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Vinyl LP pressing. Hallway Waverider is Mikko Singh's second album for Morr Music under his Haleiwa moniker. Blending the washed-out aesthetics of dream pop with a lo-fi take on modern psychedelia, it is a fuzzy record in more than one sense. The ten songs see the multi-instrumentalist explore the sonic idiosyncrasies of analogue recording equipment while also expressing a self-assured statement by a musician who has carved out a niche for himself and feels perfectly at home in it. "This record is like me telling my teenage self that I am OK," says Singh. "Back then, I was recording my song ideas on cassette players but held the belief that music should be recorded in an expensive studio with expensive gear in order to be real." As it turns out however, Singh had been right from the start, having come full circle as an established artist some twenty years later.
Vinyl LP pressing. Hallway Waverider is Mikko Singh's second album for Morr Music under his Haleiwa moniker. Blending the washed-out aesthetics of dream pop with a lo-fi take on modern psychedelia, it is a fuzzy record in more than one sense. The ten songs see the multi-instrumentalist explore the sonic idiosyncrasies of analogue recording equipment while also expressing a self-assured statement by a musician who has carved out a niche for himself and feels perfectly at home in it. "This record is like me telling my teenage self that I am OK," says Singh. "Back then, I was recording my song ideas on cassette players but held the belief that music should be recorded in an expensive studio with expensive gear in order to be real." As it turns out however, Singh had been right from the start, having come full circle as an established artist some twenty years later.
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Vinyl LP pressing. Hallway Waverider is Mikko Singh's second album for Morr Music under his Haleiwa moniker. Blending the washed-out aesthetics of dream pop with a lo-fi take on modern psychedelia, it is a fuzzy record in more than one sense. The ten songs see the multi-instrumentalist explore the sonic idiosyncrasies of analogue recording equipment while also expressing a self-assured statement by a musician who has carved out a niche for himself and feels perfectly at home in it. "This record is like me telling my teenage self that I am OK," says Singh. "Back then, I was recording my song ideas on cassette players but held the belief that music should be recorded in an expensive studio with expensive gear in order to be real." As it turns out however, Singh had been right from the start, having come full circle as an established artist some twenty years later.
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