Friday, May 27, 2011


It's coming! The debut EP from Bali Yaaah. That's my group. Them folks.

Bali Yaaah will be hosting a release party for NEVER EARLY ALWAYS FATE at Skinny's Ballroom on June 18th, 2011.

NEVER EARLY ALWAYS FATE - BALI YAAAH's first EP will be released June18th 2011 digitally, on CD, and special edition MP3 flash player. This debut marks the first glimpse into the mysterious fabric of Bali Yaaah's unique mix of musical influences. In addition to traditional CD and digital distribution, the EP is also available on a special edition USB Mp3 player. This is the first and only ever EP released on such a device. The “Usagi” flash drive is not only a 2 gigabyte flash drive shaped like a bunny and loaded with extra material, it comes equipped with headphones and plays MP3 files on the go!

Bali Yaaah (Austin, TX) has a droning 60's psychedelic approach to 80's synth-pop. Think love child between Velvet Underground and Depeche Mode; a fusion of deep fuzzy organs, syncopated drum machines, dubbed out bass, haunting vocals, and searing guitars, this modern organ trio conjures an alluring wall of sound. Driven by band leader and organist Chris Brown, alongside guitarist Jonas Hodges and bassist Alan Uribe, the group evokes a seductive blend of dark synth-wave, and post punk art rock. Often described as “retro music from the future”, the group's influences stem from around the world with hints of African, Asian, and Latin rhythms providing the backbone to many of the group's familiar, yet foreign compositions. Fans of Clinic, LCD Soundsystem, The Black Angels, Arcade Fire, Gorillaz, and early Eno should take special notice.

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