“Andrew Chris is an artist unafraid to open himself up in his music and present himself completely honestly.
This makes for music that is more than just a good vibe or a nice sound, it’s a conversation.” MATT MILES-YACK MAGAZINE
Pittsburgh based musician Andrew Chris has described his sound as “Mac Miller & Jimi Hendrix’s illegitimate love-child, raised by Tame Impala”. He started on guitar at age 9 and has since developed his chops on drums, bass, and nearly anything a .daw can handle. Andrew consistently pushes the boundaries with his production, offering something brilliantly refreshing; a strangely organic meeting between the old and the new. He likes to call it “Instant Vintage”. With over 14K streams on Spotify, he is ready to release his second single of the summer. “Fairview”.
On “Fairview”, Andrew criticizes the mental processes that discourage progress. Touting a landscape of synthesizer textures, this track oozes nostalgia. The smooth electronic melodics float over the raw yet steady acoustic drum kit. Entirely self-produced, “Fairview” is a looking glass into the sounds that wander Andrew’s mind when producing music without collaborators.
“Fairview” is accompanied by a video produced by The Hazel Effect’s Jacob Tischler. The video’s imagery calls back to the 1950s and the utopian ideologies that saturated American society.
Listen to previously released Floatin’