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LOUFR // FEARS TAPE

LOUFR // FEARS TAPE

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Polish experimental pop artist LOUFR will perform an experiment in Warsaw, Poland in February 2024.A limited edition of 60 cassettes released by the label Pointless Geometry.

Contains 13 songs of hyper pop, experimental trap, and experimental ambient that are difficult to categorize. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Pointless Geometry releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. C35 cassette in norelco case. Edition of 60. 

tracklist:

  1. fall 02:22
  2. fate 02:33
  3. h0pe 02:34
  4. 269 03:11
  5. dark 02:01
  6. conversion 02:32
  7. rubb 01:39
  8. TRASH 01:42
  9. 20XX! 03:18
  10. splinter 04:26
  11. uncomprehending 03:11
  12. cr0ssfad3 00:48
  13. insufficient 03:30

Text excerpt by Pointless Geometry:

"...LOUFR occupies an exceptionally stable position between contemporary music, hyperpop, and deconstructed club sounds. FEARS is a melancholic album, distinctly human despite the high degree of vocal processing and electronic instrumentation. This contrast is palpable from the very beginning, as emotional vocals collide with an almost trap-like beat. The album is not devoid of moments of true beauty, as evident in "269," a track built around a catchy, sung phrase. The title of this composition serves as a kind of manifesto, referencing the number of a calf rescued from a dairy farm by activists.

FEARS explores the extremes of sonic spectrums, juxtaposing delicate piano strikes with industrial noise and string instruments with a creaking synthesizer. Whether shrouded in electronics or warmed by organic instrumentation, all layers resonate with each other in an incredible, engaging harmony.

FEARS is a unique auditory experience—sharp, unconventional, and avant-garde in some places, while warm, inviting, and familiar in others. Bednarczyk's voice carries this paradox, emotional yet bathed in mechanical processing. The music of the Polish artist resonates with the disintegration of the world but does not relinquish hope. If it is to assist us in anything, it is in navigating through difficult emotions. And FEARS accomplishes this with finesse."

Artist: LOUFR

Label: Pointless Geometry

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Polish experimental pop artist LOUFR will perform an experiment in Warsaw, Poland in February 2024.A limited edition of 60 cassettes released by the label Pointless Geometry.

Contains 13 songs of hyper pop, experimental trap, and experimental ambient that are difficult to categorize. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Pointless Geometry releases available at Tobira.

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

Ask us for digital files. C35 cassette in norelco case. Edition of 60. 

tracklist:

  1. fall 02:22
  2. fate 02:33
  3. h0pe 02:34
  4. 269 03:11
  5. dark 02:01
  6. conversion 02:32
  7. rubb 01:39
  8. TRASH 01:42
  9. 20XX! 03:18
  10. splinter 04:26
  11. uncomprehending 03:11
  12. cr0ssfad3 00:48
  13. insufficient 03:30

Text excerpt by Pointless Geometry:

"...LOUFR occupies an exceptionally stable position between contemporary music, hyperpop, and deconstructed club sounds. FEARS is a melancholic album, distinctly human despite the high degree of vocal processing and electronic instrumentation. This contrast is palpable from the very beginning, as emotional vocals collide with an almost trap-like beat. The album is not devoid of moments of true beauty, as evident in "269," a track built around a catchy, sung phrase. The title of this composition serves as a kind of manifesto, referencing the number of a calf rescued from a dairy farm by activists.

FEARS explores the extremes of sonic spectrums, juxtaposing delicate piano strikes with industrial noise and string instruments with a creaking synthesizer. Whether shrouded in electronics or warmed by organic instrumentation, all layers resonate with each other in an incredible, engaging harmony.

FEARS is a unique auditory experience—sharp, unconventional, and avant-garde in some places, while warm, inviting, and familiar in others. Bednarczyk's voice carries this paradox, emotional yet bathed in mechanical processing. The music of the Polish artist resonates with the disintegration of the world but does not relinquish hope. If it is to assist us in anything, it is in navigating through difficult emotions. And FEARS accomplishes this with finesse."

Artist: LOUFR

Label: Pointless Geometry