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Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points recently announced his new album Crush willbe released on 18 October on Ninja Tune. Along with the announcement heshared the video for 'Last Bloom'. Today he has followed up with a new track'Anasickmodular'. Partially recorded live, the track captures that powerful momentwhen Shepherd is improvising on stage and everything clicks, the rush of joy thatcomes in that moment as it's followed blindly and wildly into chaotic breaks andtwisted synths. The last track to be shared before the album's release this month,this instantaneous spirit is a huge part of what makes Crush so thrilling.
Sam Shepherd aka Floating Points recently announced his new album Crush willbe released on 18 October on Ninja Tune. Along with the announcement heshared the video for 'Last Bloom'. Today he has followed up with a new track'Anasickmodular'. Partially recorded live, the track captures that powerful momentwhen Shepherd is improvising on stage and everything clicks, the rush of joy thatcomes in that moment as it's followed blindly and wildly into chaotic breaks andtwisted synths. The last track to be shared before the album's release this month,this instantaneous spirit is a huge part of what makes Crush so thrilling.
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