Originally an electronic duo from Florida, Conveyor has evolved into a Brooklyn-based quartet whose charming indie-pop features sweet harmonies, folk-inspired melodies, and bits of dazzling synth. The band — consisting of Gary Alan Busch, Jr., Michael Ryan Pedron, Evan Michael Garfield, and TJ Masters — play with various textures and moods, poppy and playful one moment, subdued and forlorn the next. Here, the band discuss the recording of their new album and perform a number of new songs.

Featured song: “Mane”

Conveyor’s self-titled debut album comes out July 17th via Paper Garden Records.
Order the new album here:

Complete radio broadcast and playlist:

Official website:
Twitter: @therealconveyor

Upcoming tour dates:
6/15 @ The Fringe Festival in Montreal, QC
6/16 @ NXNE in Toronto, ON
6/28 @ Mercury Lounge in New York, NY

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Travis Harrison records bands for a living, so he knows how to get the best out of musicians. As the president of Serious Business, a recording studio and record label, Travis also knows the industry. Every week he invites musicians into his studio for funny, irreverent and seriously interesting interviews where anything goes. New episodes every Monday from BreakThru Radio. Watch more episodes of Serious Business on BTR on our Blip page: