Albums | ALIGN Drops “Second Thoughts” via Lowly Palace

Posted by on March 9, 2020

In his first offering of 2020, Chicago-based ALIGN follows up his lush debut EP Intertwine with an effervescent new single, “Second Thoughts” ft. Becca Krueger. “Second Thoughts” is out now on Lowly Palace.

A vibrant amalgamation of ALIGN’s pop and electronic styles, “Second Thoughts” ft. Becca Krueger is a shining display of the producers’ many talents. Sumptuous synths set the stage from the get go, as Becca Krueger’s sultry smooth voice coaxes listeners into sweet serenity. A backsound riddled with luminous production and whirring melodies, ALIGN’s composition serves as a lovely testament to the producers strengths. Featuring infectious percussive elements reminiscent of ODESZA and Louis The Child, ALIGN’s newest is one to keep coming back to.

“’Second Thoughts’ is something I wrote with the intention of having an overall uplifting atmosphere and vibe. I loved where the track was going instrumentally, and felt like Becca was the missing voice the song needed. Becca’s lyrics provide a really cool balance as she’s narrating something relatable to all of us. I feel that the content of her story and the music itself meet in the middle to provide a nice degree of harmony together.” ALIGN

Electronic | LA-producer AWAY continues to push boundaries with “Honest To God”

Posted by on November 16, 2017

LA-producer AWAY continues to push boundaries with “Honest To God”, which is his latest release to be unveiled via electronic music imprint Lowly Palace. The track is a chilling tune, covering the themes of love and defeat. Featuring vocalist Charity, she cries out “Honest to god, I never loved you like I said”. While the lyrical overtone might be one of sadness, you can’t help but listen to the track all the way through and commend AWAY for his honest productions and unique style.

Electronic | Mickey Valen is playing with a “Wildcard”

Posted by on April 5, 2017

Following on the heels of his Hype Machine #1 single “Meet Me” Featuring Noé, Mickey Valen has returned with “Wildcard,” out now on Lowly Palace. Featuring vocals from Feli Ferraro, this lushly hypnotic bass gem makes for a refreshing addition to your Spring playlist.

Be on the lookout for more music from Mickey Valen and be sure to get acquainted with Lowly Palace’s releases. For now, “Wildcard” below!

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Electronic | Elk Road flaunts his talent in his latest single “Come Down”

Posted by on April 3, 2017

Perth’s very own Elk Road flaunts his talent in his latest single “Come Down” on Lowly Palace, expertly blending his soft, high-pitched vocal range with dark, moody instrumentals that together create an evocative soundscape.

The track follows on from “Hanging By A Thread,” which featured in Triple J’s Hottest 100 of 2016 and has been streamed over 1.5 million times. Already having played stages around Australia including Splendour In The Grass and Vivid Festival, we’re excited to see Elk Road expand his reach worldwide in 2017.

Electronic | Alexander Lewis returns with trap infused single “March”

Posted by on February 23, 2017

Coming back with another hit single, DJ/Producer Alexander Lewis has linked up with Lowly Palace for another hard hitting trap jam entitled “March”. Building slowly into a progression of hi-hats and reverb vocals, Lewis hits at the one minute mark with riveting trumpets and powerful basslines that will turn his casual listeners into devotees. Go ahead and give it a stream above and be on the lookout for more from Alexander Lewis and Lowly Palace.

Bass | JRND & VMK – Make Dem

Posted by on November 8, 2016

For what they lack in vowels, Dutch producers JRND & VMK sure do make up for it in production. After opening with an anthemic guitar & horn section that reminds you of why you fell in love with Major Lazer in the first place, Make Dem takes a sharp turn deep into bass territory. Over some impossibly low 808’s, the quirky yet melodic percussion arouses your sonic curiosity, while the rhythm grabs you by the back of the neck and forcefully bangs your head in the air. Put your bass face on and press play.