There is a lot of great music coming out of Nashville these days but Basecamp doesn’t sound like Wild Cub, Cherub, Mikky Ekko, or Mona. This is music that traditionally comes from colder climates like Sweden, London or Toronto. “Emmanuel” is dark, slow, and leaves a lot of room to breath. The vocals ride with distance from the plinking percussion and gently droning synths. Wrap yourself in it. Their debut EP comes out next month.