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House of Woo

Maxmillion Dunbar

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Album Review

Spirited and genre-jumping from the get-go, House of Woo's opening number, "Slave to the Vibe," bounces along like a mix of Derrick May, Yellow Magic Orchestra, and Boards of Canada. Follow-up cut "Woo" is as if Prince and Gold Panda were sharing the same dream, and if that's five tasteful music nerd touchstones already, that shouldn't be a surprise to those who know that Washington, D.C.'s passionate electronic music blogger Andrew Field-Pickering is the man behind Maxmillion Dunbar. Still, House of Woo isn't just a crate crawler's mix of prime finds, as the Dunbar sound becomes identifiable after repeat listens. Moods that are soft, funky, quirky, and welcoming fill this warm record to get you moving — and keep you moving — as grooves are allowed to develop, slowly, surely, maybe even deceptively, for as long as they require. Highlight "Ice Room Graffiti" is a prime example as the easy flow gets bumpy and brittle as the beat goes on, while "Shampoo" is a bubble bath of electro chamber jazz with muted trumpets and buoyant sequencer lines floating about. All of it was influenced by the producer's move across town with his girlfriend and their dip into the world of cohabitation, explaining the happy-go-lucky mood and halcyon style. In photographs, Field-Pickering always looks like an outgoing mix of scruffy and the best kind of insatiable, while his writing is knowledgeable and convincing, and goes deep. House of Woo is more of the same, providing soundtracks for chillout rooms where the minds are satisfied and no one can even remember the definition of the word "dour."

Customer Reviews

really intresting

mello and also up beat

Biography

Born: 2008

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

With a sound somewhere between Boards of Canada and Gold Panda, Maxmillion Dunbar is a project from Andrew Field-Pickering, the Washington, D.C. man who is one half of Beautiful Swimmers and the head of the Future Times label. The project debuted in 2008 when Future Times issued the "Outrageous Soulz" single, which was followed a year later by the Bare Feet EP. Hip-hop beats played a big role in the debut album, Cool Water, which was released...
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