The Skegg project isn’t shrouded in all that mystery, more like that guy from Home Improvement whose face you could never see. Based on various easily-gathered clues, this appears to be a collaborative effort between Osaka’s Luka Uemura and Shiga’s Egypt Zacca. The possibly-maybe duo posted a new demo track to their SoundCloud today, a haunting piano number turned into a rush of piano keys and feathery electronics. Seeing as it’s a demo, there isn’t much to “Fitzgerald” at the moment, but what Skegg has jotted down so far sounds so promising it’s worth hearing. Listen below.
If you need something more fleshed out, give Skegg’s “Inorganic” a play as it’s not a work in progress. Skegg’s formula seems to be a mashing of electro-bleeping with flourishes of piano, though the prior certainly dominates (and potentially lends to the title). It ends with a sprinkling of 8-bit pops and then just stops. Listen below.