Lo-fi, droney, minimalist guitar stuff in the vein of Lamborghini Crystal/Skaters, the more instrumental moments of U.S. Girls, and the peaked-out tape tones of Haunted Graffiti. Beyond the mysterious shroud of grimey, seemingly appropriated, urban-American imagery, not a whole lot is known on our end about collaborative artists dean blunt and inga copeland, but we're just as happy to have their haunting, hallucinogenic dwellings drip from the Sophomore shelves. (originally released in 2009 as a small-run CD-R, limited to 50 copies w/ screen-printed discs).
supported by 4 fans who also own “HYPE WILLIAMS / PARADISE SISTERS "Crowned Regional Sadat X Awareness Project"”
I can't put into words how it feels to listen to this album. The sensation of increasing anxiety and dread throughout the stages is unique. It makes me want to keep listening and theorizing about what's happening in the songs, especially in the post-awareness stages. D0DGAMES