01. Aurora Summer (0:00)
02. Out of The Blue (3:41)
03. Under Your Window (7:54)
04. Driving in My Car (11:19)
05. Topanga State of Mind (14:56)
06. Crash Pad (17:48)
07. King for a Day (22:07)
08. Time of Wandering (26:11)
09. Shouldnta Done That (30:30)
George Clanton ("the David Bowie of Vaporwave") and Nick Hexum from legendary band 311 release their first collaborative self-titled LP.
"It’s got a woozy, hard-slapping beat that makes me think an aurora summer must be similar to a deadbeat summer...It’s a vibe for sure." - Stereogum on "Aurora Summer"
"..Wavy... psychedelic and immersive as f**k. Sweet To the ears...surreal..." - The Needle Drop on "Aurora Summer"
"...Fusing elements of wonky electronica, ambient, shoegaze and acid house, Clanton’s production has seen him become an underground darling on the internet, but it’s this unlikely new collaborative tape with 311 singer Nick Hexum that might just prove to be his mainstream breakout moment." - MIXDOWN
“A breezy shot of aural sunshine.” - Stereogum on "Topanga State of Mind”
"Hexum’s signature staccato and fuzzy guitar melts into Clanton’s ethereal electronic backdrop to create the ultimate musical getaway." - Billboard on “Crash Pad”
“It’s a surprising collaboration, but it also makes sense.” - The FADER on “King For A Day”
"Way more awesome than anyone could’ve predicted." - Stereogum on “Out Of The Blue”
"Beautiful vaporwave number, featuring Hexum’s reverb-soaked vocals." - Uproxx on “Crash Pad”
“Sounds like the product of a totally mutual bond, Clanton finding inspiration in his muse and Hexum sounding reinvigorated by dipping his toes into an entirely new genre.” - Flood on “Under Your Window”
"Quality songwriting" - The Needle Drop on "Crash Pad" & "King For A Day"
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