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Cosmic Neighborhood // Collages II LP

Cosmic Neighborhood // Collages II LP

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This is a record released by Cosmic Neighborhood, an outsider synth pop writer in Bristol, England, on Kit in 2016.

Contains 16 instrumental synth collage pop songs like the BGM of a parallel world children's TV show. DL code included.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Kit Records releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code.

Kit Records:

"Bristol-based illustrator and musician Adam Higton welcomes you back into the mossy realm of the Cosmic Neighborhood. With each song acting as a response to a series of paper-and-scissors compositions,'Collages II' documents the daily goings-on of an imagined world.

Sonically, this record straddles new and old, taking modular electronics, flutes, bells and softly pattering drum machines, before coloring them all with the amber glow of some forgotten, psychedelic kids' TV programme. Higton's benign toots and echoing jingles bring to mind Daphne Oram's early delay experiments or the meandering playfulness of Tom Cameron. Radiophonic and time-worn, it still somehow sounds like the future. "

Artist: Cosmic Neighborhood

Label: Kit Records

This is a record released by Cosmic Neighborhood, an outsider synth pop writer in Bristol, England, on Kit in 2016.

Contains 16 instrumental synth collage pop songs like the BGM of a parallel world children's TV show. DL code included.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Kit Records releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------------

Includes DL code.

Kit Records:

"Bristol-based illustrator and musician Adam Higton welcomes you back into the mossy realm of the Cosmic Neighborhood. With each song acting as a response to a series of paper-and-scissors compositions,'Collages II' documents the daily goings-on of an imagined world.

Sonically, this record straddles new and old, taking modular electronics, flutes, bells and softly pattering drum machines, before coloring them all with the amber glow of some forgotten, psychedelic kids' TV programme. Higton's benign toots and echoing jingles bring to mind Daphne Oram's early delay experiments or the meandering playfulness of Tom Cameron. Radiophonic and time-worn, it still somehow sounds like the future. "

Artist: Cosmic Neighborhood

Label: Kit Records