Chaos Chaos | In This Place

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In This Place

by Chaos Chaos

Music written and performed by Chaos Chaos Produced by Einmo + Reynolds Recorded at Electrokitty Studios Cello by Bryan West Recorded by Alby Cohen at Size McMusic Productions
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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Song produced by Einmo + Reynolds
Recorded at ElectroKitty Studios
Cello by Bryan West
Cello recorded by Alby Cohen at Size McMusic Productions

"Chloe Saavedra customizes her drum kit with found objects—"trash," as she told us when we spoke with her and her older sister and bandmate, Asy, last September. Listening to Chaos Chaos' new single, "In This Place," you wonder what unusual instruments are behind Chloe's percussion.

Precocious is still the most tempting adjective to apply to the Saavedra sisters. Chaos Chaos began, many years ago, as Smoosh, when Asy and Chloe were still in elementary school, and the fact that they could write any songs—let alone songs as catchy as they did—seemed exceptional. Even as young adults, they seem older than their years. Layered over keyboard and cello plucks, Asy's vocals are sultry and inviting. She describes a mysterious man, "like a child in trouble; he knows it." At first, it's hard to know who's in control—the omniscient narrator, or the man she allows to lead her into "This Place"—but as the song crescendos, Chaos Chaos asserts its dominance." - Emma Brown (Interview Magazine)


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