By: Anand Harsh
Few electronic acts working today carry the kind of pedigree amassed by Attila Fodor. Producing, performing, and putting on shows for nigh on two decades, Fine Cut Bodies has weathered the valleys and troughs of the dance music waves, finding new and inventive ways to share his immaculately textured soundscapes and advance his own personal brand of intricate sonic design.
On September 15, his latest EP, Paper Tales, gets a release on Gravitas Recordings. The Austin-based label has snared this five-track gem, which moves from glitchy, garbled loops to airy, ethereal musings. Today's premiere, "Luke And His Shadow," which features Kiss Tibi, has a steampunk Sergio Leone spaghetti western acoustic-electric vibe which could very well show up on Breaking Bad if the show hadn't already completed its arc. Perhaps in the Deadwood movie?
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