This LP stands as a nice contemporary companion piece to the recently reissued J.D. Emmanuel album from yesterday. Exploring Komische with the same sense of wonder and experimentation, the duo of Jamie Potter and Jason E Anderson construct analog space epics that foam with programmed rhythms and atmospheric sweeps. The duo have crafted small form epics for Gift Tapes and Taped Sounds who've released works by Oneohtrix Point Never, Uton, and James Ferraro and they slip in nicely amongst both those ranks and that of Digitalis' new synth stable. The album is limited to a mere 300 and sure to go fast but definitely running high in the echelon of analog essentials for 2010.
[MP3] Brother Raven - Cartoon Life
[MP3] Brother Raven - Space
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