PALA ZOLO is the decadent musical project of Lawrence, Kansas originating artist, Eric Davis. And as you listen to the single ‘Up North’, the blend of synth and drums, create a lively and tasty ambience that is groovy and uplifting, at the same time. The glow of the project signifies a dedication to his Sicilian heritage, taking the name of a small Sicilian village.
‘Up North’ is the distinct deference, within a world of infection of the senses and of the consciousness. With delicious synth, marking points of the bass line, the outer-reaches of space, come full circle to a defying definition. The beautifully constructed essence of the song, reveals a classic notion for electronic music, with a prevalent trip back into an early 2000’s electronica, mixed with the antithetical but amplified pragmatism for the grand and of the surreal.
An uplifting awakening for the senses.
The project was born out as a way of expanding his creative urges, away from his more rock based band HEMBREE. PALA ZOLO is the henchman and the ire for the significance that he feels from here to then – a departure and a return to home-base, of a sort.
With good friend and producer Joel Martin, the two had gone on and experimented with their synth sound and textures that Eric wanted out of the whole affair.
In 2018, he’d published his single ‘House Plant & 40K’. Now, in 2019, the outfit will debut with their EP under THE RECORD MACHINE label out of Kansas City.