Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
2008 retrospective from the '80s minimalist funksters. Manhattan's Liquid Liquid (Scott Hartley Richard McGuire, Salvatore Principato and Dennis Young) effortlessly melded and shaped there own, very groovy, space. Loose bu... more »
2008 retrospective from the '80s minimalist funksters. Manhattan's Liquid Liquid (Scott Hartley Richard McGuire, Salvatore Principato and Dennis Young) effortlessly melded and shaped there own, very groovy, space. Loose but tight, edgy and inviting, both dry and wet, the phrase Slip In And Out of Phenomenon perfectly nails both the sound and the sensation of listening to Liquid Liquid. Over little more than three EPs in their lifetime, Liquid Liquid rerouted the rhythms of the subway and the steam of the city to some imagined African nighttime future. Domino Records.
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