Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Emperor X has the mid-90's lo-fi indie sound DOWN. If you can remember a scene where All The Nations Airports qualified as a POP breakthrough with any modicum of nostalgia (or if you're in one now), check out the dude's site. Lots of mp3s, tour dates, dream diaries. Quite satisfying. It's all very Up Records, very my freshman year of college, hearing the older DJs talk with anticipation about the new Satisfact album (I can't even remember what Satisfact sounded like now). He even named his album Central Hug/Friendarmy/Fractaldunes. He might have a better sense of song structure and pacing than many of his predecessors, which would explain why I'm actually enjoying listening to this in 2005. Alert Tape Op!

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