With this 6 track EP, Boom Bip develops some of the harder, faster electro themes that have appeared throughout his previous albums and into his next as Neon Neon.
The trademark punchy beats and lush melodies of Bip’s production remain steadfast, however the influences of Giorgio Moroder and even 80s Italo prog-soundtrackers such as Goblin have crept into the up-tempo synth lines and there’s more than a hint of grimey percussive bass line to guarantee dancefloor action.
All tracks are instrumental with the exception of Coogi Sweater featuring Ali Lee on vocals.
Cover art for both formats is a photo of an actual cake decorated by Lex designer EHQuestionmark. The significantly more deluxe pink vinyl format includes further designs and labels – unidentifiable bodily organs, and a crazed Easter Reaper-Rabbit pulling teeth and laying eggs.
Coogi Sweater feat. Ali Lee
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