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East Edwards

East Edwards

East Edwards


Upon hearing bands like Washed Out, Hooray For Earth, Neon Indian, Crystal Castles, Phantogram and artists of the sort, Josh DeSousa (aka East Edwards), fell in love with the way the overall sound made him feel. A sound he felt was a bit nostalgic but with a nice groove and modern vibe. Josh liked the idea of taking old ideas from previous eras and making them relevant to today especially in this style which he hadn't heard since the Eighties and early Nineties growing up. Read more on Last.fm
Upon hearing bands like Washed Out, Hooray For Earth, Neon Indian, Crystal Castles, Phantogram and artists of the sort, Josh DeSousa (aka East Edwards), fell in love with the way the overall sound made him feel. A sound he felt was a bit nostalgic but with a nice groove and modern vibe. Josh liked the idea of taking old ideas from previous eras and making them relevant to today especially in this style which he hadn't heard since the Eighties and early Nineties growing up. He also loved hearing and discovering the limitless capabilities of the synthesizer and its ability to create moods so effortlessly.

Being confined to the limits of the guitar and other "live" instruments for so many years while playing in Indie and Punk bands in and around Chicago, he decided it was high time and went out and purchased a cheap synthesizer. Josh also dug out an old drum machine that was so out of date that he thought it was useless but dusted it off and paired it with his synthesizer and it seemed a natural fit. The result are songs heavily influenced by Eighties-early Nineties Synth Pop, Hip Hop, and R&B with a unique East Edwards twist. Read more on Last.fm.

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