Synthus, the new album from Seabat, was released this month on Beer On The Rug.

From Decoder Magazine:
"Synthus is less soundscapes and more sculpted 'objects'...'The Hotdog Man' has time to take a few hairpin turns, built on a heady beat and unexpectedly closed out by a satisfying 'uga chaka' and guitar shred."

From No Smoking Media:
"Descriptors commonly thrown around are vaporwave and post-internet. Seabat’s music could certainly be described by these labels, but that’s reductionist – [their] music is ambient sound design, incarnated in a dreamy long-form composition."

From Ghost FM:
"...meditative experimental Zipcoaster ride in a water park that through a deliberate shift reaches a static end on a solitary sandy beach."

From Tiny Mix Tapes:
"We find ourselves in this music, suddenly, in the late afternoon, as the shadows lengthen around a city plaza; the only person in the plaza, an immigrant with a hot dog stand, checks his T-Mobile Galaxy phone for a text from his wife, who just gave birth to twin girls."

Stream and purchase the digital album from Beer On The Rug here.

Pick up one of our limited run CDs from