Khaki Blazer: Moontan Nocturnal tape (Hausu Mountain, 2015)

October 7, 2015 at 9:22 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Khaki Blazer: Moontan Nocturnal tape

Khaki Blazer: Moontan Nocturnal tape

Downright bizarre (and long, at 70 minutes) beat tape from Pat Modugno of Moth Cock. Starts out sounding like an extra tape-fried Madlib mix, but then it just goes off in too many strange directions to keep track of. At one point it sounds like Pacman trying to eat a crunk drum machine beat, before it erupts into silly, sinister pitchshifted laughter. A few hip-hop and reggae samples poke their way in, and it’s hard to tell if they’re being interrupted or if they’re interrupting everything else. So many dimensions to this one, it’s unreal. Try to make sense of it yourself.

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