Renowned producer PACES has teamed up with emerging star Cloe Terare for an eight-track mixtape 'Ghosts' that's an alluring mix of lofi hip hop and modern pop.
‘Ghosts’ drops today and by the sounds of it, PACES – who has a reputation as an excellent talent spotter – has found the next big thing with the enthralling vocals of Terare.
Together they call themselves Dayliites and it’s easy to see why the duo make an excellent pairing, with a sumptuous mix of talent and naivety through lo-fi and bedroom pop – a combination described as precise and effortless. Dayliites have been working together for quite some time and you can hear that fluidity throughout the mixtape, which justifies the hefty anticipation its created over the preceeding months.
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PACES will be well-known to many, racking up over 35 million streams and producing beats for the likes of Tkay Maidza, Safia, Parachute Youth and Sampology.
Terare, on the other hand, is fast-forging a glowing reputation for her brooding pop after emerging from Tawoomba in 2019 and racking up considerable praise for her debut EP Burn Book last year, featuring tracks stretching all the way back to 2018 that showcase her growing maturity as an artist.
“It was awesome to connect with Cloe for this project,” PACES said.”I’d been making these cute lofi instrumentals for a while and had been looking for the right singer to start a group with.
“Cloe and I just clicked and really dove into the Dayliites sound. We spent a few weeks doing writing sessions and recording vocals which was just such a fun, effortless time. I love working on larger projects where you can comprehensively explore a particular sound. I’m so glad I got to do that with Cloe, she is an absolute superstar.”