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déCollage x Naytronix Release New Single “U.R.theoneichoose”

January 14, 2020

déCollage x Naytronix Release New Single “U.R.theoneichoose”

Out Now Via MoonBot (BotCave Records and Moon Magnet)

What better way to embrace a new year, a new month and a new decade with some far-out soundscapes curated by a bold partnership of creative musicians. déCollage and Naytronix recently joined forces to collaborate and the outcome is simply magnetic.

Nate Brenner (tUnE-yArDs bassist, Botcave Records co-founder and talent of Naytronix) is no stranger to the site- we’ve covered his releases since 2011 and had the chance to see the artist in his live environment- this musician continues to engage all in any direction he turns to. Nate’s latest offering comes from his pairing with Denver-based experimental group déCollage.  déCollage are described as a kaleidoscopic avant-pop band creating space for imagination and together they’ve worked on new material which will leave you in awe.

Released in collaboration, ‘U.R.theoneichoose’ is described as sonic nourishment for the heart, head and hips.

Their projection plays on the avant-pop, essences of krautrock, electropop and rich in psychedelia. The new single, clocking in just under 4minutes is a highly melodic, extremely alluring orchestration. Fusing the various genres mentioned above, the single is a celebration of sound and artistry beyond the comprehensive range. 

The delectable instrumentation shapes the single with it’s sweeping analog pitches and harmonious vocals providing additional texture. In it’s entirety the new release hooks you, it’s fun, vibrant and courageously captivating.

The collaborators’ first single was released January 7th on MoonBot Records: the blending of BotCave Records, and Moon Magnet, déCollage’s own label.

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