At the jump, indie pop’s Pacific Air starts its debut EP, Long Live Koko, with a whimsical intro that tricks you into thinking these guys shouldn’t be taken too seriously.  But the So Cal group quickly pulls back the reigns and flexes a laid back style indicative of its West Coast origin.  The four tracks on Long Live Koko inspire introspection, letting go, and enjoying the good stuff (life and…the other good stuff) while utilizing sounds less common for a Cali crew – whistling, flute synths, and a bit of autotune, but not enough to confuse them with T-Pain.  Long Live Koko is a rare and impressive debut from a band assured to breathe new air into the indie pop scene. 

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For the times when you want to enjoy doing nothing at all.  Unfortunately, that’s usually at work.


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