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The Mixed-Tape | “warps and twists conventional electronic slow-burn music into abstraction” lullahush – Terracotta Slow Dance

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In this edition of The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape, we turn our attention to ‘Terracotta Slow Dance’ by lullahush.

A collision of texture and sound, ‘Terracotta Slow Dance’ is a song that plays with the medium, as lullahush warps and twists conventional electronic slow-burn music into abstraction to create a music that shudders with invention.

Indeed, ‘Terracotta Slow Dance’ is a piece in and of itself, playing by its own rules. The sharp dynamic jolts of electronic buzzing, the brooding undercurrent, and the augmented effected vocal all merge into one another leaving a song that feels singular.

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Click below to listen to The Last Mixed Tape’s song-of-the-week ‘Terracotta Slow Dance’ by lullahush. Photo credit: Christopher Wallace. 

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