Released by (Mush)
Few LA producers are as unpredictable as Daedelus: dude is able to turn roaring '20s tunes into certified jams. The broken techno/Brazilian beat bent of this single is no exception in the 'wtf'' department, especially once Lulu Mushi grabs hold of it and turns out a pounding, plodding power ballad of plucked guitars, rattling drum circles and waking dream vocals.
Released by City Centre Offices
True to its title, this track is as clear as a roll of cellophane'a series of processed clicks and cuts interspersed with wilted piano keys and lonesome guitar chords. Much like Kompakt's prime Pop Ambient artiste Klimek, it's precious, pained, and in constant danger of disappearing in the air like attic dust.