Speed Dealer Moms
TBR: 18th June
Comprised of Aaron Funk, John Frusciante, and Chris McDonald, Speed Dealer Moms offer a snippet of the archives in this heady release. Since their debut ten years ago on Timesig Records, the group have worked with plenty of artists along the way. The titles have been given their usual format of the location and date and number of takes. Delving into the group's own library of memories, SDM-LA8-441-114-211 highlights 3 landmark escapades into collaborative electronic sound. A limited vinyl pressing and digital version are expected to make their way onto the music scene on the 18th of June. With each offering requiring hours of programming and practice, the art of the electronic music maker is made real every time.
LA August 1. The music begins on dapples of synthesiser that quaver and shimmer in subtle harmonies. Extra sounds sweep and scope around, they bubble and stream, a mixing of currents creates a composition of wide and interesting sound. Rhythm finds a niche, scattered beats and angular tempos lean against the barrage of electronic sound that pushes with a strong tidal force. Each passing section reveals new aspects of the composition and ingenious manipulations of synthesised amplitude.
Chunky bass work in unison with retro keyboard as a steady rhythm is unleashed. Slow and punchy beats cascade through the melodious flow. Wandering bass end notes punch the paper-bag as crackles and snares rampage through a steady assault course. Slow and dreamy melody swings through a fog of noises and harmonies that throb and twang with speckles of heavy rhythm. April One 4 throws a huge selection of sounds into a dreamy thundercloud which breaks open and pours its contents onto the room.
April Two 11 begins on a sliding scale of randomness that creaks and bleeps over intentions of sound. Beats flow through broken sections and insect like melodies flutter in as well. Strange mixtures of digital sound collapse in on an ever increasing singularity. Twisting grunts and tribal runs of padded drums rise in waves of motion as other layers dance alone in their own unique world.
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