Jeremy Malvin (aka Chrome Sparks) just shared the final, yet unshared track from his November 13 release, Parallelism – via Future Classic. If you’ve been enjoying the EP’s first two pieces – “Moonraker” and “Ride the White Lightning” – but haven’t yet dished out the cash to buy the full vinyl, then this one’s for you.
“Give It Up” reflects Malvin’s background in classical percussion and his obsession with synthesizers. Effervescent sonic blips emerge to open the piece, repeating hypnotically and growing in stature as Malvin shapes his palatial textures. He feeds vocal samples through blurred filters and slowly builds his complex of synthesizers, exploring tones that range from bubbly to distorted to straight-up trenchant.
May "Give It Up" be the track that finally pushes you off your fence of indecision; you now know you love the whole EP, so give up the dough and get down.