We’ve been sharing tunes from Brooklyn’s Matt Meade, aka Spritzer, for a good while now, but Meade doesn’t show signs of stopping his production of killer indie rock tunes, so we’re gonna keep spreading the good news. The latest offering from Spritzer is “Get Me Out” which moves away from the high octane, tight knit riff-driven indie rock of his past and pushes into more of a chilled out space. This track slinks along with swagger; Meade’s whispery vocals a plea for escape amidst the mellow guitar grooves. Take a listen below and get ready for his upcoming album that will be out quite soon on 8/23.
I’ve been singing the praises of Brooklyn’s Matt Meade, aka Spritzer, for a long time now, so it’s about time that you finally take a listen. On this EP, called Get Away,which you can stream below or over on Spritzer’s Bandcamp page, you’ll find streaming synths, jazzy percussion, and four great pop tunes. I’m personally digging the third track, “Prelude to Psycho,” which is a burst of energy and light, but this is not to be outdone by the last track, “Psycho (I Love You),” which showsa great deal of refinement from Meade. Take a listen and then go fork over some money for this EP.
Y’all, I’ve been telling you about this project from Matt Meade for some time now, so how long is it going to take before you finally jump on the Spritzerfan train? Hopefully not too much longer, because it soundslike this train is in full motion with this new track, “The Twilite.” This track is a jazzy pop number, relying on the sounds of wild synths that float in and out of the mix, as well as subtle jazz percussion that simmers under it all. At the heart of the song are the vocals from Meade, which are like a cool breeze on a hot day; soft and with just enough distortion on them to make them float through the mix. Take a listen and get ready for an EP from Spritzer, which will be out September 16 on Paper Garden Records.
You may be surprised to see that a song called “Dead” is being labeled as sunny pop, but this new number from Matthew Meade’s Spritzer is sunshine and summer bottled into two and a half minutes of track. You press play on this numberand in a matter of moments you’re greeted with twee organ sounds and surfy guitar riffs. It’s a delightful little ditty that is sure to brighten your day and have you jamming along in the summer heat. Take a listen and check out the rest of tracks from Spritzer right here.
Earlier this year, I shared with you an early cut of this killer pop tune “Melt” from Matt Meade’s new project, Spritzer. Flash forward a few months and Meade has yet another winner on his hands with “Don’t Die, Kill Me,” which is the song you’ll find below. When you press play on this number, you’re immediately grabbed by the huge sound of synths, guitar and building drums, which create this sort of eerie pop blast. This transitions to a more mellow combination of jangly-surf guitar, Meade’s distorted and yet soothingly sweet vocals, and clacking percussion. As the song progresses, that synth creeps its way back in, and the band’s got a hit on their hands. This track is part of a debut EP, Don’t Die, which features these two refreshing pop tunes. Take a listen to it below and get ready for big things from Spritzer.
Oh man, sometimes you hear a track from some up and comer and you just know. Such was the phenomenon when I heard this track “Melt” from Brooklyn’s Spritzer, which is the project of Matthew Meade and others, whom you may have heard from his other band, Friend Roulette. This song is a blast, filled with jangly guitars that border on surfy at times as well as playful vocals that evoke a light tone through the whole track while also rocking out a bit before the end. Here Meade and company have given you the perfect spring indie rock track, so all that’s left for you to do is roll down your windows and let this song blare out of your windows while the breeze blows your hair around. Give it a listen.