Sampling everything from city traffic and car horns to laser-esque zaps and echoing chimes, Deastro takes electronic-pop to another level. Detroit’s Randolph Chabot Jr. — the man behind the moniker — creates unique musical atmospheres with his synth-driven songs, each full of intense, swirling hurricanes of sound layered atop pop melodies. Sometimes the music is frenetic, glitchy and loud; other times it’s relaxed, spacious and dreamy.
Featured song: “Prisoner”
Incinerator is the latest EP by Deastro.
Complete radio broadcast and playlist: http://bit.ly/IUrzSY
Upcoming tour dates:
9/25 @ Rubbles Bar in Mount Pleasant, MI
9/26 @ Rubbles Bar in Mount Pleasant, MI
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