Cat no. COUNT142
Chrome Sparks (aka Jeremy Malvin) knows how to make his tracks shine. His eponymous debut album, released on Counter Records (a Ninja Tune imprint), boasts a sparkling sound: a euphony of hip-hop, house and bright-beaming synthwork. The record is the culmination of several years spent between MalvinÕs Navy Yard, Brooklyn studio and a secluded cabin in upstate New York. He spent a month there to escape the distractions of the city, and to distill his process during what became an intensive period of creativity. A far cry from supporting DiploÕs Major Lazer at the recent Mad Decent Block Party in Islamabad (Pakistan).