|1.||"Dalmar Arbon In The Club" (7:49)|
|1.||"Dalmar Arbon" (4:32)|
|2.||"A Saint & A Sinner" (6:54)|
Having received plenty of praise for his 2016 debut album, A Shot In The Light, Moscoman is naturally feeling on top of the world. Judah's Lion is the first release on his brand new label, Treisar, and is odd, eccentric and essential. A-side "Dalmar Arbon in the Club" is particularly potent, with the Berlin-based producer layering organic percussion, acid-influenced electronics, trippy chords and odd vocal samples on top of a sturdy, kick-drum dominated groove. On the flip, you'll find the original version of "Dalmar Arbon" - think sparser, looser electronic beats, trippy accordion lines and backwards guitars - and the jaunty, jammed-out proto-house shuffle of "A Saint & A Sinner".
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