Posts Tagged ‘Promises Ltd.’

November 10, 2016

As you should know by now, Promises Ltd. has been one of my current favorite new projects. Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin linked up with Miniature Tigers’ Charlie Brand to give us one of the best debut EPs of the year, an eponymous four track record that includes chill disco and analog synthwave charmer, American Eyes. Today, the lilting track gets a rippling sleek, lavish lurching indie dance remix by Chicago based duo Gilligan Moss, and it succeeds at lifting me from election results induced sullen grief to colossal heights of ecstasy. Gilligan Moss’ remix whisks me right off my feet with its rhythmic exuberant percussion and warm glimmering glow. If you’ve yet to check out Promises Ltd.’s self titled EP, stream on Soundcloud.

October 17, 2016

Promises Ltd., that project I love which was created by Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Miniature Tigers’ Charlie Brand, gave me what might be my favorite EP of the year when they released their eponymous debut over the summer. While I still can’t get enough of the four track record, I’m also falling hard for a genius remix that has surfaced for opening track, Days Of Lavender. Kentucky’s AMTRAC takes us on a spacey pensive journey of voluminous introspection with his gorgeous house remix, one whose chillwave ambiance reaches Tycho like heights of reverie inducing pristine beauty. The remix can be purchased from various outlets, here. You can stream the original and Promises Ltd.’s full debut EP on Soundcloud.

August 30, 2016

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August 28, 2016

I still remember how blown away by Days Of Lavender I was when Promises Ltd. revealed that debut over a month prior as the project’s first song. I promptly featured the spacey mesmeric, psychedelic entrancing tune on IHM and splashed it across my own personal socials, too. In case you need a refresher, Promises Ltd. is a new project created by Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Miniature Tigers’ Charlie Brand. On Friday, the duo revealed their self titled EP. Apart from Days Of Lavender and previously praised American Eyes, it includes two new dashing tunes, including Crystal Showers and this synth splendorous jam, Another Time. This sleek propulsive fusion of florescent pulsing synthpop and dreamy indie electronica only adds to my conviction that this is one of the year’s best new projects. Stream Promises Ltd.’s debut EP in full on Soundcloud and purchase from iTunes.

August 10, 2016

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August 9, 2016

I was so taken by Promises Ltd.’s debut song Days Of Lavender a month ago that I giddily shared it with endless excitement on my own personal social media. Not only is it music to my ears that Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Miniature Tigers’ Charlie Brand have united to launch a new project, but they’ve proven themselves a dynamic duo with that florescent psychedelic single, which went on to hit the top 10 on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart. The duo prove more than fruitful on their second song, American Eyes, a mellifluous lilting indietronica taste from their forthcoming self titled debut EP. Promises Ltd. goes fleecy dreamy on the airy, cottony delight as they blend chill disco with analog synthwave. Promises Ltd.’s debut EP will be out August 26th via Majestic Casual. Pre-order, here.

July 13, 2016

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July 11, 2016

The florescent psychedelic vibes are strong on Days Of Lavender, an epic electronic debut from Promises Ltd. This new project is the union of Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Miniature Tigers’ Charlie Brand. Their eponymous debut EP will be released on August 19th via Majestic Casual Records. I have a feeling it’s going to be a stupendous listen after falling in love with Days Of Lavender. The 70′s go Daft Punk French house, Chromatics italo disco, Caribou sonorous, and Jagwar Ma acidic on this splendorous and spacey jam. Days Of Lavender can be purchased from various outlets, here.