Get Physical: On his new album, Pictureplane contemplates mysticism, feeling, and the power of touch.
On his last album, 2009's stunning Dark Rifts, Travis Egedy (a.k.a. Pictureplane) proved he was a steady hand when it comes to blurring genres, creating a super-vibey dance record from some unexpected sources. (Fleetwood Mac samples, anyone?) But with his latest, Thee Physical, which comes out tomorrow on Lovepump United, he extends that pastiche to meld his deconstructions of hip-hop, diva house, and pop music with a sensibility that's as rooted in mysticism as it is in the "real." Read more »