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Dominic Voz is an artist and social worker living in Chicago by way of Portland. His second full-length, Right to the City, fuses ambient, classical, spoken word, and deconstructed dance music into an album of visceral beauty and heady ideas. Grappling with themes of urban contestation and dispossession, Right to the City celebrates our communal fabric in the face of contemporary capitalism's social stratification and endemic violence. The album is the first co-release between Accidental Records, renowned electronic musician Matthew Herbert's hub of experimental releases, and Portland's Beacon Sound, a stalwart of gorgeous and innovative music from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The album features several collaborators, including Patricia Wolf (Balmat) and Jonathan Sielaff of Golden Retriever (Thrill Jockey)
Dominic Voz is an artist and social worker living in Chicago by way of Portland. His second full-length, Right to the City, fuses ambient, classical, spoken word, and deconstructed dance music into an album of visceral beauty and heady ideas. Grappling with themes of urban contestation and dispossession, Right to the City celebrates our communal fabric in the face of contemporary capitalism's social stratification and endemic violence. The album is the first co-release between Accidental Records, renowned electronic musician Matthew Herbert's hub of experimental releases, and Portland's Beacon Sound, a stalwart of gorgeous and innovative music from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The album features several collaborators, including Patricia Wolf (Balmat) and Jonathan Sielaff of Golden Retriever (Thrill Jockey)
5053760088646

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Format: Vinyl
Label: BEACON SOUND
Rel. Date: 10/21/2022
UPC: 5053760088646

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Dominic Voz is an artist and social worker living in Chicago by way of Portland. His second full-length, Right to the City, fuses ambient, classical, spoken word, and deconstructed dance music into an album of visceral beauty and heady ideas. Grappling with themes of urban contestation and dispossession, Right to the City celebrates our communal fabric in the face of contemporary capitalism's social stratification and endemic violence. The album is the first co-release between Accidental Records, renowned electronic musician Matthew Herbert's hub of experimental releases, and Portland's Beacon Sound, a stalwart of gorgeous and innovative music from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The album features several collaborators, including Patricia Wolf (Balmat) and Jonathan Sielaff of Golden Retriever (Thrill Jockey)
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