Neon Indian

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Neon Indian

After garnering widespread acclaim with his first album as Neon Indian, 2009's Psychic Chasm, Mexican-born, Brooklyn-based producer Alan Palomo followed his chillwave brethren and beefed things up on the sophomore release. Era Extraña replaced the carefree, bedroom-sculpted intimacy of its predecessor with a darker, more refined sound, produced with help from Flaming Lips studio man Dave Fridmann. If it wasn't quite as satisfying on record, the album works surprisingly well in a live context, when Palomo is joined onstage by a full band. Support for Neon Indian's first-ever Tokyo show comes from Devonwho, an LA-based beatmaker who mines a similar vein of wooziness to the Brainfeeder collective.

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