Fake Chapter Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Arms And Sleepers complete their celebrations of their first decade with a brand new album, Life Is Everywhere. This is a socially-aware set of jazzy old-school hip-hop tracks that delves into the details of our dark present day. Featuring guest spots from Airøspace and Serengeti. Double LP on the Fake Chapter label.
Arms and Sleepers wake from their contented sleep to release their debut record of ambient-leaning electronica and instrumental hip hop. It's called 'Bliss Was It In That Dawn To Be Alive', and it is excessively chilled out, its atmospheres modestly conjured from subtle keyboard motifs and hushed beats. Take it easy.
'Swim Team' is the newest record from the delightfully sonorous Arms and Sleepers, who make music that evokes all the good sleepy-time genre signifiers: chillwave, trip-hop, electronica, good vibes. 'Swim Team' uses soft percussion, comforting glitch pop samples and pleasant vocal motifs. Recommended for fans of Baths' happier days making 'Cerulean'.