Pink Skull "Mutant Comfort"
Pink Skull—an evolving Philadelphia-based project which now counts Julian Grefe, Justin Geller, and Joe Lentini among its ranks—is set to drop the six-track Huitlacoche EP this week via Candian outpost My Favorite Robot. Serving as one the record's b-side cuts, "Mutant Comfort" utilizes lightly charged analog electronics to weave together a coyly percolating, electro-tinged house number. Electing to simmer for most of its run, the production shines in its details, where the subtle tweak of a melody or slow morph of a filter are what draw the listener in. Set to drop in vinyl form tomorrow (months ahead of its digital release), a preview of Pink Skull's Huitlacoche EP can be heard after the jump.
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