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ArtDontSleep Presents From L.A. With Love

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ArtDontSleep Presents From L.A. With Love

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Label: Milan Records
This CD offers strong proof that the late-2000s LA underground music scene is vibrant. From the space-age desert psyche of Nobody's "All the Shallow Deep" to the baroque soul of A Race of Angel's "Just Begin," the compilation traffics in rickety, lo-fi head music. It's the sort of basement experimentalism that privileges novelty over polish and is best played in a late-night haze. Madlib pops up with Yesterdays New Quintet for "I Remember John W. Coltrane," and Exile delivers the lanky, goofy "In the Night 22."

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This CD offers strong proof that the late-2000s LA underground music scene is vibrant. From the space-age desert psyche of Nobody's "All the Shallow Deep" to the baroque soul of A Race of Angel's "Just Begin," the compilation traffics in rickety, lo-fi head music. It's the sort of basement experimentalism that privileges novelty over polish and is best played in a late-night haze. Madlib pops up with Yesterdays New Quintet for "I Remember John W. Coltrane," and Exile delivers the lanky, goofy "In the Night 22."

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About This Album

This CD offers strong proof that the late-2000s LA underground music scene is vibrant. From the space-age desert psyche of Nobody's "All the Shallow Deep" to the baroque soul of A Race of Angel's "Just Begin," the compilation traffics in rickety, lo-fi head music. It's the sort of basement experimentalism that privileges novelty over polish and is best played in a late-night haze. Madlib pops up with Yesterdays New Quintet for "I Remember John W. Coltrane," and Exile delivers the lanky, goofy "In the Night 22."