• Classic: Long Arm – The Branches •

November 21st, 2011 |  by  |  filed under Classics, Music  |  1 Comment

The Branches is an amalgamation of genres, impeccably crafted with crisp polyrhythms and deep progressions that can shift from classical to jazz to deep bass within the same piece of music. Long Arm is the only Russian I know of making music quite like this, and The Branches is a start-to-finish breather that pushes the boundaries of what electronic music can be. Tracks like The Waterfall Inside Me and Dummy showcase this diverse, forward thinking ability, and should strike a chord with anyone who’s into Daedelus, Kuhn, or Mount Kimbie. You’ve got to purchase this record wherever you can find it.





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#1 pcc on 11.21.11 at 5:18 am

On @dippedindollars Classic: Long Arm – The Branches http://t.co/OfytKXPn

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