Clark+Flylo+Vacationer+Foxes In Fiction
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Most people I talk to about Clark always wish that he’d make another Body Riddle style album which makes sense but when I hear Body Riddle all I can think of is that this man is genius and needs to be exploring different work, have his ups and downs and figure out more insanely impressive sounds to mash together.
Yesterday I heard this song by Flying Lotus and wanted to post it, I think it had maybe 1k+ plays on SoundCloud but now it has 33k+ plays which probably means most of you have heard it already BUT its still worthy of a post. Did I read correctly that this is a Massive Attack remix?
I came across Vacationer via D. Gookin’s suggestion and could only find one song that reminds me of the sound that was happening in the early 2000s after The Avalanches record got big, grab this song for FREE on their site.
Haven’t heard much from Foxes In Fiction besides that he is playing in the band Memoryhouse now and this this gem of a remix was shared to the public.
Photo via thebrickhouse
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Brendan says:June 16, 2011 at 11:12 am
I can understand a person liking Body Riddle lot and not liking Turning Dragon at all, but the people not getting down with Totem’s Flare are seriously missing out. I’ve always thought it was a very ambitious album, and in a lot of ways an excellent bridge between Body Riddle and Turning Dragon.
ZACHARY SAGINAW says:June 16, 2011 at 11:23 am
I want that Flylo track to be like 20 minutes long.
Jon says:June 16, 2011 at 12:16 pm
I saw Clark play at Warp 20 in NY and he was brilliant. Totems Flare is definitely his most underrated album.
Patrick Zimmer says:June 16, 2011 at 12:32 pm
I thought Vacationer was a Body Language side project?
Steven says:June 17, 2011 at 8:14 am
That is indeed a Massive Attack remix. A darn goodun, too.
Mintyy says:June 17, 2011 at 9:02 pm
Suppose Design Office for credit on that amazing home. House in Moriyama.