If there is one thing in the world that no one can resist, it’s reggae music. If there is one thing in the world that I cannot resist, it’s a saxophone solo. In fact, I think the rest of the world may be having a thing with sax solos right now, too. I mean, you can’t go wrong when you lather the off-beats thick with reverberating vibes, and then drop a big, fat, juicy, passionate saxophone cherry on top. Oh, wait, yeah you can — big time.
Well anyway, Co La did it the right way with “Egyptian Peaches,” from his debut LP Daydream Repeater, which is to be released by NNA Tapes on November 15. But this sunny feel-good jam is just the soft gooey center to an album that stretches from strung-out industrial avant-garde to organic saxophone trills and cricket recordings. So, put that in your six-foot bong and smoke it.