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1 review | 2 people love this record: be the 3rd! Aaaarrgggggghhhhhhhh. This is nice. The opening sounds are as soft and lathery as being placed in the human equivalent of a car wash on a hot summers days and then being thrown headfirst into a soft pile of towelling. Guillermo S Herren (formerly Scott) has a new full lengther out this year but this very, very limited CD on Temporary Residence’s ‘Travels in Constants’ series arr ... »

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Travels In Constants Volume 25 by Prefuse 73
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2 people love this record. Be the 3rd!
9/10 Clinton Staff review, 08 April 2015

Aaaarrgggggghhhhhhhh. This is nice. The opening sounds are as soft and lathery as being placed in the human equivalent of a car wash on a hot summers days and then being thrown headfirst into a soft pile of towelling.

Guillermo S Herren (formerly Scott) has a new full lengther out this year but this very, very limited CD on Temporary Residence’s ‘Travels in Constants’ series arrives along to just remind us how much we’ve missed him. The opening track proper ‘Infrared’ is an absolute aural delight and is the match of anything on his groundbreaking albums on Warp. Sam Dew’s vocals sweep and slither through the mix and the warm organ tones have surely been designed purely to soothe my ears.

That track is worth the admission price alone but you get four further tracks proper and a series of between song loops. ‘Damn Effortless Lavender Swim’ does what it says on the tin with some heavily scented wet vocal loops and squelshy beats. ‘Still Pretending’ is like J Dilla in honeyed soup and the closing ‘Broad Plant’ is full of Philip Glass-like piano and organ tones. There’s still loads of stuff I’ve not told you about save to say I’ve enjoyed every millisecond of this.


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