Khaki Blazer: Coco Nara Deezer LP (Experimedia, 2016)

December 18, 2016 at 4:21 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Khaki Blazer: Coco Nara Deezer LP

Khaki Blazer: Coco Nara Deezer LP

Pad Modugno of Moth Cock goes all out for another strange jumble of lopsided rhythms, cartoon noises, and barely assembled samples. The track title “Drum and Bastard” says a lot — this is like Luke Vibert but even more jokey and twisted. And then that’s only part of it. There’s trunk-rattling beats with squishy, pitch-shifted samples piled on, there’s honks, there’s bubbles, there’s animal noises. There’s bicycle bells and cut-off thoughts. As one of the samples tries to say, “don’t think about it too much”. I was going to end this review by saying something like “Get BLAZED” but that would be way too douchey. Instead I will just remark that the album’s Bandcamp page lists footwork and juke as tags, but this is like footwork if your limbs are twisted (not necessarily broken).

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