Pretty self explanatory track. Anyone who stumbles upon anything by Tobacco is to be pleasantly surprised and cradled in the warm embrace of the groovy jankiness that comes from this talented mind.
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These guys are near and dear to me, as they play the sort of post-Boards of Canada analog synth music that is (truly) psychedelic and seems to yearn for the outdoors despite its synthetic nature. Strap on your vocoder and bandana and come for a frolic through a sunny meadow. This thing breathes and seethes like simmering summer heat blurring off a sidewalk. bvck
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A shallow slice of Rad Cult's stoned bubblegum aesthetic. The Freescha cut is a straightforward dance song that sounds like a late 80's hit being slowed and pitch-shifted. BMSR's contribution is typically stoned, reverby and synthy. Tom Colquhoun