Radio

  • All genres
    • Electronic
    • R&B
    • Hip-Hop
    • Rock
Now Playing
Drake, “6 God”
Now Playing
Domo Genesis, “STRICTLY4MYNIGGAZ”
Now Playing
Juicy J ft. K Camp, “"All I Need"”
Now Playing
Les Sins, “Talk About”
Now Playing
Jessie Ware ft J. Cole, “Kind Of... Sometimes... Maybe Remix”
Now Playing
The Black Hearts Club, “Girl Tell Me Something”
Now Playing
Meek Mill ft. Lil Boosie, “Fuck You Mean”
Now Playing
Ghost Loft, “Be Easy”

Harmonizer, "Landline" MP3

Earlier this week, Vermont duo Harmonizer put out an EP on Ford and Lopatin’s label Software. They call their music "5th World Music," referring to a particular Mayan belief that proposes a never-ending, cyclical sense of time and space, that the minute worlds end, new ones start all over again. That's a nice theory for "Landline," which bases its existence on boundless, continuous droning that feels infinite. But that's not even the coolest thing about this song. Harmonizer does seem successively endless, sure, but they're also adeptly able to juggle various planets at the very same time, a foggy background here, a robotic shimmer there, a hollow drum beat throughout. It should come across crowded, but instead just sounds balanced.

Download: Harmonizer, "Landline"

Harmonizer, "Landline" MP3