We fucked up and wiped all the music from our iPhone :( Even the "Hold Yuh" ringtone we recorded ourselves is gone. Laurel Halo's "Supersymmetry" has become one of the pillars of what we're building from the ground up now. It's long and satiating, Halo's voice is agile and warm like whiskey with a lot of honey and ginger. So it's easy to drop real deep in her glow, get caught staring at strangers on the street while she asks insistently, when will we meet again. Physical Therapy's remix abstracts a nugget of her voice almost beyond recognition but it's filling and limber in the same way. It's playfully architected like some kind of math game and climaxes slowly, the kind of song you want to spend seven minutes with not once but a bunch of times, while you're out in the world or in your own, doing whatever kind of meticulous work makes you seriously satisfied.