by Sex Worker
Released: Nov 2010
Label: Not Not Fun
The Not Not Fun roster can be split into two camps: the psychedelic explorers (Sun Araw, High Wolf, Umberto) and the psych-o-delic crooners (LA Vampires, Maria Minerva). Sex Worker (born Daniel Martin-McCormick) belongs to the latter. The title Waving Goodbye could refer to the departure of his sanity. He sounds like a sexually tormented mental patient who happens to own a cheap Yorx sound system and a karaoke machine loaded with synth pop. It's all very post-James Ferraro weirdness. Nevertheless, the record is one engaging listen, like a war of attrition you can't seem to walk away from.
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