Soft Powers blend of warped 80′s funk, and melodic 70′s lounge music is colorful to say the least. With elements of outsider glam and dancebale syrupy beats their newest album “Bad pop” has an excellent dense production value. The opening track Moon Culture starts with layers of hypnocogic synths and then transforms in to a chill dance tune reminicant of an early 80′s Luther V. song minus the vocals. Palm nights opens with a nostalgic disco vibe and falsetto-infused vox that might make you want to snort some coke and hit the sunset strip. The album is closed out with Mary never sings our songs a down tempo ballad reminicant of 70′s psych/folk with its clean guitars and soft strings. Download the whole album along with their new garage-psych single Its like a dream below.
Download Soft Powers “Bad Pop” HERE