Foreign Family Collective’s Mild Minds delivers ‘Swim’ EP

Admittedly because the demise of Soundcloud and the rise on Spotify, I’ve misplaced my crate digger contact. Finding new acts or information looks like a far gone pastime; caught in an abyss of algorithmically pre-determined playlists. That was till final week when started to dabble again into my Soundcloud, leaping by means of forgotten password hoops and all. I got here throughout Mild Minds, a model new addition to ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective.

The three-song EP, titled SWIM, is a lo-fi dance masterwork led by an infectious title monitor with tasteful sensibilities which have already propelled his sound to the levels of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Sydney.

Written between Joshua Tree and Lake Arrowhead, the EP marks the primary style of Mild Minds’ solo materials after serving because the artistic pressure behind a number of profitable tasks. As he explains, “I needed to do one thing that was fully ‘me’ in that second. After getting used to working with songs that had elaborate visions over lengthy intervals of time, it was good to make music merely because it got here out. Without overthinking it, with out pausing or questioning the method like I used to be used to.” In the meantime, Mild Minds is placing the ending touches on his forthcoming debut LP – extra info on that sooner or later.

SWIM is out now.