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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Curt Crackrach, aka Nattymari, is a man I don’t know an awful lot about, although I did very much enjoy his side of the ‘80 Minutes of Funk’ split tape he did with Ela Orleans the other month. Now we’ve got a full LP of his computerised glitch-hoppy instrumental vignettes full of unpredictable samples, fluid grooves, and a smattering of special guests, opening with a track ... »

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Lonely Holiday by Curt Crackrach
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
9/10 Mike Staff review, 20 December 2012

Curt Crackrach, aka Nattymari, is a man I don’t know an awful lot about, although I did very much enjoy his side of the ‘80 Minutes of Funk’ split tape he did with Ela Orleans the other month. Now we’ve got a full LP of his computerised glitch-hoppy instrumental vignettes full of unpredictable samples, fluid grooves, and a smattering of special guests, opening with a track featuring some rhyme-spittin’ from Joeyy and closing with a haunty collaboration with Ela Orleans.

Orleans also designed the sleeve, which is an amusing collage of celebrity misdemeanours featuring all your favourite police mugshots and pictures of famous people looking a little the worse for wear. They’re all there, James Brown, Rick James, Kurt Cobain, Elvis, Snoop, Jane Fonda, R Kelly...good luck naming them all! I’m very much enjoying this record although in my sleep-deprived state this morning I’m struggling to adequately describe it. Crackrach mixes up jazzy sampling, horror funk, clicky early Rephlex-ish electronic beats and stuttering melodies to make his own kind of downbeat slightly Madlibby instrumentals which are over pretty fast (there are 19 tracks on this LP) but never feel insubstantial. Brilliant stuff, and with it being a run of 100 I can’t see it being around in our shop very long.


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