Chrome Sparks Entrances Hype Hotel With Magnetic Synths
    • TUESDAY, JULY 09, 2013

    • Posted by: David Spelman

    Jeremy Malvin, a former University of Michigan student and current Brooklyn resident, makes fascinating percussion-backed synthesizer tracks under the name Chrome Sparks. Malvin, whose background in classical percussion clearly shines through, plays everything from tambourine to shakers to electric piano, even throwing in the occasional vocal loop.

    Chrome Sparks took the stage with help from two friends, mesmerizing the audience at Hype Hotel in Austin with a live performance of cuts from his innovative first EP, Sparks. Check out our 30-minute concert capture from The Syndicate's Conflict of Interest party, featuring some songs that will make you lose yourself in their dreamy and ethereal nature, and other more upbeat tunes which call upon a full drum set and dueling mallet percussion to add that extra something to the pulsating beat.


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