Chicago’s recent run on music is one that was spearheaded in part by the three-headed monster of Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa and Alex Wiley. And while the other two have generated more than their fair share of media attention the past few weeks, Wiley’s the last but not least of the trio to release new material.
Tangerine Dream is his offering, his first since last November’s Village Party 2: Heaven’s Gate, and the 23-year-old proves himself as eclectic as his peers while a little more electric with his sound, the project’s name borrowed from a German electronic band of the ’60s. Wiley’s 10-song set is split between solo tracks along with features from the likes of Hippie Sabotage and Low Gravity. Give the project a listen below.
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