|1.||"The Third Wall"|
|3.||"Breathing Made Easy"|
|1.||"Suites & Spices"|
|3.||"Chocolate Noon: Chocolate Moon"|
Blase is the new collaborative project from Eddie Ruscha and Diego Herrera, whose respective work as Secret Circuit and Suzanne Kraft should be familiar to anyone with a firm grasp of more cosmically inclined music. Recent albums for Beats In Space and Emotional Response have brought the psychedelically charged Secret Circuit project to wider attention, with Ruscha a long term fixture in the Los Angeles music scene under a variety of names. Herrera is a much younger producer, and in addition to his solo work as Suzanne Kraft - which provided an excellent EP for Running Back in 2011 - he forms one third of new age house act Pharaohs. The stars of collaboration have now aligned, with Ruscha and Herrera teaming up as Blase for the Sunset Dawn album ESP Institute. Apparently adopting the name due to their shared "lackadaisical style and confident panache", the Blase project manifests with six tracks that feel perfectly at home on Andrew 'Lovefingers' Hogge's label.
GK Machine [Invisible, Inc.], Piers Harrison, Sock Free Hideaway, Juno Recommends Disco, RIZZOLO DJ, Steve Lee, Mudd (Claremont 56), Roberto S, Terrence Pearce, Young Adults, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), COYOTE Is It Balearic?, Suzanne Kraft, The Papers
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