Pacific Coliseum – Ocean City LP

March 20, 2018 New Music

Happy first day of spring!

Here’s a little treat to help you soundtrack the beginnings of the season. Pacific Coliseum’s Ocean City LP is yet another perfect soundtrack for those seaside cruises against those orange and pink sunsets shimmering on the water. A slow breeze of 80s city-pop and Japanese jazz inspiration brought to you by Jamison Isaak of Teen Daze and owner of more recently formed record label Flora.

The album is book-ended by two versions of Wave Catalyst. A high tide and a low tide. Perhaps the highlights of the album, and a near perfect cycle.

This one has actually been my soundtrack for playing Gran Turismo Sport throughout the winter as a way to escape the depressing weather. Seriously. Give it a chance.

 

If you enjoy this album, you’ll be happy to hear that Pacific Coliseum has a new single coming to vinyl. Check out “Slow Motion” and the pre-order of “Spirit Feel” below!

 

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