Sea Moya find a new groove with ‘Nothing Is Real’

Basic exercise in beatwork has more than meets the eye.

Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new release to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from Sea Moya.

Back in March of last year, German group Sea Moya introduced themselves with debut track ‘Do Things’. They also called themselves a “beat trio” which, on the surface, sounds like something your little brother might embarrassingly start with his mates at school after hearing the Beastie Boys. But in the last year, these psych-heads have embraced experimentation and sharp-thinking production, everything glued together by those trusty beats.

‘Nothing Is Real’ might be their finest moment yet, a chasm of Toro Y Moi-style waviness and Tame Impala-worthy bass breakdown. It sounds like the product of a wild, shambolic studio session that somehow produced one golden nugget, or a road trip with no final destination.

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