Washed Out

Low-fidelity electropop for the dreamy generation

Currently working under the moniker Washed Out, Ernest Greene is a musical chameleon of sorts, an open-minded experimentalist who has in the past flitted between both instrumental hip-hop and lo-fi indie projects with equal ease. But it would appear that he has his sights set for now on the electronic world. Highly reminiscent of woozy synthpop crooners, Neon Indian, Washed Out is low-bugdet, low-fidelity electropop for the dreamy generation. “My music is definitely a lot more naive sounding than Neon Indian,” he says of the above comparison. “He’s (Alex Palomo) better at production than I am whereas I approach music more from a songwriting angle.”


Ernest Greene


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