Something about manic-depressive dance music is deeply satisfying to me. It fills my apartment on dark lonely nights when I drink bourbon to pass the time. It moves me when I take my Xanax and summon the courage to go out to a party with friends. It’s just my bag, baby.
Ease‘s “Teaching Crimes” embodies everything that synth stands for—the feverish melancholy I hold so dear. It’s washed out vocals and heavy bass will move you, in body or spirit, wherever you are. Whether in reeling in bed, or fighting through the anxiety of a dance floor, the Stockholm based band takes you gently by the hand and says, “keep moving.”