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Yurodivy (heavyweight vinyl LP)

Yurodivy (heavyweight vinyl LP)

Artists

On-Ly

Catno

sape016

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Album

Country

Australia

Release date

Jan 1, 2022

ON LY Yurodivy La Sape

Joshua Smeltink is a pianist and producer who works under the On-Ly alias. Since around 2017 has he been playing local bars as well as being a part of a number of different bands. He is currently busy with his own On-Ly band which features Carl Lindeberg on bass, Henry Hicks strumming the guitar and Bryce Zelno from Astral Feld on drums. This heavyweight new album explores worldly rhythms with plenty of off-beat grooves, finger clicks, hulling great drum hits, dark synth sounds and expressive broken beats and jazz melodies to make for an album that is as primal sounding as it is beautiful.

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Sleeve: M

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Complicit

2

Yurodstvo

3

A State Of Suffering

4

Czar Scars

5

Narodnik

6

Visceral

7

(Not) Knowing

8

Nose

9

Dostojanstvo

10

Moryty

11

Bureaucratic Collectivism

12

Deviation

13

Meditation

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