Orange Milk grab an icy, refreshing new Co La album from the pack, Sensory Dub Example, hand you a fresh taste

Orange Milk grab an icy, refreshing new Co La album from the pack, Sensory Dub Example, hand you a fresh taste

I don’t know what kind of beverage you get when you mix Baltimore’s Co La with the ever-magnificent Orange Milk — probably some kind of sludgy float that is at once as opaque as it is intellectually stimulating — but I’m willing to risk whatever level of toxicity involved for just a taste of the former’s sweet new record, Sensory Dub Example, which is out through the latter on September 14. Drink up, drinkers of the world!

Recorded in 2016, the new album consists of a single long-form piece spanning four nebulous movements with “a heavy oozing atmosphere anchored by a low pulse and deep mechanical textures that constantly build and release tension.” It’s Co La’s first new music since 2015’s No No, and it will be available on both digital (conventional) and single-sided 12” vinyl (very-slightly less conventional) formats. Informative!

I know you’re itching for a sip of this stuff, so, uh, just grab an eyeful of the album artwork, designed by Giant Claw’s Keith Rankin, and check out TMT’s exclusive excerpt from the album — followed by that extensive full tracklisting — down below. Beyond that, you’ll just have to keep your browser parked at Orange Milk for ordering info like the rest of us. That’s right: wait it out, waiters of the world!

Sensory Dub Example tracklisting:

01. Sensory Dub Example

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