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Various Artists: Ghostly Swim

This displays one of the finest indie labels in the world at the very top of its game.


Various Artists

Ghostly Swim

Contributors: Michna, Dabrye, The Chap, Dark Party, Tycho, JDSY, Deastro, Matthew Dear, FLYamSAM, Cepia, Aeroc, The Reflecting Skin, School Of Seven Bells, Ben Benjamin, Kill Memory Crash, Osborne, Milosh, Mux Mool
Label: Ghostly International
First date: 2008-04-22
US Release Date: 2009-01-27
UK Release Date: 2009-01-27
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Joining the likes of Stones Throw and Def Jux, the Michigan based Ghostly International has taken the opportunity to make an [adult swim] compilation. Since none of the tracks selected by label boss Sam Valenti IV mention the monolithic adult cartoon network, this is obviously just a flimsy excuse to make a G.I. mixtape. However, any excuse to make a G.I. mixtape is good enough for me. Plus, it was originally available for a free download early on in 2008, almost a year before this physical version was pressed, so it's not like money was the only motivating factor.

Whatever they're charging is worth it too, if only to see what Sam and his pals have been up to. Righteous indie-electronic hybrids from the likes of School Of Seven Bells, Tycho, Aeroc, The Reflecting Skin, The Chap, and Matthew Dear will prove to even the most jaded acoustic lover the vibrancy, passion, and musicianship of modern electronic sound, and all of its rich variations. Without a doubt, Ghostly Swim displays one of the finest indie labels in the world at the very top of its game.

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