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Surfing - Surfing (2015)

8-04-2015, 02:47
Music | Electronic | Ambient | House | Techno

Surfing - Surfing (2015)

Artist: Surfing
Title Of Album: Surfing
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: 1080p / 1080P 43
Genre: Techno/House, Experimental, Ambient
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:47:08
Total Size: 104 mb

1. That's Really Cool 05:36
2. Surfing 06:22
3. BBC 04:20
4. She's Not Laughing 01:44
5. Warlock 04:58
6. Creep Freak 04:49
7. Glass Eye 05:00
8. Nice One 03:29
9. Fire 05:49
10. It Doesn't Matter 04:58

Stoner house and lazy crystalline techno from NYC producer Peter Segerstrom aka Portable Sunsets. His new project Surfing rotates around semantic satiation and heavy, pared back, club muscle, pairing absurdity with insanely heavy techno for ten jumped up, raw and colourful tracks.

This self-titled release was made with some eurorack gear, some Max patches and Peter’s voice, repeating a word so many times it doesn't make sense any more against a backdrop of blurry, erudite electronics. These vocals either ride along over ghosted house drift like “Glass Eye” (which somehow builds a weirdly imagistic and darkly comic narrative via it’s vocal repetitions) or serve as straight up rhythmic tool like the more punctuative “BBC” or mechanic and harshly textured “Warlock”. Percussion and basslines are focal but melodies occasionally creep out of the weirdness like Tiga's paranoid, crabby uncle.

Surfing is for large speakers; a claustrophobic slow motion drag through the inside of a drum machine, where echos of Dancemania, Thomas Brinkmann, DJ Assault, DNA, Early Steve Reich tape pieces, Glossolalia, DJ Funk, and science fiction vibes ring out of the periphery alongside his own off-kilter humour and sly outlook.

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