Not By Chance feat. JusMoni
October 25, 2019
Today marks the release of "Not by Chance" - the second of three tracks from High Pulp's 💡Light Fix EP💡 featuring another one of Seattle's finest: JusMoni.
Moni's ageless wisdom best expresses the essence:
"What's coincidence if it's already written? Most times it takes getting out of the way of yourself to experience, wholeheartedly and fully." -JusMoni
August 23, 2019
“Midnight Bistro” is a characteristically funky instrumental that begins with a whoosh of synths and some percolating rhythm guitar. Things lean into slickness before they get goosed by wiggly synthesizers that wouldn’t feel out of place on an old Ohio Players record. Then jazz horns pipe in, lending velour warmth to the mix. It’s like the great lost theme song to some ‘70s private eye show, right down to its compact two-and-a-half minute running time.
- Artist Home (full article here)
Broken Little Dolls feat. Shaina Shepherd
July 19, 2019
“Broken Little Dolls" (feat. Shaina Shepherd) is released!
This track is the first single to debut off the EP Light Fix. Whereas High Pulp is typically an instrumental group, this release embraces the voice as an instrument, putting it front and center in collaboration with other local Seattle artists.
“‘Broken Little Dolls’ is intentionally broken yet functional. It's about the seduction of power and the promise that if you follow steps xyz you will find happiness. I've found that happiness comes from following your heart rather than your head and letting intuition lead you toward destiny. It was so much fun collaborating with High Pulp as we explored this concept.”
About High Pulp
High Pulp is an instrumental, Seattle-based collective.
DO NOT CONSUME. IT WILL MAKE YOU SICK.
"A couple of listens to their 2018 album Bad Juice will convince you they’re one of the most interesting acts in town."
Dave Segal - The Stranger
"High Pulp answers the new millennium’s post-trip-hop, -indie, -ambient, -drum & bass, etc. contemporary with vinyl sharp grooves, macramé arrangements, and session-level instrumentation"
- Earshot Jazz
“There just aren’t many bands making music like this right now”
- What’s Up! Magazine