"Tame Impala - ""Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (Chrome Canyon De-mix)""
Tame Impala’s “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards,” off of their beloved album Lonerism, became a popular track to remix in 2012. In his new “de-mix,” futuristic electronic artist Chrome Canyon emphasizes ambient synth lines in an effort to make the track dreamier than the original (if that’s even possible). Download it below. More »
Last time out, Chrome Canyon’s Morgan Z directed and edited his video for “Memories Of A Scientist,” in which he played a mad scientist plumbing the depths of his sanity to create a keyboard-pop to save the world. Here on the slowcomotive synth-epic “Pluze,” Z turns over the directorial reins to Jennifer Juniper Stratford, who… More »
Sci-fi keyboard funk artist Chrome Canyons add a little speed and bounce to Passion Pit’s “Constant Conversations” for their remix of the track. Also, they pitch up Michael Angelakos’s vocals up a great deal, so the track exudes a total Alvin & The Chipmunks vibe. Too soon for a reboot? Hear the track below. More »
The former Apes & Androids synth wizard Morgan Z now records sci-fi keyboard-funk as Chrome Canyon, and he released his debut album Elemental Themes last month. Now, fellow restless production mind Matthewdavid, a staple of L.A.’s bass music underground, has remixed his track “Memories Of A Scientist,” pushing it even further into abstract territory. Download… More »
Morgan Z brought a triple-decker synth rig to the defunct futuristic glam-pop outfit Apes & Androids before striking out on his own as Chrome Canyon. We’ve heard “Generations,” which served to announce the project’s signing to Stones Throw, and Z’s following that with a self-directed/edited clip for the whimsical MS-DOS-era sci-fi synth-funk of “Memories Of… More »
Chrome Canyon is the Brooklyn-based project of Morgan Z, formerly of Apes & Androids, a synthesizer-fixated artist whose work takes theremin and Vangelis and Moroder and pumps them into a pulsing, widescreen, retro-futuristic electro mesh. After a series of remixes and live shows, Z’s Chrome Canyon project announces a deal with Peanut Butter Wolf’s Stone… More »