Tomorrow night The Glasslands Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn will feature live performances from local bands Field Mouse, ABADABAD, Y/Y along with headlining act Conveyor. Conveyor's art-pop sound has reverberated far and wide with the release of their self-titled debut album this past July and a 30 city national tour which included an appearance at Montreal's, Fringe Festival.
The eleven track Conveyor is about self awareness, an ode to the essence of humanity that so many of us have lost touch with. Songs like Home and Woolgather center around an enlightened speaker clinging to his/her convictions in light of modernity “oh wood, I wouldn’t give you up to be outside” (Woolgatherer), “how can I oblige when all the things beneath my being are true” (Home). Overall Conveyor's instrumentation consists of an intermingling between organic and electronic instrumentation that produces warm folk style tracks highlighted by nuanced synthetic rhythms. The quintet's inimitable vocals are what really set them apart from other likewise bands, delivering harmonies that would be just as enjoyable minus instrumental accompaniment.
Click here to listen to Conveyor and support the band.