The time has come for the dreamy EP from Mt. Si, the project featuring members Michael David, Jesse Kivel, and Sarah Chernoff of Classixx, Kisses, and Superhumanoids, respectively. Last month, EARMILK premiered "911," the main track off the EP. Serving as a prime example of the chill and breezy vibes these three can capture, "911" is filled with all the right sways and sensual melodies to coax your love. Chernoff's vocals glide effortlessly over the pillowed production of the track, resulting in a match made in pop heaven.
Billowing synths, ethereal vocals, and the original's laid back groove carry right over into the Reed Mix. Essentially a fully instrumental track, this take of "911" really allows you to fully indulge in the mood and tune into the nuances of the music. Chernoff's vocals are replaced with an extension of that sexy saxophone that appeared in the original—it's almost as though we've reached the seduction scene of some 80s movie. However, there's nothing that could be considered "guilty pleasure" about Mt. Si.
Rounding out the 911 EP, is another new track called "Annie." Equally chilled with a laid back groove, "Annie" gives off a smooth jazz pop ballad feel. These three relaxing tracks are available now via Cascine Records, both physically on vinyl and digitally. At a later date, Mt. Si will be sharing a remix package for the 911 EP featuring remixes from producer Late Nite Tuff Guy and LA's Benedek.