Golden Living Room

“Come Home”

Nobody is more ready for the eccojam fade-out more than Golden Living Room. Pretty much surrounded in the decay of everything swan-song, Golden Living Room provides listeners with the new single “Come Home” from the upcoming WELCOME HOME EP on Dream Catalogue™ and TAHRC this August. Samples here are skinned alive, stretched to oblivion, and now hover in ghost form, matching what he fellah done-did last year with Plug In, Drop Out. And as a lingering haze, “Come Home” seems to fit the exact feeling of being trapped in Silent Hill’s more peaceful areas, as most of Golden Living Room sounds (and if not directly sampled from) a variety of video games. Grip WELCOME HOME EP from Dream Catalogue™ and/or TAHRC, and live the virtuality Golden Living Room is beckoning everyone to “Come Home” and experience for themselves.

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“None Above”

My room-mates probably hate me for blastin’ B L A C K I E… ALL CAPS WITH SPACES on the regular, but what can you do? It’s music that deserves to be played loud as fuck. I mean, headphones are an option of course, provided you’d like a perforated eardrum or two.

This morning I was in rare douche form: at about 7 AM I was poppin’ off this new B L A C K I E… ALL CAPS WITH SPACES joint, “None Above” in my tiny-ass room. Much to the dismay of the rest of the household. But holy moly, this one’s a straight bone-shatterer, done left me with my jaw on the floor! I had to literally pick my jaw up and close my mouth shut with my hands! It’s a tough one to swallow, certainly, but there’s just something fucking gorgeous about this track. I like it like that though, first thing in the morning, a few rusty nails mixed in with my Froot Loops. I know that’s how B L A C K I E… ALL CAPS WITH SPACES likes his cereal.

IMAGINE YOURSELF IN A FREE AND NATURAL WORLD could be dropping any day now, there’s no release date as of yet, but keep your eyes peeled for that. Perpetuate the real.

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Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!! Richy-Rich got those gooooood ass party tunes! Go on and dip your toe into TAPE4. The water’s fine. Seriously. It’s a hot-tub of 80’s sleaze-grooves, 404 hiss, and thick drums, so you know, it’s, like, a beat tape. Except it’s digital. Get it? Uh-huh. _gold. And if you need more coaxing as to why TAPE4 is the cat’s pajamas, take another look at the kid lampin’ on the album cover and then try to tell me you don’t want to listen this? Can’t? Thought so.

Bonus: if you haven’t yet, check out RITCHRD’s live collaboration with DONGOLDMAN from ealier this year. :D


Galcher Lustwerk

Road Hog - D. W. B. (previews)

Let’s consider your car as an Arendtian “space of appearance” for a second. It makes a lot of sense – public and private spheres melding, you know – the space of appearance: “where I appear to others as others appear to me, where folks exist not merely like other living or inanimate things, but to make their appearance explicitly.” The road is a polis! The car/road dichotomy is our political condition (free, constrained, private, public), most of the time; most of the time we are STRAIGHT chilling, straight jamming, heads-a-nodding, feeling our own condition fully. Things can get heady in the car. It might be because there’s that small sense of danger that someone may be watching you while you cruise into new thoughts. In this way, the car is a little like the club – dancing AS cruising, the club AS freedom highway, Galcher Lustwerk AS “the groove” AND the soundtrack to your ride home.

THUSLY, since Galcher Lustwerk is (IMO) the introspective king of the club, he is also king of the car. Well, he’s about to claim the throne with Road Hog - D. W. B., an EP especially constructed for your car. With track titles like “The FUCK Outta My Lane,” “Abuse These Streets,” and “Freedom” I can only guess he will be coaxing us listeners to behave in our vehicles the way he convinced us to behave on “Put On” (“Everybody on/ Everybody on/ Everybody stoned/ Everybody doing the things they only did alone”). Let me tell you, driving is about to get SO chill – chill enough to where the club BECOMES the car, where we can all party alone careening in a hunk of steel, an Arendtian HONDA down the highways of the night.

Scope a (preview) for the whole Road Hog - D. W. B. EP by Galcher Lustwerk below and get ready, the full release is “coming eventually….”

#made for the car.

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