Neon Indian - "Sleep Paralysist"

Over the past few months, Alan Palomo, aka Neon Indian (et VEGA), went from the bedroom to Late Night television. Now he’s also passed through Chris Taylor’s Brooklyn-based Terrible Studios: Palomo wrote and recorded “Sleep Paralysist,” his first new post-Psychic Chasms track, and received mixing/mastering help from the Grizzly Bear. He’s described Neon Indian’s sound as “Childhood re-contextualized through a psychedelic, lo-fi filter. The idea of memory before you were old enough to have memories.” This sun-dappled simplicity remains on “Sleep Paralysist,” even with the additional hands, though you do get a nighttime vibe creeping into the dance party. Then, it might just be the sound of space travel. The single’s released by Mountain Dew’s Green Label Sound, and is here for a listen:


Download it over at greenlabelsound.com. To celebrate the single, GLS has thrown together a tidy looking party for SXSW:

Green Label Sound SXSW

Comments (6)
  1. I have listened to this song so many times in the past 24 hrs

  2. Feel like I just took a cosmic mountain dew bath. Awesome. I like post-chasms Palomo.

  3. this is pretty sweet. mountain dew is gross though.

  4. As I just twitted… it only took me a couple of listens for me to love this track. Yeah… that’s pretty incredible. Between the new MGMT, Neon Indian, LCD Soundsystem and the new M.I.A. later in the summer, it seems as though it’ll be a year full of electro-groovy sounds!!

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