Disco Doom: "Mt. Surreal"

A pleasantly discordant new single from Disco Doom surfaced today called "Mt. Surreal", second single from the band's upcoming album of the same name.

While it does take some time for the track to take shape, Disco Doom interestingly blur the line between jamming and improvisation. The track eventually collapses into No Wave-infused dissonance that embellishes the track's tangential extended second half, gentle improv that doesn't alienate or challenge the listener. In fact it's anchored well enough by a repeating bass riff, which stays with you long after the track finishes up.

Pre-order link: https://explodinginsoundrecords.bandcamp.com/album/mt-surreal

Mt. Surreal will be released 9/16 via Exploding In Sound Records.

 

Sincerely, 
Letters From A Tapehead

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