Needle Drop: Corbu, “Polygon Forest”

Brooklynite Jonathan Graves, aka Corbu, invites you into his Crayola dream.

“Polygon Forest” is a perfect name for the kind of neo-psych synth pop this New York outfit is capable of. Their outlandish imagery is part and parcel with the visual nature of the group who have included a coloring book in the liner notes of their newest LP, Crayon Soul.

To add to the psychedelic haze, Corbou recruited acid rock stereophile Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Tame Impala, MGMT) to mix the band’s self-produced 12 song set. The resulting recordings are arresting in their innovative soundscapes while remaining dreamlike, as to induce feelings of stoned exploration. Their new self-titled album is slated for release in early August.

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