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why we love this

Built on a wave of luscious tones, it tickles the ear with delicately pulsing micro-sounds. It constantly raises in tension, only to put you back in a state of serenity at a moment’s notice.

about the record

Combining steppy dance music, lush detail and a diaristic tone, Jack Chrysalis’ debut album dials between music that is destined to catch the ear of the club-goer and the heart of the dreamer, his signature propulsive mutations of organic techno and UK garage sounding strongly in tracks like Another Year and Coldharbour.

Between these, Chrysalis threads in more introspective moments. Tracks formed by running a hand along piano keys in improvisation, or made in recollection of Koji Kondo’s clear bright musical palette for Zelda. They lend a sense of atmosphere and a deeper running mood to the album’s overworld, heightening endorphin hits from the garage swing and affording a little more bittersweetness to its textures and secrets.

Whether in rush or retreat, each track on this album emerges with its own emotional resonance. There’s a sense of seasons turning, or a twilight quality that’s hard to fully pin down. “Owl music” became shorthand for Jack’s tunes, a way for Mana to capture a prescient, nocturnal flight within their environment.

  1. 1 - Carrier2 2:49
  2. 2 - Glass Sheathe 4:09
  3. 3 - Another Year 6:18
  4. 4 - Lossless 2:35
  5. 5 - Coldharbour 5:22
  6. 6 - Quentin's Courtyard 4:10
  7. 7 - Final Ghost 3:37
  8. 8 - One Day 6:06

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27,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Carrier2 2:49
  2. 2 - Glass Sheathe 4:09
  3. 3 - Another Year 6:18
  4. 4 - Lossless 2:35
  5. 5 - Coldharbour 5:22
  6. 6 - Quentin's Courtyard 4:10
  7. 7 - Final Ghost 3:37
  8. 8 - One Day 6:06

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Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Built on a wave of luscious tones, it tickles the ear with delicately pulsing micro-sounds. It constantly raises in tension, only to put you back in a state of serenity at a moment’s notice.

about the record

Combining steppy dance music, lush detail and a diaristic tone, Jack Chrysalis’ debut album dials between music that is destined to catch the ear of the club-goer and the heart of the dreamer, his signature propulsive mutations of organic techno and UK garage sounding strongly in tracks like Another Year and Coldharbour.

Between these, Chrysalis threads in more introspective moments. Tracks formed by running a hand along piano keys in improvisation, or made in recollection of Koji Kondo’s clear bright musical palette for Zelda. They lend a sense of atmosphere and a deeper running mood to the album’s overworld, heightening endorphin hits from the garage swing and affording a little more bittersweetness to its textures and secrets.

Whether in rush or retreat, each track on this album emerges with its own emotional resonance. There’s a sense of seasons turning, or a twilight quality that’s hard to fully pin down. “Owl music” became shorthand for Jack’s tunes, a way for Mana to capture a prescient, nocturnal flight within their environment.

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