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About Port Blue

Port Blue is the alter ego of Adam Young, better known as the emo-leaning electro-pop sensation Owl City. In contrast to Owl City's skittering, sparkling electronic pop, Port Blue explores more sedate tempos and dusky orchestration, veering between ambient music and simple neo-classical sketches. Port Blue's melodic sensibility often recalls a less virtuosic George Winston, drawn in bold, unabashedly emotive piano lines, but Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada's influence can be felt in rolling breakbeats and plangent synthesizers.

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Listen toPort Blueon Napster

Port Blue is the alter ego of Adam Young, better known as the emo-leaning electro-pop sensation Owl City. In contrast to Owl City's skittering, sparkling electronic pop, Port Blue explores more sedate tempos and dusky orchestration, veering between ambient music and simple neo-classical sketches. Port Blue's melodic sensibility often recalls a less virtuosic George Winston, drawn in bold, unabashedly emotive piano lines, but Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada's influence can be felt in rolling breakbeats and plangent synthesizers.

About Port Blue

Port Blue is the alter ego of Adam Young, better known as the emo-leaning electro-pop sensation Owl City. In contrast to Owl City's skittering, sparkling electronic pop, Port Blue explores more sedate tempos and dusky orchestration, veering between ambient music and simple neo-classical sketches. Port Blue's melodic sensibility often recalls a less virtuosic George Winston, drawn in bold, unabashedly emotive piano lines, but Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada's influence can be felt in rolling breakbeats and plangent synthesizers.

About Port Blue

Port Blue is the alter ego of Adam Young, better known as the emo-leaning electro-pop sensation Owl City. In contrast to Owl City's skittering, sparkling electronic pop, Port Blue explores more sedate tempos and dusky orchestration, veering between ambient music and simple neo-classical sketches. Port Blue's melodic sensibility often recalls a less virtuosic George Winston, drawn in bold, unabashedly emotive piano lines, but Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada's influence can be felt in rolling breakbeats and plangent synthesizers.