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Divine Ecstasy

Supreme Cuts

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For their first trick, the Chicago duo Supreme Cuts dazzled critics with an instrumental album that merged the aesthetics of Windy City genre footwork with flourishes of experimental pop and R&B. For its follow-up, they've invited a host of vocalists up onstage, then sawed them in half ... metaphorically speaking. The tracks here stop just short of congealing into pop songs with traditional structures, instead unfolding in layers and waves, taking cues from the band's house music influences. "Envision" features the ethereal vocals of Polica's Channy; its swirling techno beat appears and disappears, only to materialize at the end. "Down" features more slight of hand, nodding to drum 'n' bass in its opening minutes, then morphing into atmospheric trip-hop. The surprise star of this show is singer Mahaut Mondino, a newcomer whose airy vocals grace "Brown Flowers" and "Gone." The latter is the album's centerpiece, a skittering track that's as hard to pin down as it is to forget.

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Just great.

If you are looking for some amazing Electronic music, buy this. It's just great!

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Expanding the genre of cloud rap enough to come off as a mix of Clams Casino and Cocteau Twins, the Chicago duo known as Supreme Cuts were born as a serene alternative to their hometown's other hot electronica genre of the time, footwork. Producers Mike Perry and Austin Keultjes were fans of everything from Timbaland to My Bloody Valentine when they met in 2007, and while the uptempo house music they first started recording was closer to the pounding sound of footwork than their later releases, they...
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