After years of performing and touring with indie rock band Snowmine, drummer Alex Beckmann decided to start his own experimental project titled MMBLR.
MMBLR began to mumble (get it?) his voice accompanied with small drums, beat up guitars, old synths, bottles and cans. Electronically layered sounds became a cultivation of moody grooves as a meditative experience of sound.
MMBLR embodies ambient influences with rock, trip hop, folk and world music - creating an inviting and rather adventurous sense of familiarity in its music.
Light and breezy “That Breeze” tells a personal story,
Sending me shivers
Down my spine
Is it coming or leaving?
Am I going to make you mine?”
MMBLR recalls “I wrote this song on a perfect spring day after meeting the woman who would soon become my wife.”
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