Ultra-modern computer music duo Second Woman offer a preview of their forthcoming Spectrum Spools opus, S/W, with an exclusive EP taking cues from the furthest fringes of digital dub and experimental software composition. “I E/P” and “II E/P” utilize percussive stutter, micro-processed echo, and negative space to explore the limits of rhythmic abstraction, blurring the boundary between human artistry and artificial intelligence. A pair of remixes by Grecian dub-techno progenitor Fluxion and Midwest avant-footwork producer Jlin round out the collection, innovatively mining the source material for vivid rhythmic contours.
I bought this album a while ago but its only now after listening to it three times in the past 24 hours, I realize how much I love it. The entire album is nothing but quality and I cherish the time I spent with it. Ohm0001
What do you even call this? The best I can come up with is R&B Electronica. How TBQ isn't huge is a mystery. No wait, it isn't. It's bc the world simply is not ready to embrace their masterfully crafted sound and lyrics, and would rather wallow in the swill of Cardi B or WTF ever pop star has the hour.
This is fine art. Only those with taste should proceed. 419echo