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Mild High Club is the home for the musical output of Alexander Brettin, a jazz-schooled musician transplanted from the Midwest to Los Angeles. Premiered originally via Stereogum, they write of the blissed out psych track, "it feels like a lost '60s tune, each note sustained with a twirl of vibrato creating an elongated nonchalant West Coast vibe... it's sweet, in all senses of the word."Recording with a Fostex 4-track cassette recorder, MacBook, 12-string electric guitar, PortaSound keyboard, bass, drum machine, software instruments "and whatever was lying around, Brettin began recording Timeline in 2012. In addition to the pure pop of singer-songwriter Todd Rundgren, sixties psych wields an obvious influence over Mild High Club's music. Brettin strips away the opulence and over-the-top arrangements and oddball tomfoolery commonly associated with it in favor of phased melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Mild High Club recently toured with post-punk pioneers Wire and has shared the stage with the likes of Mac DeMarco, Ariel Pink and Mikal Cronin. This summer, he'll embark on a string of North American and European dates with King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, so make sure you catch KCRW's "local artist we love" with the "woozy dream pop" sound that has NME excited.