On vinyl for the first time, here we have Lifeworld from Moon B. Lifeworld is an electronic collection of funk, world and synth samples, mashed intricately into a groovy, ever changing album of fun tunes which blend genres and styles. For fans of similar electronic groove makers such as Max Graef, this is an album of many moods but always great fun.
LP £14.99 GBR 004
LP on Growing Bin Records.
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This, like Lnrdcroy’s ‘Much Less Normal’, started off as a wee tape on 1080p before being bumped up to waxed royalty by the folks at Growing Bin Records, Wes Gray you lucky boy. Luck plays no part however, as LA-based Gray has an adept hand when it comes to knitting together journeys through short blips of various funky/bouncy styles viewed through the lens of lo-fi, ‘found’ bits of music aka samples that he’s sourced from fuck knows where. His cratedigging has resulted in a proper old style beat tape of an LP, flitting skilfully between a fuzzy rare disco groove here and a dreamy slow churn there. It’s unpolished state almost makes it seem that the music has written itself, ghosts of the popular music culture that spawned it, the creator merely a conductor. Of beats. “play for 16 bars” he mutters. “add echo, land softly” - the orchestra responds accordingly. Hazy aftersun music for hazy aftersun people.
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