English Letters follows on lead single Nevermore My Temples Leave, whose atmopsheric billowing, supple stirring indie electronica made quite an imprint on major tastemakers earlier this month. We’ve been following along with the Leeds’ based talent for the past two years, and we fall for him anew as he provides us with silky haunting, lush swelling electronica on English Letters and serenades us with his satin voice. We’ll be waiting for that new EP, which we hope will be arriving sooner than later.

May 29, 2017
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A meditative state of mind washes over me as we dive into the latest from UK producer Favela. Nevermore My Temples Leave’s gently affecting indie electronica re-introduces us to the gifted musician’s pensive and introspective soundscapes. The song’s supple acoustics and atmospheric billowing synths combine for an effect both panoramic sprawling and tenderly intimate. Nevermore My Temples Leave, which Favela wrote, produced, and mixed, is available via iTunes, here.

May 14, 2015
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I knew I was in for a dreamy journey of deep introspection and entrancing sound vistas when I encountered a new Favela song. Sure enough, Future Visions is a relaxing yet ruminative alt electronic offering. Its a gracefully weightless and floaty gem and the first taste off the 22 year old UK producer’s coming EP. Favela will be releasing that three track EP on June 29th via Transgressive Records.

December 30, 2014
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Favela’s new song Gong is a pensive and introspective gem, carrying plenty of folk flavored harp strings and gentle electronic beats. There’s a dream folk atmosphere to the song that gives it a weightless, gliding quality. Both intimate and cosmic, Gong is an exquisite experience. If you’re new to the English producer’s beautiful, affecting music, stream earlier ambient gem Easy Yoke below. Hopefully, Gong marks more new music coming our way in 2015.

January 7, 2014
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I literally just stumbled upon Favela., a young producer from England, in between sequenced posts, thanks to a random stream while I was on SoundCloud. He fits in well after my previous share (Francis Lung), so why not go on a tangent and share his recent beautiful, glitchy, experimental electronic pop song Easy Yoke? The memorable, catchy chorus reminds me of acts like Bastille or The Kite String Tangle, but the production falls heavily in hazy, chillwavey, electronic territory. The song has its skittery moments, its soaring violin moments, and countless other fantastic elements blended together in succession, resulting in a brilliant, captivating listen. Easy Yoke was the second Favela. song I listened to, the first being the majestic, dreamy, and thick Pyor. It’s also an incredible journey of a track. Please check it out below.

January 7, 2014
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I literally just stumbled upon Favela., a young producer from England, in between sequenced posts, thanks to a random stream while I was on SoundCloud. He fits in well after my previous share (Francis Lung), so why not go on a tangent and share his recent beautiful, glitchy, experimental electronic pop song Easy Yoke? The memorable, catchy chorus reminds me of acts like Bastille or The Kite String Tangle, but the production falls heavily in hazy, chillwavey, electronic territory. The song has its skittery moments, its soaring violin moments, and countless other fantastic elements blended together in succession, resulting in a brilliant, captivating listen. Easy Yoke was the second Favela. song I listened to, the first being the majestic, dreamy, and thick Pyor. It’s also an incredible journey of a track. Please check it out below.