BEST NEW MUSIC: ANIMAL FEELINGS - MILLIONS FEAT. MAMMALS
Animal Feelings featuring Mammals? What is this, the ZOO?! Hell, I mean “Millions” does belong in the zoo, that’s for sure. A song this good needs to be caged and observed for the rest of time, like how we protect endangered animals by keeping them in nature sanctuaries so they can breed and create fantastic new music babies together. 'Cause new songs like this are far more important than the White Rhino. I mean if you didn’t agree on some tiny, minuscule level you probably wouldn’t be listening to music on wearetheguard.com all day and would rather more likely be helping to save animals on wearetheguardiansofanimals.com, just saying…
The Brooklyn by way of Australia producer, Oli Chang, has got quite the track record of creating music that matters to us and now by the transitive property of music sharing, to you. Between his funky electro act Theatre of Disco and his ambient dream-pop project, High Highs Chang has got us hooked on dancing to every kind of tempo imaginable. Now, he’s back in the fray of dance music with a new project Animal Feelings, channeling some of those future vibes that his native country helped make so omnipresent, but with his own unique style of etherial dreaminess. This is *ONE TO WATCH OUT FOR* that’s fur sure.
ANIMAL FEELINGS - MILLIONS FEAT. MAMMALS
The ambient noise of this bliss out tune seems like it can be attributed to Mammals, and his deep deep deep deep deep sound (five deeps, wow!). But who knows what really goes into a collaboration, I mean we’re not there in the studio with these two guys throwing ideas back and forth, are we? Check out Mammals’ 2017 Chase Your Bliss EP for a delve into depths so deep it’s like you’re drowning but in your own emotions, and that’s totally fine because you just do that every day already. I want to see these two team up officially and start making music under the name Creature Comforts. Muchas gracias to Nathan Lewis for guest operatic vocals that add so much to this already beautiful track.
From deep within the murky depths of the Los Angeles River emerged a creature: 50% raver, 50% comedian, 10% Robotcop. Kurt Kroeber doesn’t own a dog, operates Soundbleed (the world’s only dance party comedy talk show rave), and is down to party with you. Come up some time and say “Hey dude!” But definitely make sure to casually drop the secret Illuminati password.