Here's what we have planned this week:
Dedekind Cut just dropped an EP today, so why not join us tonight on the Inside Track to hear his latest full length, $ucessor in full? A former beatmaker for Joey Bada$$, Dedekind Cut (aka Fred Warmsley) on this album makes dark, experimental and synth-driven compositions. Sometimes harsh, sometimes sweet, sometimes beatless, sometimes driving and rhythmic, this album attempts to evoke artist like Coil by delivering a modern approach to ambient, New Age, and industrial sounds. It's a complex and rewarding work and pays off when hearing it in full.
Tonight on NSE, WXYC's resident Pizzabutts return as Brenda and Blue Boy. Tune in for 100% dark and 100% horny vibes.
For Monday's Outside Track we recommend turning up the dial and listening close--it's the latest from Graham Lambkin, his album Community. As DJ Jonathan G put it: "Community doesn’t quite sound like it was made by a veteran of composition at points, it sounds like the mic was left on after the recording session ended and picked up pencils falling and air conditioning changing from afternoon setting to night setting. At other spots it could only be made by an artist honing his craft for around a quarter century, filled with an atmosphere so particular you swear you’ve lived it before." It's a beautiful and in many ways intimate record and we're excited to share it with you.