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Definitive Gauze EP

  • Artists Pink Skull
  • Release Date 2013-01-21
  • Label My Favorite Robot Records
  • Catalog MFR067
  • Production outfit Pink Skull join the swelling ranks of the My Favorite Robot Record artistroster, dropping a stunning new five track EP of spaced out grooves in 5 distinctly differentflavours... Julian Grefe and Justin Geller have been working together for the best part of a decade now releasing a string of singles and albums that have gained the Pink Skull name a hallowed respect. The duo's shared love of early disco and primitive electronic music has been instrumental in forging their sound and ensured that their take on things is always far from predictable. Now Grefe & Geller have joined forces with Joe Lentini (Schematic, L.I.E.S.) for their latest offering to be released by the everexcellent, Toronto based My Favorite Robot Records, the label that has stormed its way through 2012 with music from the likes of Jori Hulkkonen. Fairmont, Sasse, Tom Demac & Tiger Stripes. The 'Definitive Gauze EP' opens with stunning 'Germ Free Iridscent', an off kilter slice of electronicmusic that taps into elements of techno, ambient, drum & bass and electro whilst never quite being any of the above. Swirling FX and an ever-shifting arrangement give the track an otherworldly feel and help make a record that has a truly unique feel. Second of the five sees Pink Skull shift into acidic techno mood for the rolling rhythms of 'Laotion Size', a track which morphs between a heads down warehouse groove and its quirky electro interludes. 'Primitive, Jelly Covered' comes next with its discordant ethereal synth lines and tape-delayed stabs sitting over a deep insistent backing track, quality stuff. Penultimate title track 'Definitive Gauze' offers up a squelchy slice of techno with some deep, Detroit influences and finally the excellent 'Taupe Heroics' journey into blissful ambient territory with a retro inspired soundscape that conjures up the best of Tangerine Dream, sublime. Another winner from the My Favorite Robot Records team and a great sign of what's to come for 2013, enjoy!

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