Erica Eso is a New York City-based art-pop ensemble lead by Weston Minissali (Cloud Becomes Your Hand, VaVatican). On their second full-length, 129 Dreamless GMG, the group expands its sound in myriad directions, shifting from bedroom experimentation to live band arrangements and collaborative improvisations. Self-described as “femmed-out microtonal synth-pop,” the conceptually-loaded album traverses genres, touching on Krautrock and dreamy R&B before landing somewhere more abstract, "bringing fractured collages and chanting harmonies that feel like alien communiqués," says Paste. It's out on NNA Tapes.Coverage on music blogs Official website
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