Tamu Massif – “Holding Back.”

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Located on the ocean floor of the northwest Pacific, about 1,000 miles east of Japan, is the world’s largest volcano, Tamu Massif. At 400 miles by 280 miles, the super volcano is also the namesake behind Dave Dixon’s rising experimental solo project. Similar to Sufjan Stevens, Vondelpark and Alex G, Tamu Massif explores a compelling intersection of acoustic folk and progressive electronic production. Following up last year’s Alba EP, Tamu premiered a new single via Stereogum earlier this week.

Next week, Tamu Massif will embark on a massive tour of Europe supporting Shakey Graves through the summer. Stream the second single to Alba, “A Fate Much Worse,” below.

Angel E. Fraden

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