Organ Thing of The Day – now just how rereshing is this? Just how welcome is this? This will take you to a place where smiles are always on your face. Today’s Thing is a celebration of the return of Blectum From Blechdom and a brilliantly uplifting first taste of the (unexpected) out of the blue new album, if everything is as good as this one track then bring it all on right now. Here’s what Deathbomb Arc (the label) have to say on the matter…
“So much to share this week, but let’s start with the insane, amazing news that BLECTUM FROM BLECHDOM have returned! One of the most important experimental electronic acts out of Cali from the early 00s is back with an album called ‘DeepBone’. It is on pre-sale now on vinyl and bandcamp!! If you are already a fan of this wild duo, you know how big of news this is. If you are just discovering them now, click through on that bandcamp link and listen to the new single to find out for yourself!”
Here it is…
“The wait is over. Somewhere between the rodeo clowns in the summer and archangels at the end of time: Blectum from Blechdom have returned. This is obvious from the moment your needle drops on their new album ‘DeepBone’ and never lets you forget it. Swirling swarms of inhumanly perky voices bounce between your speakers, only taking breaths for the electronics to be equally overcharged. Hyper-melodic glitches and helium-contaminated Broadway arrangements are all interwoven with brocaded beats and elegant fractal architectures, sending an important message: Brain go crazy now!
This duo, composed of Kevin Blechdom and Blevin Blectum, bring us their 6th official album and first for Deathbomb Arc. Digital due on July 23rd and vinyl in the fall; both on pre-sale now”.
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