Being from Baltimore and all, you know Matt Papich just had to tip his hat to the city’s club style at some point, right? No No, his sixth album, does just that and finds release courtesy of Daniel Lopatin’s Software Recordings and Richard MacFarlane’s 1080p, two of TMT’s least favorite labels of all time.
The album reportedly marks a “turn-inward” for the Co La project, which previously focused on rendering 3D spaces and objects through odd samples and amoebic song structures. Last year’s Hegemony of Delete drew from office spaces, while this year’s 1, a collaboration with Max D as Lifted, was a modern interp’ of jazz-fusion. No No, on the other hand, reflects on the 24-hour news cycle, scrambling and repeating foley effects in patterns both deadening and hyper-pleasurable.
No No tracklist:
04. No No
05. Noon (Blue)
06. Suffering (Tuesday)
11. I Comb My Hair (Bonus Track)
[Photo: Andrew Strausser]
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