Chrome Sparks is the electronic solo project of Jeremy Malvin. Based in Brooklyn, Malvin has been making tunes that get us hype for a minute, and now we’ve got a fresh batch of Chrome Sparks sounds to enjoy. “Ride The White Lightning” is a bubbly track (that’s nearly 10 minutes long) off Malvin’s latest EP Parallelism, which comes out today. On “Ride The White Lightning” Malvin tweeted…
fyi for my synthy pals ‘ride the white lightning’ was made entirely with my minimoog model d (aside from the chords that come in at the end)
— crm*spx (@chromesparks) November 12, 2015
And the rest of the EP? In total, Parallelism was made using sounds from three analog synthesizers, vocal samples from Malvin’s friends, and a tambourine. Give “Ride The White Lightning” a listen above and let Chrome Sparks light up your weekend. Indeed, Parallelism is lit.
Parallelism is out today via Future Classic.