New Music on the Minimalisitc Front:

Pink-Skull-650There is a comforting embrace to be found in the darkness, and it can be found in Pink Skull. The Philadelphia-based analogue project just released their latest full-length album ‘Huitlacoche’. The album, released on My Favorite Robot Records, was available exclusively on vinyl, but you can purchase it on digital format here.

Pink_Skull_FrontCover_FINAL-575x575Cited as a “metallic, liquid, and raw affair, delving into urban landscapes and deep space industrial wastelands” by the carrying label, we couldn’t agree more. As a trio of musicians wielding analogue synthesizers, this band combines mechanical and organic worlds into one neon existence. These guys are connected to the music the entire time they are playing it, shaping the sounds right in front of you. It takes a particular breed of talent to master the patient and progressive methods of beat making associated with the Minimal House genre. It’s all about taking one theme and carefully developing it over time, pushing each individual layer to their evolutionary limits. By carefully altering the depth and texture of the sounds themselves, the right artists can sink further and further into a a limitless abyss. Pink Skull is a group of gentlemen who possess these characteristics at a DNA level.

> Purchase/preview ‘Huitlacoche’ here.

> Also check out the “Music To…Escape To” Mixtape, released as a precursor to the album, here.

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Posted on March 2, 2014, in Album Reviews, Releases and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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