Their blend of complex syncopated rhythms, ground shaking backbeats, and sentimental melodies hits all the sweet spots of a post-rock musical experience- like rocket science meets comfort food, conjuring traces of TV On the Radio, Animal Collective, old-school Michael Jackson, and a night at the symphony.
Conveyor is a Brooklyn-based music project with origins in Gainesville, FL. Their debut EP, Sun Ray, was birthed in the warm embrace of Spring 2011. Brimming with lucid, homey synths layered over acoustic guitars and thick vocal harmonies, the EP announced the band as extraterrestrial bible-thumpers drenched in love, spouting acid-soaked pop unabashed to beam with the simultaneous embrace of life/death realities backed by a polyrhythmic, pulsing backdrop. Following a string of self-released, handmade EPs, they released their debut full-length album in 2012 with Brooklyn’s Paper Garden Records. The album finds the band reaching further into themselves to expand their sonic palette, with lyrics and music representing a testament to our nature and the nature of ourselves. The band toured North America in the Summer of 2012, spending 5 weeks on the road and visiting over 30 cities. They have since played with notable bands such as Freelance Whales, Hundred Waters, Kishi Bashi, Geographer and Port St. Willow, receiving praise from the New York Times, NPR, and others. After appearing on a number of year-end lists for 2012, they are slated to head to SXSW 2013 as an official selection of the festival.