Mogi Grumbles "I Heard You Were Dead"
Presented as "an original re-score" of John Carpenter's 1981 cult classic film Escape from New York, Alex Taam (a.k.a. Mogi Grumbles) opens floodgates of nostalgia with the cleverly named I Heard You Were Dead LP. The album's title track employs waves of glassy retro synths and a steady beat as a slick love letter to decades gone by, providing an easy listening experience with its soft fade-out and warm textures. Mogi Grumbles' I Heard You Were Dead LP is set to drop on March 18 via Moodgadget.
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