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[Free MP3] Neon Indian - Fallout

Neon Indian is Alan Palomo a 22 year old Texan who released his debut record Psychic Chasms in 2009. Palomo describes his music as, "Childhood re-contextualized through a psychedelic, lo-filter. The idea of memory before you were old enough to have memories." Who doesn't want to be a part of that? Neon Indian's sophomore release Era Extrana drops September 13th. Palomo's father enjoyed some success as a recording artist in Mexico. Although he was brought up around music, Palomo didn't learn how to play an instrument until he was in high school. Then he found a synth at a pawn shop that inspired him to experiment with an old Casio Rapman. He ran it through distortion pedals looping drum beats and more to come up with much of the Neon Indian sound we hear today. Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste is a huge fan of Palomo. In fact, Neon Indian has done a couple of remixes for Grizzly Bear in the past. Fallout is the the first single from the upcoming release. You can stream it here, or grab a free download in exchange for your email address below.


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