Underwater Seacreatures | EP

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by Underwater Seacreatures

Electronic Pop
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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1. Sincere Serene
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2. Speak Up
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3. Piece of Mine
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4. Blind Sight
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5. Shudder to Think
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6. Past Crush
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7. You Forgot
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8. Expensive Mondays
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9. This Girl
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10. You (Slow Down)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Underwater Seacreatures is the stage name of singer-songwriters Nathan Keeys, Marcos Eduardo Da Silva Garcia & bassist Ryan Beans. Soon after arriving in Richmond midway thru 2009, and disenchanted with the dime a dozen nature of their hip hop background, Marcos & Nathan began experimenting with bedroom recordings that later were identified with the Chillwave/Glo-fi movement by influential music bloggers such as Earmilk.com, Pasta Primavera, FREEWilliamsburg, Don't Die Wondering, The Hype Machine, Strange Fires, Whatuptokyo, JellyNYCRockyard, as well as many college radio stations, despite never having been formally released anywhere except MySpace. That EP will now be available through Spotify and CDbaby for the first time, in preparation for a full length album coming out in the coming months that is sure to set the blogosphere ablaze once again.


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