Roberto Carlos Lange "Amazonian Pacific"
Known to many as Helado Negro or as collaborator with Guillermo Scott Herren on Savath y Savalas, Brooklyn-based overachiever Roberto Carlos Lange has contributed his productions to Volume 5 of Asthmatic Kitty's ongoing Library Catalog Music Series. His 12-track exploration of elongated rhythms, warped analog effects, and found-sound collages, entitled Music for Memory, is a stand-up addition to the series' other installments (we previously shared tracks from Volumes 1 and 3). Here, "Amazonian Pacific" starts out like a warbled Flying Lotus b-side before it descends into rhythmic field recordings, vocal loops, and reverberated machine noise; returning occasionally to friendlier, head-nodding beats.
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