Teen Daze

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Teen Daze
Birth nameJamison Isaak
OriginAbbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
Genres
Years active2010–present

Teen Daze is the stage name for solo Canadian electronic musician Jamison Isaak[1] originally from Abbotsford, British Columbia.

His first albums were released in 2010, attracting the attention of online music press outlets such as Pitchfork Media.[2] Signing with Lefse Records, he released the full-length All of Us Together in 2012,[3] followed quickly by Glacier in 2013. On his 2015 John Vanderslice-produced album Morning World, Teen Daze shifted from an electronic-driven style with elements of chillwave, house, and ambient to more of an indie pop sound, adding his own vocals.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums
  • My Bedroom Floor (self-released, 2010)
  • Four More Years (self-released, 2010)
  • The Inner Mansions (Lefse Records, 2012)
  • All of Us Together (Lefse, 2012)
  • Glacier (Lefse, 2013)
  • Morning World (Paper Bag Records, 2015)[5]
  • Themes for Dying Earth (Flora, 2017)[1]
  • Themes for a New Earth (Flora, 2017)
  • Bioluminescence (Flora, 2019)
EPs
  • Beach Dreams (self-released, 2010)
  • A Silent Planet (Waaga Records, 2011)
  • Reinterprets Selections From "Mend" By Geotic (Cultus Vibes, 2011)
  • Tour EP (self-released, 2011)
  • A World Away (Plancha Records, 2015)
  • Rainwater Coffee (self-released, 2015)
  • Pure Water (Inspired by 'The Outlaw Ocean' a book by Ian Urbina) (self-released, 2020)
  • Reality Refresh (self-released, 2020)
  • Reality Refresh 2 (self-released, 2020)
  • Reality Refresh 3 (self-released, 2020)
  • Reality Refresh 4 (self-released, 2020)
  • Breathing Tides (self-released, 2021)


Singles

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Fallon, Patric (February 7, 2017). "Themes for Dying Earth Review". Pitchfork Magazine. Retrieved February 8, 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Review of Four More Years EP, Pitchfork
  3. ^ Review of All Of Us Together, Tiny Mix Tapes
  4. ^ Review of Morning World, The A.V. Club
  5. ^ First Listen, NPR