Manatee Commune, AKA Grant Eadie, infuses his beats with the lush sounds of the Pacific Northwest landscape that surrounds his native Bellingham. Clattering drums hum alongside the chatter of birds, the trickle of rain, and the billowing of wind chimes, creating gorgeous soundscapes that could score future episodes of Planet Earth. On his newest release, "Clay", Eadie's pop sensibility shines through, showcasing his bright and compact production. Marina Price lends her smooth, smoky vocals to yet another Manatee Commune track that is bound to invoke the nostalgia of a youthful summer dream.
A nationally aired interview with NPR, being listed as the best electronic artist in Seattle by the Seattle Weekly, performing live in studio at KEXP, being named a favorite by CMJ. It's safe to say Manatee Commune has been staying busy over the past year. Besides the self release of his debut record the last year has largely been spent honing his live performance at festivals like Decibel, Bumbershoot, Capitol Hill Block Party, Sasquatch, What The Festival, & Bonnaroo. Available from 18.03.2016