live at Ping Pong Show

by Ku
on orila 2010 / orl04
08/03/2010 Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
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Ku – Ping Pong Show is a live recoding of the Ping Pong radio Show hosted on tripradio/dot/gr since February two thousand and ten by the orila team.

Unedited and replicated from the original recording on a cassette tape deck it is now out as it was initially conceived on March 2nd. Six tracks of psych pop isolation by Dimitris Papadatos. Here we find ourselves in alien terrain. Internet radio producing old school analogue tapes.

KU releasing his first official album that is filled with obsessions, burst outs and romance. Kraut inflictions, dark vocals, drones and high frequencies transforming to birds.

A trip promised through the use of casio keyboards, 8bit machines, mic and a mixer. KU’s voice seems to be echoing from far away while his songs grow to become utterly personal in reference. Atonal intentions, broken storytelling, a note for every instance of the setting sun in this lost city.

Dedicated to a dog called calamari.

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