|1.||"Petwo, Reality Souf Broker" (6:08)|
|2.||"Canal Din (Open Voice)" (5:18)|
|4.||"No One Person Can Ever Be The Center" (5:25)|
|1.||"Slow Dance" (5:03)|
|2.||"Ama Yes Uzume" (6:08)|
|3.||"Time Feel" (4:13)|
|4.||"Teth (Baka)" (4:51)|
It's hard to easily summarize the work of Georgia, AKA New York-based duo Brian Close and Justin Tripp. Like their previous full-length explorations, All Kind Music is a humid affair, with the duo lacing synthesized renditions of traditional Amazonian melodies over humid field recordings, and drum machine rhythms that draw influence from various international musical styles. Throw in eccentric electronics, dub disco basslines, modular bleeps and trippy vocals, and you have a set of tracks that are variously humid, eccentric, experimental and otherworldly, but always hugely enjoyable. You'll also struggle to find a wilder, more intricately programmed new age electro track than "Anhola".
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