HOME – Pyxis

“Pyxis” is made up of retrospective synth melodies (that harken to old-school M83) which repeat over and over and over, somehow sounding fresh every time, and some classic french house. It makes me want to air drum. And and since no one can see me air drum while I type…
Boom SLAM Boom SLAM Boom SLAM Boom SLAM
tic tic tic tic tic tic tictic tic tic tic tic tic tic tic tic tictic tic 
That’s me air drumming along to the Tycho-esque beat that drives this energetic electronic instrumental. These sounds are dark, fresh, and breezy.

Beets Tip: enjoy with a side of evening retrospection or a new adventure. And when you’re done, try some cold water sipped from an empty beer bottle that you filled with water and put in the fridge for later.

TBT: Trivial Shields – “Amerikan”

Trivial Shields investigates darker subject matters and somehow makes it seem like a great idea to dance about it. His music is a friend who gets the sh*t you’re going through, listens, doesn’t brush anything under the rug, and then gets you to dance the angst away.

Sounds like: catchy pitch-shifted vocals, infectious backbeat, and sparkling arpeggiated-synths

Beets Tip: enjoy with a side of backpacking through Europe