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|1.||"Interluudis Casaforti" (0:51)|
|2.||"No Trepidation" (5:58)|
|4.||"At The Front" (Draped version) (6:26)|
|1.||"Empty Peculiar" (6:46)|
|2.||"The Mechanism" (5:32)|
|1.||"Little Middle Grinder" (7:59)|
|2.||"The Flag" (6:56)|
|3.||"Peculiar" (reprise) (2:44)|
On Drape, veteran Belgian producer Geoffroy Mugwump continues to explore the middle ground between electronic music and left-of-centre rock. He's been here before, of course, with 2016's Unspell beginning this dramatic shift from new beat and cosmic disco-influenced pastures. The album was recorded over nine months with the assistance of Mugwump band members Stephane Fedele (bass), Thomas Stadnicki (guitars) and Lukas Melville (drums). As a result, the majority of the tracks draw greater influence from shoegaze, psychedelic rock, new wave, post-punk and '80s indie-pop, with Geoffroy's beguiling electronics and gravelly half-spoken, half-sung vocals catching the ear throughout. The fact that the whole thing works so well and makes perfect sonic sense is testament to Geoffroy's growing confidence in his hybrid, left-of-centre approach.
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