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Crater Releases Celestial Summer Track

Coastal Beats Media

From Seattle, Washington and Help Yourself Records comes an emerging psychedelic art-rock duo, Cesi and Kess, by the haunting name of Crater. The duo released a new single, “Summer Skin,” which encompasses beats as sizzling and enigmatic as its name. The single will appear in their upcoming debut LP, Talk to Me So I Can Fall Asleep, which is scheduled to release Feb. 26.

Crater’s chilling beats, slow-paced melodies, and fleeting harmonies will leave you highly anticipating their future LP. Their synced electro-pop chemistry and weightless soundscapes haunt each and every track, giving them a name that lives up to its definition: a large, bowl-shaped cavity in the ground or on the surface of a planet or the moon, typically one caused by an explosion. 

Known for creating masterful remixes and stellar covers like Stone Roses Cover, DJAO remixes, and Ricky Eat Acid remixes, Crater’s original music is just as…

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