We named him an artist to watch in 2013, but that was no surprise. Following his remix of “In My Mind” and his very own episode of Dancing Astronaut‘s Axis, Walden released “Ciaco.” The first official release from the Aussie teenager left an impression back in November, but John Walden has already returned with its follow up, “Intropial.” The heartening melody, crisp chords, and clean drums are mastered and integrated as Walden’s most advanced effort yet. If you’re into the refreshing sound of “Intropial,” you’ll be excited to read our recap of Walden from Chicago’s The Mid coming soon.
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