Messy Mass & Baba Gnohm - Night of the Living Kebab

by Lauge & Baba Gnohm

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Night Of The Living Kebab (now in TechniBASS) is an experimental collaboration between Messy Mass (Mads Christensen) & Baba Gnohm (Kalle Christensen), two producers from Denmark with a passion for idiosyncratic soundscapes. In the words of the artists, this release is “embodies tunes that will take you on a juvenile journey filled with colours, glitchy breaks, ageless rolling basses and bouncy melodies filled with optimistic hope of brain damage. It is well suited for any situation that calls for a twist of the unorthodox and will leave the listener twirling, spinning and falling over”. For this special re-release of the album we’ve included the previous bonus track “2 Girls 1 Kebab” as well as another track called “Wonk Wagon”. Even though the album is free the costs of mastering are quite substantial; if you feel that you have found something that makes you happy, you can make us happy by donating via Bandcamp. Parlez-vous kebab?

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messymass.bandcamp.com
soundcloud.com/messymass

Night Of The Living Kebab (now in TechniBASS) is an experimental collaboration between Messy Mass (Mads Christensen) & Baba Gnohm (Kalle Christensen), two producers from Denmark with a passion for idiosyncratic soundscapes. In the words of the artists, this release is “embodies tunes that will take you on a juvenile journey filled with colours, glitchy breaks, ageless rolling basses and bouncy melodies filled with optimistic hope of brain damage. It is well suited for any situation that calls for a twist of the unorthodox and will leave the listener twirling, spinning and falling over”. For this special re-release of the album we’ve included the previous bonus track “2 Girls 1 Kebab” as well as another track called “Wonk Wagon”. Even though the album is free the costs of mastering are quite substantial; if you feel that you have found something that makes you happy, you can make us happy by donating via Bandcamp. Parlez-vous kebab?