NEW EP by Philly Indiepop artist Panophonic (aka Tom Lugo) titled ‘Failure in Many Dimensions’ available today!

Posted: November 4, 2014 in Uncategorized
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NEW EP by Philly Indiepop artist Panophonic (aka Tom Lugo) titled ‘Failure in Many Dimensions’ available to download. Enjoy!

https://pateticorecordings.bandcamp.com/album/failure-in-many-dimensions

The sumber beauty of Panophonic’s Failure in Many Dimensions reminds me of old Joy Division and Cure with that guitar and synth sound. There are six songs and the EP has a (in my opinion) a fantastic artwork. Failure in Many Dimension is released by Patetico Recordings which is an independent label and promotional company based out of Philadelphia. It is the same label that brought us great music from bands like Under the Wire, Stellarscope and ShiShi.

This is a follow ep to their fantastic EP Sounds of Desolation. Although the arrangements vary per track and the approach evolves per release, you can always expect somber melodies and atmospheric synths from Panophonic. After all these are the things that make their sound unique.

The EP opens with In You I Want to Swim which is a haunting song reminiscent of 80s New Wave/Goth Rock music. What Do You See is mind blowing in its simplicity. The pulsing beats are gorgeous. This brings me to shoegazer heaven. All the tracks in this EP pay tribute to dream pop if you love that style of music. The guitars are ethereal. The singing, sublime. Give it a listen to bring smile to your face despite its somber mood. – Baxter Labatos (Sphere Music Magazine)

#synthpop #indiepop #electropop #nugaze #indie #philly #panophonic

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