Posts Tagged ‘New Shack’

March 23, 2018

We called New Shack one of our favorite new finds earlier this year when we encountered the synthwave duo’s single Ways and Means. The singer songwriter and production pair from Utah re-enforces that love at first sight, er, listen, by dousing us with more of their warped, wonky synths and cool, honeyed vocals on whimsical and glossy new treat, Cherry. A chilled out Sleigh Bells vibe meets a dreamy crisp, synth bustling School Of Seven Bells sound on the deliciously intoxicating tune. Cherry is a taste from New Shack’s fourth EP, arriving soon this year. You can snag the single from iTunes, here.

January 18, 2018

One of my favorite new finds today is New Shack, a synthwave duo who hails from Provo, Utah. They just dropped a music video for their single Ways and Means, and its glassy glimmering, glossy spinning retro-styled synthscape is utterly irresistible, dissonance, distortion, and all. Ways and Means also comes with a nifty lo-fi music video. The single is out now via Little Assembly. As we’re new to New Shack, we had to delve deeper into their portfolio. I found myself blissfully entranced by prior single Inside Out, too. Watch the video for the crisp synthpop, indietronica, and synthwave chimera below, and let Cat Leavy and Eric Robertson further enchant you with their willowy, lissome vocals and vintage synths.