Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland really connect with all the audiophiles out there who only accept FLACs marked with proper ID3 tags. Because in the end, will there really be enough time to listen to all the music we’ve stolen in the last five years? It only makes practical sense in 2012 to focus on the data cataloging and curation; the music itself is best suited for stress-testing your subwoofer, or the quality of the low end on a new pair of Sennheiser HD-25 headphones. It’s comforting when the climax of a song plays through with zero clipping. We’re all safe after all.
So go ahead and test your hardware on the new Blunt/Copeland track “5th horseman” below, though please remember to “watch full screen at 720p HD,” as requested.
Now when is The Narcissist II (TMT Review) going to get released on peppermint swirl vinyl with B-side etching and tip-on Stoughton gatefold sleeve with mastering by Rashad Becker of Dubplates & Mastering? That would sound incredible once uploaded to What.CD with 100% log.
[Update: Like the last track we wrote about, “5th horseman” is gone from YouTube already. Fuckers. Here’s another one that went up yesterday and is still there… the fourth in the “Stalker” series.]