Dean Blunt Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Similar to Dean Blunt:
John Maus, Yves Tumor, Julia Holter, Arca, Arthur Russell, Actress, Laurel Halo, Dedekind Cut, Carla dal Forno, Delroy Edwards, Inga Copeland, Babyfather
Dean Blunt is known for his genre-hopping and maverick approach to making music. He was previously one half of the duo Hype Williams. Delroy Edwards is from L.A. but now lives in New York and has previously work with Ron Morelli, found of the L.I.E.S. label. The pair met in the desert for a musical face-off in 2017. Here, in these grooves is what went down. LP on L.A. Club Resource.
- Vinyl LP (LACR 024)
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Dean Blunt & Joanne Robertson
Originally only released on social media this is the first time on vinyl for this 2014 collaboration between Dean Blunt (Hype Williams, Babyfather etc) and visual/folk artist Joanne Robertson. Robertson is a frequent Blunt collaborator featuring memorably on his The Redeemer LP. Vinyl only. No download.
Relentless prankster Dean Blunt reappears with an album he allegedly recorded in a Moscow hotel room. The ten tracker has been released without much fanfare but expect it to sell out in an instant. These pieces are said to be more in tune with earlier works such as The Redeemer with downbeat, fractures songs topped off by Blunts unmistakeable mumble.
2 brand new Dean Blunt tunes right here, back to back on a limited 180g 12" vinyl on World Music. Or should we call him, Dean So Many Blunts He Presses 420 Copies Of His New Record. It's his first new solo material proper since Black Metal, and just listen to that A side track - it's Blunt at his most peaceful, with cyclic vocal samples intertwining with breezy guitar and warm chords.
After several years off pursuing their own projects, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland are back with a new album as Hype Williams. Except they aren't, as the press release reckons neither of them are involved. Or are they? The woozy, disjointed music they previously concocted has spawned lots of imitators but now we get the real thing. Or do we?
Dean Blunt continues to be the world's most intelligent and infuriating artist on 'Black Metal', another record that reinvents the wheel when it comes to avant-garde -- it's a feeling, not a discipline. This record feels compellingly sparse, and '50 Cent' -- the single taken for this special 12" -- is proof of that, focusing on an emotive vocal exchange and sparkly, out-of-focus guitars.
This probably isn't the new Bathory album. Dean Blunt, previously of Hype Williams fame, is becoming one of the most singular voices and visionaries in what we would probably call 'experimental' music. He makes records that traverse genre after genre until they all diminish (seriously, though -- 'The Redeemer' is voicemail-core, with plenty of diversions into funk, vaporwave and folk). His newest work is called 'Black Metal', but continues to mix, match and create new sounds that feel both detached and intimate.
- Vinyl Double LP (RTRADLP725)