Gigamesh has taken Ghost Beach’s tropi-pop jam “Miracle” and prescribed it a hefty dose of Xanax. The track opens with some synth and drum elements, building up into an explosion of ethereal bliss and super low end kicks. The beat is carefree and loose but still put-together enough for it to groove you along — […]

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On Ghost Beach‘s new single “Been There Before”, frontman Josh Ocean sings “These are the days of revolution and sadness, wearing you out.” You wouldn’t believe that, though, from the glimmering synth power-pop sound we’ve come to expect from the Brooklyn duo. Slap bass and drumming that would make Phil Collins proud give this one a […]

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The latest band to carry the 80s synth revival torch is New York duo Ghost Beach. The group’s new single, “Miracle”, merges the laid back electronics of Neon Indian with the playful summertime rhythms of Best Coast. The simple high-pitched, lo-fi guitar riff that opens the song lays a peppy foundation that’s immediately accompanied by […]

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