Computer Magic, a blend of Nite Jewel beats with vaguely Best Coast vocals and lyrics, consists of 22-year-old Danz, who is accompanied for live shows by Justin Coles on bass, James Morley on guitar, and Chris Egan on drums. Danz only started recording under the Computer Magic moniker in late 2010 and has already created the EPs Hiding From Our Time and Hiding From More of Our Time. With such prolificness, one would think that the quality of songs would be hit or miss, but alas, Computer Magic puts us all to shame in combining excellence with abundance.

The Hiding From Our Time EP features the notable tracks “Electronic Fences” and "Found Out," while the Hiding From More of Our Time EP includes the profound “Victory Gin,” inspired by George Orwell’s 1984, evidenced by the lyrics, “I feel like I’m going crazy, but maybe it’s just me.”

The ethereal electro sound of Computer Magic's music is unique in that it does not distract from the meaning behind lyrical phrases like, “Electronic fences keeping me inside / I sometimes get restless, but it usually subsides,” which then segue into faster paced songs, like “Grand Junction."

The entire concept of Computer Magic's music is actually encapsulated in the video for "The End of Time," directed by Jesse Jenkins, in which Danz roams the commercial streets of New York in a space suit. Her music will give you that sense of being trapped behind some sort of glass while you watch everyone else around you rush by and wonder what they're so goddamned preoccupied with.

At the moment, Computer Magic is, thank fuck, recording a full-length album that will more than likely be released on the White Iris label (known for supporting Best Coast and Wavves). So, until then, head on over Danz's website to satiate your need for CM's rarefied breed of delightful serenity.