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House of Woo

by Maxmillion Dunbar

House of Woo by Maxmillion Dunbar

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House of Woo

by Maxmillion Dunbar

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Label: RVNG Intl.
The machines are alive on Maxmillion Dunbar's House of Woo, an album so bursting with electric current it's as if the wires themselves were singing. The D.C. producer grounds his productions in the crisp drum programming of vintage house music, but the music is equally informed by R&B's glassy synths, boom-bap hip-hop's lonely sense of space and free jazz's limitless sprawl. Crafted in live jam sessions, his cuts often feel on the verge of spinning out of control, but their strong tonal center keeps them grounded. Best summed up on "Loving the Drift," it's a hopeful, benevolent sound.

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The machines are alive on Maxmillion Dunbar's House of Woo, an album so bursting with electric current it's as if the wires themselves were singing. The D.C. producer grounds his productions in the crisp drum programming of vintage house music, but the music is equally informed by R&B's glassy synths, boom-bap hip-hop's lonely sense of space and free jazz's limitless sprawl. Crafted in live jam sessions, his cuts often feel on the verge of spinning out of control, but their strong tonal center keeps them grounded. Best summed up on "Loving the Drift," it's a hopeful, benevolent sound.

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About This Album

The machines are alive on Maxmillion Dunbar's House of Woo, an album so bursting with electric current it's as if the wires themselves were singing. The D.C. producer grounds his productions in the crisp drum programming of vintage house music, but the music is equally informed by R&B's glassy synths, boom-bap hip-hop's lonely sense of space and free jazz's limitless sprawl. Crafted in live jam sessions, his cuts often feel on the verge of spinning out of control, but their strong tonal center keeps them grounded. Best summed up on "Loving the Drift," it's a hopeful, benevolent sound.