You find yourself lying next to a pond in the city park on a cloudy afternoon. In the distance you can make out the sounds of streetcars and advertisers, the yells of passerby and the smell of cigarettes mixing in the air. As you stare at the pond it seems strange to find this one place of solace from the concrete and fast food. But something is amiss? The water doesn't seem to be moving anymore, and the noise is getting louder. You close your eyes and try to stay calm as other people in the park jitter and freeze in place, putting on your headphones and listening to "Fee Jazz Sessions", the latest experimental plunderphonics piece from Odaxelagnia, limited to 25 Onyx Black cassette tapes, lovingly hand-made and shipped with a Lost Angles sticker.
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The latest from Odaxelagnia (and fourth Lost Angles instalment!) finds the duo taking a brief departure from their Nu-Disco and Future Funk aspects and building off the chaotic themes from Mallware with this collage of jagged sampled music.
Meant to be listened to interchangeably, the two sides mirror the stochastic nature of Free Jazz recordings (noted in the tongue-in-cheek title) by applying similar techniques to sample arrangement and breaking it down further into gritty mosaics often referenced in vapornoise and broken transmission works.