Sepalcure+B. Acab+Shlohmo+Omar S.
One record that i’m highly anticipating is Sepalcure debut album, I tuned into PercussionLab last month and Praveen dropped a track thats off the LP that I would love to share with all of you. This remix EP will have to surpress my needs until it drops.
The mighty young star of all the goth dreamy music is the TriAngle Records label, their bread and butter Balam Acab has finished his album and Pitchfork shared a single off it today. It sounds like if you slowed down a Disney VHS and tried to match it up with your older sisters R+B cassettes, pretty beautiful stuff.
This Shlohmo album is throws me off, it feels like the serious beat heads just all decide to work with instruments which is nice, lets start separating the musicians from the boys. I kind of love how this song sounds like he left a recorder in his pocket and walked around somewhere like a calm New Orleans street.
Omar S. is honestly very hit or miss, when he’s off it doesn’t just sound amateur and raw but it feels like a loop that was given up on. When Omar S. is nailing it and its stripped down gritty simple techno than i’m all in and maybe even more than the next guy. I love this mixture of James T. Cotton and Sleeparchive on this track, makes me think about how much fun it would be to own a Roland 303.
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A secret friend/lover says:August 17, 2011 at 8:42 pm
Balam Acab does disney, “good teenagers take off their clothes.”
Owen says:August 17, 2011 at 11:44 pm
Really digging the Shlohmo album.
“Trapped In A Burning House” scared the bejesus out of me as I was listening on headphones before bed….
J.P. says:August 18, 2011 at 1:06 pm
I would seriously buy that cover art in t-shirt form. Guessing that’s not possible but email me if it is.
KE says:August 19, 2011 at 6:43 pm
Can any tell me when Sepalcure’s album is going to be released?