The Convenience – Accelerator[Winspear]

Duncan Troast and Nick Corson of Video Age are The Convenience, and the music these two conjure is from an alternate reality. Pulling from a pastiche of 80’s sounds and their own rolodex of future pop flourishes, their new album Accelerator sounds like a late-night disco party on a distant outpost, a sea of dancing bodies illuminated by an alien moon. Accelerator is a singular album packed with visceral, immediate pleasure; body music for a plastic pop future. And at its core, the album is a celebration of friendship, and the transportative power of music. It’s an ode to the joy of dancing, of loving just to have loved, and becoming who you are.
RIYL: TOPS, Dayglow, Q, Barrie, Mk.gee, Crumb
Start w/ #1, #2, #4, #5 | FCC CLEAN

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