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PYHOF: Neon Indian Designs Analogue Mini Synthesizer

Get all trippy with Neon Indian and Bleep Labs with the PAL 198X - a limited edition mini analogue synthesizer!

WHO: Neon Indian
GENRE: Electronic, “chillwave”, noise pop

Alan Palomo of Neon Indian (the electro-noise-pop band who once wished to have taken acid with you) collaborated with Bleep Labs in creating the PAL198X – a limited edition mini analogue synthesizer that produces strange beeps, blips, reverb-y waves of sound. In Neon Indian’s website, they stated that the synth “features swappable controls that allow all three of its oscillators to be controlled with the included knobs and light sensors or with all kinds of devices just by screwing them in.”

Stereogum is giving away one, if you’re interested!

Watch the funny and nostalgic ’80s-style infomercial below:

Neon Indian – Step Into the World With Your PAL198X from Neon Indian on Vimeo.

And for today’s playlist, we give you Neon Indian’s “Deadbeat Summer”:

written by shhquiet

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