Michael Jablonka's music is informed and shaped by technology - or more often, the lack of it.
New EP 'Go-Go' owes a debt to an old drum machine, with its tattered sound leaking out across his songwriting, and production as a whole.
Gradually, these ideas came into focus, with his gutsy sound - roots-driven, with plenty of blues guitar - augmented by that lo-fi, DIY frailty.
The EP is out now, and it's a vastly creative endeavour, with Michael commenting:
“The EP was inspired by an old drum machine I picked up in New York. I initially started using it as a tool for demoing tracks at home and eventually thought it would be an interesting idea to make it the centrepiece of a body of work.”
The title track recalls everyone from Hendrix to Tame Impala, with Jablonka's vocal almost torn away by the wind.
The visuals are hypnotic, with the bleached out colours and geometric shapes combining to produce something remarkable.
Catch the video for 'Go-Go' below, then find the full EP after the jump.
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