ELYXR ~ Synthpop Singles

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Only 2 ELYXR songs will be featured here. Head to elyxr.bandcamp.com for all future ELYXR singles!

ELYXR is a brand new collaborative-band concocting modern synthpop potions. Spearheaded by Seattle-based electronic music songwriter/producer Kasson Crooker (Symbion Project, Freezepop, Rocococo), ELYXR will release a string of singles summer 2017 (and beyond!), each a collaboration with a different singer/songwriter.

The debut track “Engine” was co-written with Elissa LeCoque of the Brooklyn indie-electronic act Kodacrome and features Elissa’s distinct vocal stylings.

The second single, just released, is "Godspeed" and features Naoko Takamoto of the band Princess Problems who Kasson has collab'd with on videogames and music over the years. Kasson's remixes of Princess Problems can be found here:
princessproblems.bandcamp.com/releases

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released June 2, 2017

All songs mixed & mastered by Kasson Crooker // Publishing & copyright by Speed of Dark Music

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Track Name: Engine (feat. Elissa LeCoque of Kodacrome)
you didn't know it at the time
but i had an engine sputtering within me
and i had a pulse
you could have called it something else
but i had a hope muttering within me

and it wasn't false

he had an orchestra inside of him
quelling the messiah, cutting through the quiet
splitting through the fog
he cast a villain on the timpani
drowning out the hero
sounding an alarm bell

and it wasn't false

two lines in the void running similar directions
can go on forever without making Xs
it's more geometric than it ever was tragic
boxed up like a present from onset to ending

it seemed like such good planning at the time...