Discoverer "Personal Clone"
Kansas City's Discoverer (a.k.a. Brandon Knocke) is said to be something of an aural anesthesiologist, delivering hypnotic tunes as sedatives to his listeners. Described as "a cinematic ride through white, sterile hallways and feminized technology," "Personal Clone," taken from Discoverer's recently released Tunnels LP, combines clean, utopian elements—such as soft handclaps and reverberating synth tinks—with somewhat eerie, buzzing melodies to make a slow-grooving-but-sticky piece of galactic beat work in the vein of LA synth-funk maestro Dām-Funk.
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