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Moon B // III Realms LP

Moon B // III Realms LP

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Atlanta's synth funk writer Moon B's 3rd album.Thick beats are addictive. Contains 5 songs.

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"The a side offers up the older taped track "Realms", a semi-muted yet chuggy number for the dance floor overwrought with moon-roasted synth progressions that coat the ears. "Neither Here Nor Where" is an ode to forgotten spaces and places , wrapped tightly in synth bazz and creamed pads that emanate from Moon's favorite synth, the Alpha Juno 1.
Flip the record to find Moon's most "instro-spective" offerings to date. "Art Direction" bottomed out tempo conjures up images of 1984 Prince replacing Appalonia with Inga Copeland as his motorcycle passenger after a neon lit love-making session. "Moonda" "Polywarp" rounds out the affair with syruppy vacillating instrumentation paired with unforeseen wobbly bits and foreign percussive hits. "Slow fluctuation and linn drum echoes paired with sorrowful yet hopeful chords attempts to warm you in the coldest of polar vortices."
--PPU

Artist: Moon B

Label: PPU

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Atlanta's synth funk writer Moon B's 3rd album.Thick beats are addictive. Contains 5 songs.

Labels and other worksfor free trial lessons /// Click here to see more Peoples Potential Unlimited releases available at Tobira. 

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

"The a side offers up the older taped track "Realms", a semi-muted yet chuggy number for the dance floor overwrought with moon-roasted synth progressions that coat the ears. "Neither Here Nor Where" is an ode to forgotten spaces and places , wrapped tightly in synth bazz and creamed pads that emanate from Moon's favorite synth, the Alpha Juno 1.
Flip the record to find Moon's most "instro-spective" offerings to date. "Art Direction" bottomed out tempo conjures up images of 1984 Prince replacing Appalonia with Inga Copeland as his motorcycle passenger after a neon lit love-making session. "Moonda" "Polywarp" rounds out the affair with syruppy vacillating instrumentation paired with unforeseen wobbly bits and foreign percussive hits. "Slow fluctuation and linn drum echoes paired with sorrowful yet hopeful chords attempts to warm you in the coldest of polar vortices."
--PPU

Artist: Moon B

Label: PPU