Slow Magic is music by your imaginary friend.


Fortune Howl is Bryce Linde.
Glitched out, flagrant, and insatiable are all apt descriptors. Synths and beats of various stripes are his tools, but one thing's for sure, this isn't music for the faint of heart or the overly cautious. Psychedelic in its hue, the emotional flow imparted is that of sensory overload. Beats drop, machinations repeat, and vocals arise in nooks and crannies. Everything from chimes & chains to keys & breaks, it all works. It's both ethereal and thunderous, and the balance between the two is euphoric. Storyteller rappers lead the listener through rhyme, in this case, the opposite occurs. Thematic sound clatters and dissipates, a journey unfolds; it's a sense of purposeful movement that makes these beats so pleasurable. Fortune Howl leans towards peaceful melodies and spastic percussion, revealing his sense of timing. It's all about building towards that moment when the horizon comes into view.

Young multi-instrumentalist Alex DeWahl is a musician and producer known as Marble. Creating atmospheres that fill the room, he distinguishes himself with textures of crisp glitched-out rhythms coupled with the soothing sounds of pleasant melodies. His experimental approach toward song-writing drives in a variety of influences that fall together in a style of his own; blurring the lines in electronic music. The use of DeWahl's acoustics and swelling vocals bring more life into the psychedelic-tinged character of that which is Marble. Pick up his debut EP, "house music" out on Relief in Abstract Records.


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