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INTERVIEW AND PREMIERE: DAYSEE
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For the past eight months, Daysee has been excreting trippy tunes from their analog recording studio in Palatine, Illinois. The studio is owned and run by duo Nick Van Horn and Erich Schuh, who needed a space to record their work; a shoegaze hallucination of noise inspired by an eclectic mix of musicians including the Beatles, Swervedriver, Kendrick Lamar, and Slowdive. Shoegaze: a subgenre of alternative rock and neo-psychedelia that originated in the United Kingdom in the 1980’s is composed of distortion of noise especially with guitar, obscure vocals, and an indistinguishable melange of sound. The music of Daysee, like...