Sensory Dub Example

by Co La

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ubunoir This is something I imagine Nurse With Wound could record if only they decide to refresh their sound pallete. Favorite track: Sensory Dub Example.
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francolvg amazing hint of pure, minimalistic ambient. Favorite track: Sensory Dub Example.
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Stéfan Németh An experiment in tone, scope, and mood. Abstract long composition that longs to recreate a history of intimacy and sensorial experience. Divided in four major movements: an introduction, a dadaist cascade, an orderly rhetoric, and a valediction. Here the boundaries between music and simple exploration are mostly done with. The artist is not merely trying to re-create from life, he's witnessing a whole unknown life in the making. Favorite track: Sensory Dub Example.
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NewYorkSomething It sounds like a mutant house party.
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‘Sensory Dub Example’ is the newest Co La music since ‘No No’ in 2015, and his first long-form 20 minute piece, presented in digital formats and on a single-sided 12” vinyl. Loosely spanning four movements, each has a heavy oozing atmosphere anchored by a low pulse and deep mechanical textures that constantly build and release tension. Several sections feature ear-tickling whispered vocals; my favorite repeats the line “this stuff smells so good but it doesn’t taste like anything” to confusingly eerie and calming effect, which is indicative of the work as a whole. As the title might suggest, listening closely to ‘Sensory Dub Example’ is like slipping into a miniature sound world; it reminds me of the orchestral term ‘tone poem’ in that it eschews standard album conventions for more enveloping explorations without sacrificing precise arrangement or attention to detail.

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released September 14, 2018

Produced by Co La in 2016
Mixed at Tempo House Studios, Baltimore 2016 & 2017
Engineered by Craig Bowen & Jared Paolini

T.C.O.C. x Flavor & Sound

Visual art by Keith Rankin

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