There’s an arresting sadness in the two note riff that forms the basis of Frank Leone’s new song ‘Huffing Paint’.
Fatima pushes the boundaries of music in the most intelligent and appealing ways.
A definite relish for the more elemental funk sampling of nineties rap.
An experiment in form and formlessness that presents ‘Afterglow’ in a totally new light.
They are the kind of group where each release feels like a cultural event, and each song like a movement of a larger work.
The song presents another mesmerizing iteration of the young group’s wholly unique concept of groove and production aesthetic.
Sounds like every emotional train wreck of a night ever.
A wtf in the face of anyone expecting him to stick to the easy breezy gratification found in ‘Swamp’ or his ‘Dans la Radio’ remix.
The only complaint you could hurl at it is that it’s over far too quickly, but then there’s always the ‘replay’ button…
A timeless message that feels particularly salient right now.