Emily Reo - Olive Juice Remixes mp3 album
In Theaters Emily Reo imagined a series of humans, alone in movie theatres, watching their lives unfold on the screens. No one else could see what they saw, or interpret things in the same way, she explains, reflecting largely on the concept of perception and her song In Theaters, the stunning, final track on her forthcoming full-length. Picture where you've been, only you can see it, she self-harmonizes, later concluding that our lives play in empty theaters. Reo employs her classical vocal training more than ever, her sweeping falsetto delivering doubletime verses brimming in metaphor and mesmerizing layered soundscapes alike. For over a decade, Reo’s vocoder pop songs have played with the space between natural and metallic sounds-with every turn of her voice sounding sweeping, symphonic.
Olive Juice Tracklist. Olive Juice Q&A. More Emily Reo albums.
Emily Reo has been recording and touring independently for over a decade. Starting with 2009’s Minha Gatinha, a self-released collection of home-recorded droning noise-pop, she’s continuously released a slow drip of pop experiments via artist-operated imprints.
Olive Juice is Reo’s first album for Elestial Sounds, the Gainesville-based record label and collective behind Hundred Waters and Levek. It’s the perfect platform for Reo, who also belongs to FMLY, a DIT (do it together) assemblage of visual artists, musicians, and other creatives. That nurturing community has always been an important part of Reo’s work- when she covered Built to Spill’s Car at FMLY Fest last year, by the end of the song at least one audience member was cradled in another’s lap, which is kind of what her music makes one feel like doing
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Release group by Emily Reo. Overview.
Last year, Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Emily Reo, released the excellent LP, Olive Juice. That playful dream pop collection spawned a remix collection that dropped last month, and featured some pretty great reworkings. All that would be just great, but after perusing Soundcloud this evening, I noticed this fantastic cover from Reo, taking on a Fleetwood Mac classic. Produced by Andrew Sardinha (who worked on Olive Juice), Reo puts a hazy, electro pop spin on Dreams, shifting it into a sort of neon-hued, late night dance floor ballad - which turns out pretty spectacular . Listen to this opening track from Emily Reo’s Witch Mtn. Haunting, beautiful. The entire 5-track album is. Perfect for a dreary Wednesday. Or any other day for that matter.
Emily Reo’s music has always been defined by her voice, whether it was buried under chintzy drum machines on her 2009 debut or the centrifugal force for looping desires on 2013’s excellent Olive Juice. She does even more with that voice on her third album, Only You Can See It, stretching it like taffy, a splatter of color and a beating heart in an album that’s often about struggling to overcome the darkest parts of ourselves. That voice is a respite, its vocoder lace a shield that becomes a blanket that becomes a path to self-empowerment
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|1||Peach (Wildarms Remix)
Remix – Wildarms
|2||Wind (Vacation Dad Remix)
Remix – Vacation Dad
|3||Blue Canoe (Pregnant Women Remix)
Remix – Pregnant Women
|4||Rainbow Road (Tygerstrype Remix)
Remix – Tygerstrype
|5||Metal (Human Resources Remix)
Remix – Human Resources
|6||Coast (Euglossine Remix)
Remix – Euglossine
|7||Blue Canoe (Aesthes Remix)
Remix – Aesthes
|8||Wind (Softest Remix)
Remix – Softest
|9||Coast (The Ocean Floor Remix)
Remix – The Ocean Floor
|10||Blue Canoe (Dada Trash Collage Remix)
Remix – Dada Trash Collage
|11||Peach (Yalls Remix)
Remix – Yalls
|12||Rainbow Road (Cuddle Formation Remix)
Remix – Cuddle Formation
- Artwork [Digital] – Braden McKenna*
- Artwork [Original] – Louise Chen
- Mastered By – Andrew Sardinha