Bird Peterson is officially in full rollout mode for the upcoming Infinity Molasses. My man has been dropping singles like crazy, the latest being the super catchy Conflict Resolution. The track is the standard, infectious Bird Peterson mix of dope drums, textured samples and a few hilarious soundbites. For vocal duties, he’s enlisted the help of Florida underground legends BLEUBIRD and Jabrjaw to match the track energy, and all parties involved more than stand up to the challenge. It’s nice to hear tracks that defy genre classification in this manner, as this song could easily get play in both dance clubs and hip hop circles without anyone batting an eye or questioning the placement. With the sneak previews we’ve been given thus far, I must say that my anticipation for Infinity Molasses continues to grow and grow.
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As mentioned recently, Bird Peterson has been excelling above and beyond these days. Aside from his upcoming release, he recently dropped by Serato HQ to drop a mix set for the masses. As usual, his mix is on point, his track selection is solid, and his sense of humor is on full display. Definitely check this one out, give it a spin, and throw a like or comment Bird‘s way!
Bird Peterson is the man right now… there appears to be no end in sight to his continual rise and his constant stream of quality output. Bird recently announced the upcoming release of his new album Infinity Molasses, and to put a ripple in the waters so that waves can be created, he’s dropped the single Floor Shaker. Bird‘s production sets the table for Shack Baker to lyrically serve the listeners, then Bird jumps back in and builds up the track to a wonderful release, allowing Shack to show us the way out and back to our everyday lives. If Floor Shaker is an indication of what Infinity Molasses will be, I think I’m ready for the ride.
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Woah. Bird Peterson and Mike 2600, collectively known as Meal Ticket, have just put out what can be described as a mindf#ck of a music video with The Big One. I’m not going to ramble on about it, because words will not do it justice. Trust me, just hit play on this one. Then hit like. Then hit share. If you’re not completely speechless, leave a comment. Who knows? Maybe that will inspire more of this beautifully brilliant wildness.
My man Bird Peterson has the holidays on lock, especially those in the final quarter of the year. For anything remotely festive, you can count on a mix from Bird to not only capture the mood, but make you nod your head until your neck hurts. For October 31 (and the surrounding fun days before and afterwards), make sure you’re throwing The Bird Peterson Halloween Spooktacular somewhere in the mix.
Keeper has been a blessing to the Austin music scene. Four beautiful voices, solid concepts and songwriting, and constantly wonderful production (handled this go-round by the unmatched genius of Bird Peterson). On Corners, each song represents an element, and with that simple concept, Keeper takes us on a wonderful journey. Very happy to see this hit, and very excited about what the future holds in terms of full-lengths, music videos and so on.
Austin-based trio Keeper, who have already made a huge impact on the scene in a short time, are preparing to unleash what sounds like an amazing concept project with their upcoming EP Corners. Produced entirely by Bird Peterson, this project is a four song exploration of the four cornerstone elements of the Earth. Dock, the first single, is already making waves, and with upcoming audio-visual perfomances with the legendary Daedelus coming up, one can only image how much more the Keeper legend will continue to grow.
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