Found this little indietronic jewel the other day while noodling around What.CD’s related artist map. “Ocean”, a light and airy track by Taragana Pyjarama, builds slowly but surely with electric piano and an ambivalent beat until passionately whispered vocals find their way into the five-minute mix about halfway through. The sound of Danish producer Nick Erickson (Taragana Pyjarama), whose debut album is due out on June 18th via Kompakt, is not unlike that of other indie electronic bands like Delorean, Figurine, or Letting Up Despite Great Faults. The difference with Taragana Pyjarama’s sound, however, lies in the overall muted application of what I like to think of as the aural equivalent of soft focus (à laThe Field). The light electronic pop jam from his debut self-titled EP (artwork NSFW) is cloaked throughout in a mellow fluffiness that can’t be as easily described in words as it can be detected via a simple listening session. Do tha right thing, and give this track a quick listen; and if you like the more radio-friendly facet of electronic music, keep your eyes and ears peeled for Tipped Bowls, out on June 18th.