Thursday 17 March 2016

Hangin' Around

Jack Tworkov - Thusday (1960)

Feelin' a little trip hop hip hop this time, picked out some things that have been tickling my fancy this mornin'. Starting with a lil' something from Scattle, a bit of a departure from the synthwavey-y stuff of his I've posted before but there's still hints of that slightly menacing vibe there. It's a short one but sweet as, can't get enough of that bass.

Throwback from one of the many music side projects under David Firth's belt. This one has been a long standing favourite of mine; I understand why vocals are sparse in his Toybox work compared to say the folk styling of the Grape Digging Sharon Fruits but his long time pal Christian (AKA Crust) did a solid job here.

And finally yet another tune drilled into my skull, which I mean in the nicest way possible. The times I've heard it must number almost a thousand by no, and every time I can't get enough of it's hazy vibe. Easily in my top 10 of go to tunes to scratch my instrumental itch.

-Claude Van Foxbat

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