Posted in Press Releases on 16 January 2015
After paying major dues on the Berlin electronic music scene in the mid 2000s (or as he calls it the "PRE-D.M. scene"), Mocky, the Canadian artist/producer/writer emerged as a distinctive live multi-instrumentalist and arranger in his collaborations with artists like Feist and Jamie Lidell. Following his own album Saskamodie, Mocky is now sharing the first single from his upcoming EP, an all-acoustic gem called "Sweet Things."
Living Time (The Moxtape Vol. II)
1. Instrumental Life
2. The Fortress
3. Les Introvertes
4. Howlin at the Moon
5. Ellipse (Read my)
6. Sweet Things
credit: Dalton Blanco
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