By day, North Carolina's Phil Torres is the published author behind A Crisis Of Faith: Atheism, Emerging Technologies and the Future of Humanity. But he's also a talented musician, having produced three albums under his Baobob alias, with a folk-electronic lean. In his debut EP under a new moniker, crowdsource, Torres brings us a euphoric, exuberant set of dancefloor-friendly tracks. The EP releases August 18 via Seattle's Hush Hush Records.
The opening song from the EP, "Go Like This", brings a fresh, unique blend of sounds that perfectly sets the mood for a summer day frolic. It's a chaotic blend, and if you listed the samples on paper, I'd expect utter cacophony, but crowdsource makes it all work.
Stream "Go Like This" below, and make sure to grab the full Bit Rot Blues EP in a few days!
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Bit Rot Blues
- Hush Hush Records
- August 18, 2014