Atlanta’s very own Dog Bite, the one-man synth/sampling project of Phil Jones, recently released his debut single, “Machino Machino,” on Young Turks. It’s fairly reminiscent of his earlier work, particularly in the line of my personal favorite, “Indian Houses,” which I posted back in April.
Phil had been playing some shows with Washed Out, and opened for Gobble Gobble in late August, so I was hoping that he was making his way back into the business. And it’s always great to see a local artist getting some much deserved attention, so this one is a special treat for me. Grab the new single and “Indian Houses” below, and you can also download his Owls and Eyes EP here.
"Late Key" is the debut track from Veux, a collaboration between Dog Bite (Phil Jones) and Matthew David, head of Leaving Records. It’s a washed out, atmospheric synth gem with vocal loops and bubbly ascensions that will leave you craving some more “summertime BBQ jam-a-lam.”
I would like to thank my friend Jacob Olson for showing me this. Atlanta local Phil Jones makes warm, reverb heavy music under the title Dog Bite. The looped guitar and removed, echoey vocals make “Indian Houses” a perfect pre-summer tune. You can download his entire “The Owls and Eyes” [EP] right here.