SIIIIIIIIIIIGH for one more g’aught damn time. Ya huuurd that Sunup Diskette Romances tape IRL-style? ‘Cause at first glance, it looks like a C60, but turns out the music plays for about 10 minutes, and then it’s about 55 minutes of silence, which I raw mic-recorded over with two AM stations meshing together while driving along the harbor. Yet, here comes release #2 for Diskette Romances this year, entitled Keys To The Suite, and it’s slightly longer than the self-titled. It’s the same old-style elevator [slash] office bathroom jamming. “Champagne in Hong Kong” is my personal favorite, defining exactly what I think Diskette Romances sounds like: dingy post-consumer aura’d ambiance that breaks into searing paradise, while “slush” closes the Suite’s program on the exact note it started on. That note being consummately developed around something once listened to, as if Keys To The Suite has been played in your head before but you’re not quite able to put your finger on it. Push>pinch>plop>flush and download the new joint from Diskette Romances meow!
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