Vinyl LP £18.49 KSR57
LP on Kill Shaman.
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This is one of those records where you can clearly identify influences and yet the finished product is entirely their own. 'I'm So Cold' is the debut LP from Los Angeles duo Erik Frydenborg and Ernest Gibson and what a glorious mess it is. From the primitive/ crude but functional drum machine rhythms to the stuttering Suicide circa Frankie Teardrop stylings of 'Clear Thing'.
There's a real warm DIY basement spirit to these jams coupled with some excellent songwriting. Both grubby and psychedelic it has a very organic feel despite the electronic sounds. I think the industrial rhythms give it a really appealing fucked up caveman quality. The pace of the record is really laid back too, it has a dubby head nodding stoner vibe and although they use a ton of effects they still manage to find space and keep things from getting too cluttered, letting the effects complement the sounds rather than swamping them. This is totally well worth checking out if you seek some weird druggy psychedelic post industrial goo with the odd catchy tune.
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