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Slum Sociable – “Afterthought”

Slum Sociable – “Moby Bryant” // Tishk Barzanji

Slum Sociable‘s “Moby Bryant” is one part indie pop song, one part electronica-dance pop song. They manage to use memorable lines performed by various instruments layered upon each other to create a gradual, beautiful build up into a dense final product.  Give it a go whenever you’re feeling like meditating or navigating the intricate forest of introspection.

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Slum Sociable – “Castle” // Andrew Archer

With a vocal snark reminiscent of Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner and a trip-hop stomp, “Castle” feels both menacing and familiar. Sampled strings and bone-dry snaps add to the feeling of needing to look over your shoulder. Just in time for the spooky season.

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