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Evan Andree / Press

“The third and final track titled Mr. Teleportation heavily emotes the aforementioned Jack’s Mannequin sound, but in much more bearable doses. I can say that after listening to this particular track a few times, I really began to enjoy it. It encompasses that same light and bubbly tone that resonates throughout the entire EP, but this track really owns that sound like no other. “Light and bubbly” easily and often translates as generic, but Andree really did something right with this one, setting it apart from all the others who tried and failed.”

“The first track of this three track EP is the fittingly titled American Dream, given my current position – sandwiched between that anthology of American literature and rereading The Great Gatsby. For those already be familiar with Evan Andree for his track Panic, or just the Nike UK ‘Find Your Greatness’ ad campaign that featured it, might be a little surprised. Pleasantly though I’d hope Read more at http://whatculture.com/music/evan-andree-invisible-sap-review.php#zza1ZBJpZo2QxZaD.99”

“Flags I and II were both released in February of this year, yet they’re different from each other. The first Flags is more ethereal, more atmospheric, with few definitives or distinctions; even Evan’s unique voice blends into this music (a tragedy, in my opinion). Flags II throws it down with a little more authority; the dance vibe is harder to resist, I didn’t have to work so hard at paying attention. Between the two, it’s like watching a musician trying to figure out who he is and what he wants to say and how he wants to say it. He might make a few tweaks here and there, but ultimately, it’s the same guy.”

“Atlanta, Georgia musician and producer, Evan Andree, has been garnering large amounts of attention in recent months due to his infectious beats and uncompromising dedication to being Evan Andree. The southern electro-rock-hop dabbler gave Nike a run for their money on one of the company’s recent commercials and now Andree is trying to transition that success into a new Americana-inspired record. Sure, his electronic fans may be put off by Andree’s foray into a new musical genre, but that is what the man is all about: changing styles, pushing boundaries, and trying every truffle in the chocolate box.”

“Atlanta’s one of those cities that you can be living in for years and rediscover something completely and shockingly new that’s right down the street tomorrow. This is one of the things that makes it so unique and totally underrated in the scope of US cities. Just like discovering a new neighborhood joint, hearing local acts you’ve never come across before is ultra refreshing. One of which is Marietta-native-now-Ponce-haunt Evan Andree who’s forward thinking indie electronic melodies are matched up perfectly with creative and thought-provoking lyrics. Luckily for us, we can pick up his tunes, which have been featured in international ad campaigns like Nike UK’s “Find Your Greatness,” for free on his Brite Revolution page. Evan’s got two EPs out: Flags and Flags Pt. II. I’ve got two of my favorite tracks from each EP below.”

“There’s something delightfully unpredictable about Evan Andree’s music. Just when you think you have him pegged, when you think you can speak to his songs in purely reductionist terms like electro or indie pop, some new detail emerges that forces you to rethink your expectations. His latest release, the three-song Flags Pt. II EP, expands on its predecessor’s billowing electronic pop with deeper textures and more adventurous songwriting. The music grooves and glides across your speakers with Andree’s deliriously catchy melodies wrapping themselves around thumping dancefloor beats and hypnotic bursts of swirling guitars. It’s nothing groundbreaking, but Andree throws in enough wrinkles and unexpected twists to keep things vibrant and interesting.”