ANALOG by Peas : a lo-fi, dub, lounge exploration for a post-pandemic world

Album Release Date: July 16, 2021

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Peter McEvilley began producing downtempo electronic music in Los Angeles in 2003 under the name “Peas.”  His first release, “Filters,” debuted at number two on the iTunes electronic music charts.  It was also top ten on college radio.  The album, which was favorably reviewed by critics, utilized several samples from Grammy Award winning artist, Kitaro.

Following the success of the album, McEvilley was hired to write and produce custom music for film and television for ABC, Sony Pictures, CBS Films, Columbia Pictures, and many more.  He was also awarded a gold record for a song he produced on Hilary Duff’s album, “Imagine.” 

Other notable works include the score for the Japanese anime, “Ninja Scroll,” production work on the “Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind,” soundtrack, original scores for several indie films, and custom music for various television commercials.

His latest release, “Analog,” which comes out July 16, 2021, on Domo Music Group, is described by McEvilley as a “lo-fi, dub, lounge exploration for a post-pandemic world.”  The album was recorded at his new studio in the San Francisco bay area during the pandemic.  With the help of modern recording technology, he worked virtually with several vocalists and instrumentalists from around the world.

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