Zach Schimpf produces easy-flowing pop that ranges from the fleeting guitar-led rock of “Movin’ Right Along” to the warm, synth-led twinkles of the more emotive “July”. The St. Louis-based producer and songwriter released his new album, Sleeping, just a few days ago. This is a mere six months after his previous album, Comfortable. Those album titles suggest a serene and blissful sound, which Schimpf produces on efforts like the hazy Radio Dept-inspired “Clairvoyant (Tiger’s Eye)”. But there are moments of hook-laden excitement as well, especially in the album’s first half.