EXCLUSIVE: M. Vaughan ‘All Good’ Track Debut

Today, we are debuting a new track from Lisbon via New York artist M. Vaughan, ‘All Good’ is taken from his new EP ‘Keep In Touch’ , out today on Audio Antihero. With enveloping textures, hazy melodies and propelling beats it’s a meditive moment of positivity and clarity, from this fresh record.

M. Vaughan grew up playing in Indie Rock bands before spending a decade crafting Electronic music, with his productions on labels like FreerangeMonologues, and his own Super Tuff imprint earning praise from top publications and DJs alike. In 2021 he relocated to Berlin but soon began to feel detached from the Dance scene.

Drawing on early inspirations from back home like The MicrophonesMark Kozelek, and Alex G, he began working on the ‘Keep in Touch’ EP. After relocating to Lisbon in 2023, Vaughan continued to experiment with his sound, merging elements of his club music foundations with influences from genre-bending acts like Mount KimbieTirzah, and Blood Orange‘Keep in Touch’ is Vaughan’s full-circle musical coda, a portrait of an artist in metamorphosis, with his heartache hanging out while stepping into the uncertain once again.

‘Keep in Touch’ EP Artist Quote:

“This record is about these past few years of transition, trying to reckon with my own musical roots while making sense of life abroad, and eventually landing in a new place and making it home…The songs on this record are a fusion of my experience as a dance music producer and rock songwriter. Compared to True Life, my last LP as M. Vaughan, they’re more songs than tracks. Even if they have more of a pop structure, I couldn’t help but bust out the synthesizers and fuck up some samples—I use the tools of electronic music to make rock songs.“ – M. Vaughan


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