We're ecstatic to be finally releasing Drown Out, the astounding thirteenth (or so) full-length from Los Angeles' top man Daedelus, to the world.
Striking a balance between the direct and the obtuse that can’t quite be articulated in words, the new LP sees Alfred Darlington at his most elegiac. His debut for Anticon is a heart-on-sleeve meditation devoted to loss, coded language, and the maddening failures of communication, yet you can still bob your head to it.
The fine folks over at The Creators Project recently made this truly awesome video on the making of Daedelus' brand new LP, Drown Out. Step into the studio with the man himself, as he bridges the gap between creator and observer on his new record, expressing raw emotion through sound and performance. Heavy feels right here.
Drown Out is available digitally tomorrow, September 17, with VInyl & CD formats to come soon after.
Our man D33J will be back on the road supporting the mighty Mount Kimbie for a month of tour dates beginning later this month. Also joined by Stones Throw artist Jonwayne, the tour sees the three acts hitting a majority of larger cities across North America.
Hop over to our events page for more info and ticket links.
Releasing his brand new LP, Late Pass, wasn't quite enough for our man Jel, who's gone on to make us an exclusive mix of jewels for the latest installment of the Anticon Podcast. Enjoy this short but sweet collection of unreleased tunes, demo songs, and more... but, of course, don't get too comfortable. Grab the mix here.
1. Paris Texas (raw drum mix) Peeping Tom
2. Gets No (cut demo for Late Pass)
3. This About The City Too (instramental)
4. Lectro T (unreleased beat)
5. Obscure (unreleased Soft Money demo)
6. 808 Rhoadz (unreleased Soft Money demo)
Jel's Late Pass is now available at our webshop. Go!