Mi Ami Learns to Love the Sampler. This Is a Good Thing.
|Mi Ami as a two-piece|
Following the departure of bassist Jacob Long, the evolution of Mi Ami's sound has been an ongoing process. The once three-piece S.F. noise-rock outfit used to blowout eardrums with huge, distorted bass. But now a two-man crew, the band decided to embrace more of an electronic/sampled aesthetic, which they'll unveil with their latest 12" release, Dolphins, on Thrill Jockey.
Thrill Jockey uses words like "Italo," "dystopian," and "slaughtered dolphins," all of which scream awesome to me. I'm not sure about you, but I'll be on the lookout for this when it drops on March 15.
Tracklist For Dolphins:
01. Hard Up
[via Tiny Mix Tapes]
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