V/A :: Sampler Vol. 2 (Architects + Heroes)

If you are looking for a smorgasbord of music to tide you down for about an hour or if you want to pin down a particular musical strain, snap up Sampler Vol. 2 to find out where each unique musician takes their transmission.

Eleven leaven tracks spanning a variety of gritty genre bents has Architects + Heroes‘ second birth in their sampler series put on a display of their multifaceted sound designers. This time around the LA-based global interface of audible abstractions delights the senses with an overall flurry of what the collective is really all about.

Kidd Anthem forages through a delicate pop tune of vocalized electrical luster and piano keys as Neotropic’s eloquent whispering downtempo takes center-stage. Bastian Void shivers around an atmospheric haze while The Koreatown Oddity and Gothic Chollo passes through hip-hop inflected rhythms. Handsomest Drowned Man highlights a rhythmic sheen of post-industrial subtlety and Demon Slayer trickles through IDM’s more experimental beat envelopes. QBLA takes on a Merck Records electronified hip-hop stream of consciousness as Deciptikon-styled melodics emanate from DJ Stephen R’s contribution. Asymmetrical Head manifests a glitchy blur of emotive hypnotism as Kemek’s analogous drone-buzz and percussive revolution brings great fluctuation to the labels more direct downtempo electronic aura.

If you are looking for a smorgasbord of music to tide you down for about an hour or if you want to pin down a particular musical strain, snap up Sampler Vol. 2 to find out where each unique musician takes their transmission.

Sampler Vol. 2 is available on Architects + Heroes. [Release page]

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