Mindchatter’s been unloading tracks off of his new EP since June. Now, the full package is out on ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective!
When music seekers press play on a Mindchatter track, they get to indulge in eccentric vocal stylings and feelgood melodies. It’s no wonder that the New York artist has been scooped up for collabs by scene cool cats like Walker & Royce and Kyle Watson while also earning praise from Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. This summer, the live electronic duo ODESZA have jumped on board, signing his EP Spiritual Puberty to their Foreign Family Collective imprint.
It all started with the arrival of the first track back in June called “Growing Pains,” a peppy offering that tickles the senses and signals the creative growth bubbling up from Mindchatter’s spirit. Fans would have to hold out until August for the next tune, but the wait was worth it. “Day Dreams” is chock full of vibey vocals and carefree melodies, perfect for a day-to-day pick-me-up. “Pull Me Back” would round out the preview, and unlike its title, Mindchatter poured every ounce of himself into perfecting the oral distortions.
Today, Spiritual Puberty matures with three more tracks to add to your collection. The first offering is “Misunderstood.” The character of this track is best described as soft and quirky, and the little details bring a smile to the face while the feet tap gleefully to the tempo. “Tree Rings” is another treat to drop out of the speakers, and the sexy, smooth rhythm inspires the hips to dip and groove in response. Finally, “Phlegm” taps into a psychedelic state of mind through its lyrics and eases the body with its comforting guitar expressions. All in all, Spiritual Puberty has pushed Mindchatter’s imagination to shine brighter than the sun, and we get to bask in his warm rays.
Stream Mindchatter – Spiritual Puberty on Spotify:
Mindchatter – Spiritual Puberty – Tracklist:
- Growing Pains
- Day Dreams
- Pull Me Back
- Tree Rings