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"Underwater Seacreatures have been developing their own special blend of delightfully upbeat, submersed and ambient adoration of 80's dance and funk. From the lounge-y beat syncopation, warped air filters, panned synth percussive and overall sonic playfulness, you may feel like Nemo in a coral reef. This must be what fish dance to. "
A winning selection may be found on “EP,” the debut release by Underwater Seacreatures, and it drips with sensuality. With its echo-y panoply of bubbling bass, overmodulated vocals and treated synthesizers, the album boasts a tangible urgency. Underwater Seacreatures has had national music blogs in a tizzy over their dreamy studio concoctions, which explore a keyboard-driven music genre known as chill wave"
"Virginia’s Underwater Seacreatures just released their self-titled EP, a stunning collection of some of the chillest tunes allocated into one release. The album bleeds of a myriad of influences, weaving together a range of styles from ’80s aesthetics to R&B, and from soul to glo-fi and its associated sub-genres."
- Hearing Gold
"What you're about to embark on, is a journey through sound, brought to you by Underwater Seacreatures. Their self titled debut EP is crammed full of chillwave, glitch and dark, synthy goodness. There's a bit of a hazy lo-fi to Underwater Seacreatures' sound, but it remains highly polished. While listening, the music seems to put some sort of trance over you. You press play, and the next thing you know, almost 40 minutes has passed and the album is over. All I'm saying is, don't be surprised if you end up getting lost within the music."
- The Record Stache
released 01 January 2011
Nathan Keeys, Marcos Eduardo Da Silva Garcia, Ryan Beans.