If your June needs more heavy bass, distorted drumwork and mixed vocals, newcomer Lewis Del Mar‘s delightfully trippy, heavy debut “Loud(y)” can give you what you need. A song that seems to be played out in multiple acts, “Loud(y)” brings the sonic diversity with both falsetto and spoken-word vocals, bell percussion and a throbbing bassline. A virtual unknown from Rockaway Beach, Del Mar’s sound is bold and substantial — the kind of music that reverberates in your chest and then pulls you up with high pitches and delicate vocals. “Loud(y)” almost sounds like experimenting on classic alt-J, and if that’s not enough to pique your interest, we don’t know what is. Listen below.