Following up their acclaimed debut mixtape “Enter the Fug” Brain Rays and Stoogie Houzer are set to release their new ‘Stank EP’ this Halloween. A dark, syrupy brew of stoner house and screwed techno.
Includes tracks from the original mixtape, reworked for the haziest of clubs, as well as new chest-rattling riddims ‘Big Dank’ and ‘Bronchial Stomp’.
Vocal tones by Theo Ogundipe.
Some kind words about the release..
'Warbling, bit crushed, low-slung & hazy... 5 intense steppers from the true Fug originators. Tip!'
- Fraxinus (Sound Pellegrino/Her Records)
Sounds f***ing sick!!!
- Otto von Schirach
"Wonderful hypnagogic sloppo"
- Lenkemz (Mad Decent)
Steamier, skankier and stronger than the smell of hot piss from South Central Los Angeles, Brain Rays and Stoogie Houzer take Bizarre Rituals to newly attained levels of low slung loose acidic Kzzzz-unk with the Stank EP. With beautiful, desert dust-scapes of smoke filled space in between the cracks this EP's quality production and sound design shine through removing all the sharp edges to blunt effect.
THINK: Insects in McDonalds cups, people turning circles talking to no-one, $ handjobs, Rainbow warriors holding bamboo staffs commanding YOUR attention, Cheery cheery Gangsters happy to meet you, Police horses intimidating American pit bulls, Watering grass in the desert to no avail, Dismembered voices from fleshy goddesses, Synthetic bass blocks, Nodding dogs in low-riders, K-holes through septums. The flickering, shimmering dreamtime of misplaced hopes in Venice sunsets.
- Neil Landstrumm (Tresor/Peacefrog/Planet Mu)
“So so nice! Looking forward to playing out on the radio and at up and coming shows”
- Medallion Man (Loose Lips)
“This Peanut Eyes shit is crazy. I feel like I’m so deep in the bong I can hear dolphins”
- Chester Guesthouse (Blunt Nuggetz)
‘Yo, EP is sick, really deep. Production was well slick too”
- Ray Mears
released October 31, 2016
Music written, produced and mixed by Brain Rays and Stoogie Houzer
Vocals on ‘Stank’ and ‘Indica Riddim’ by Theo Ogundipe
Mastered by James Stewart
Artwork by Blazar
Photography by Dom Moore and Josh Greet
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