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Pink Skull - Huitlacoche (2014)

25-02-2014, 17:20
Music | Electronic | House | Deep House

Pink Skull - Huitlacoche (2014)

Artist: Pink Skull
Title Of Album: Huitlacoche
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: My Favorite Robot
Genre: Electronic, Deep House
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 57:33 min
Total Size: 132 MB


01. Burmese Engines (04:45)
02. Huitlacoche (05:58)
03. Abalone (06:06)
04. Ryryryry (04:39)
05. Backfat (03:21)
06. My Other Feet Is My Car (03:55)
07. Invijt (06:11)
08. Trans Gender Express (04:56)
09. Mutant Comfort (03:31)
10. Carriers (04:14)
11. Detergent Suicides (03:34)
12. Perfect Suites (03:51)
13. Sabayon (03:35)

My Favorite Robot serves up another unique and uncompromising release from Pink Skull, this time in the form of an exclusive vinyl release, months ahead of its digital companion. Energetic analogue forms that are simultaneously playful and moody define the sound of their latest full length Huitlacoche.

Huitlacoche, the group's fourth release, sees its first full length foray with a new pared down line up of Julian Grefe, Justin Geller, and Joe Lentini. Days on end spent tethered to their synths have yielded a purely electronic record; in a way, a return to their roots and a serious step forward.

This line-up has recently made waves with their EPs for MFRR, Throne of Blood, and Days of Being Wild, with each garnering attention across the globe.

The title track kicks off with a serious raw groover, whose ticking, machine made percussion lays down a strong foundation for the dance floor whilst the synth frippery completely takes one's mind away to another place.

'Trans Gender Express' continues in the same vein with molten acid lines set off by gentle, ambient synthscapes. 'Perfect Suites' is a deeper, more elastic affair offering up sublime and surreal synth work that conjures up images of otherworldly perfection.

‘Mutant Comfort' is a trippy melodic free-fall and 'Burmese Engines' is a beatless trip through inner space. All of the releases conjure up the ghosts of synth pioneers past, from warm ambient to proto industrial - all the while keeping their attention focused on the future… and it's all hugely captivating.

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