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Katie Gately debuts on Public Information

Public Information will introduce another unknown artist in the form of Los Angeles-based producer Katie Gately.

A grad student and sound designer at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Gately has been producing music for a little over a year, but has already managed to forge a unique sound that the label describe succinctly as a “prime distillation in computer-music-pop”. Falling somewhere between the icy, high resolution electronic experiments of Holly Herndon and the sunkissed pop of Julia Holter, Gately’s self-titled debut sees her combine her own heavily treated vocals amidst an occasionally bewildering array of sample-based scrapes, cracks and drones that somehow shape themselves into an avant-garde form of pop music, manifesting itself as “Fractured vocalisations, bittersweet harmonies, freaked alien voices all living, breathing in deep fried motherboards of acute computer programming and field sound.”

News of Gately’s debut is another surprising move from Public Information, who have consistently confounded expectations with their releases; this year has already seen the label delivering an excellent remix package seeing various contemporary figures reworking the catalogue of early electronic pioneer F.C. Judd, as well as a dancefloor focused series of releases which began in earnest with IVVVO’s Future EP.

Public Information will release Katie Gately on LP and digital formats on September 2 – you can get an idea of what to expect by consuming the below video  for album cut “Last Day” which was directed by Alexander Stewart.

Tracklisting:

1. Ice
2. Last Day
3. Stings
4. Dead Referee
5. Left Half
6. Stems