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Solipsism by Elvis Herod

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Released:May 10th, 2017
Length:00:35:56

 

An eight-fingered fistful of electronic compositions by Mr Herod. Track 3 includes some handsome vocals by Jess Rickaby. Track 4 includes samples of some old folk music recordings. Track 6 uses dialogue from the film Naked Lunch, as well as a strong and stable recording of UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Track 7 is Herod’s version of an Orbital tune (of the same name).

This album is dedicated to Liz Berg (WFMU). Thank you Liz! P.S Gas is not a dish. I have no idea what I mean, either.


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darbycostello on 05/10/17 at 10:55AM
This album has a whole spectrum of tasty daftness to offer. Throw in a smattering of North-East English folk songs, an uncanny comparison between Theresa May and William Burrough's Dr Benway and an electric Orbital cover, and you have that perfect recipe for causing you to black out, only to wake up covered in blood and the entrails of the far-right, whom we all presumed to have died after the coal mines closed. Thanks for the music, Herod!
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