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Dutch Tvashar Plumes

by Lee Gamble

Dutch Tvashar Plumes by Lee Gamble

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Dutch Tvashar Plumes

by Lee Gamble

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After a debut album sourced from the beatless interstices of old jungle mixtapes, Lee Gamble returns with an even more engrossing exploration of the gray area between head and body music. Like Actress, Gamble favors degraded sound sources swathed in tape warble and YouTube hiss -- bell tones and queasy synths are slowed, screwed and stewed into an uneasy gloop, while pings and chirps sketch the outline of techno at its most skeletal. It's as abstract as an equation and as visceral as hunger.

About This Album

After a debut album sourced from the beatless interstices of old jungle mixtapes, Lee Gamble returns with an even more engrossing exploration of the gray area between head and body music. Like Actress, Gamble favors degraded sound sources swathed in tape warble and YouTube hiss -- bell tones and queasy synths are slowed, screwed and stewed into an uneasy gloop, while pings and chirps sketch the outline of techno at its most skeletal. It's as abstract as an equation and as visceral as hunger.

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About This Album

After a debut album sourced from the beatless interstices of old jungle mixtapes, Lee Gamble returns with an even more engrossing exploration of the gray area between head and body music. Like Actress, Gamble favors degraded sound sources swathed in tape warble and YouTube hiss -- bell tones and queasy synths are slowed, screwed and stewed into an uneasy gloop, while pings and chirps sketch the outline of techno at its most skeletal. It's as abstract as an equation and as visceral as hunger.