For those who still love electronic music that strikes like lightning bolts, Kalahari Oyster Cult is your main dealer. Not all of their releases have that dayglo psychedelic vibe to them, but a lot of them do, and that’s a good thing.

Liquid Earth‘s Scope Zone goes from blotter on your tongue to trails in the corner of your eyes in 7:30, with big crashing synth sweeps and those cagey ’90s drums that sizzle in the bass bins and make everything sound a little more dangerous. It smooths out into something approaching cosmic deep house and with good enough headphones or a sound system you can dig down through this deceptively simple track and find layer upon layer of mental medical delights.

Scope Zone on vinyl is sold out from a bunch of places but there are some copies circulating on Discogs and digitally from Bandcamp.

Liquid Earth: Scope Zone (Kalahari Oyster Cult) Track Listing
1. Liquid Earth – Scope Zone (07:30)
2. Liquid Earth – Scope Zone (Youandewan Remix) (04:48)

⚪️ Disclosure Statement: This record was not submitted as a promo.



This was originally published in #Praise: 5 Mag Issue #194 with Norm Talley and Upstairs Asylum, Lea Lisa, Cratan/Decoder and more. Support 5 Mag by becoming a member for as little as $1 per issue.



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