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about

The Calgary outfit
known as Dada Centauri are a weird
duo. Whitney Ota and Andrew
Hume have been playing music
together for only a handful of
months, but have managed to
find a connection; different
patterns, same wavelength.
Their new tape
“II” is a long player
that exhib- its flowing
anxiety from various
unknown electronics;
too much coffee, and
burritos. Waves of restlessness
crash over the
listener until they trick
you into the slightest
calmness, which
only tricks you
back into a
bitter downfall.
“II” logically
follows Dada Centauri’s “I”,
which helped re-launch the -
at-the-time-dormant Dial Square
label, sister label to the always
outstanding Digitalis label. “I” was
available for less than 30 hours as the
limited tape was sold out in less than two
days. “II” is out on Unit Structure Sound
Recordings, pro-dubbed at Dub Ditch Duplication
and housed in a double-sized
j-card.
A: DADA CENTAURI
T: II
L: UNIT STRUCTURE SOUND RECORDINGS
Y: 2012
G: SYNTH/DRONE/COSMIC

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Weird Canada
From the space jamb of Bryce Warnes:

When Max Ernst’s clone is recruited to design the next ISS module, you can expect that he’ll require the on-board sound-system to blast this tape at full volume. Andrew Hume and Whitney Ota of Burro fame reunite under the Dada Centauri banner to pump out a C60′s worth of nebulous space jams. II careens from cosmic tideline ambience to foreboding quasar pulse, computer bleep-bloop to the drone of singing spheres. Occasionally, a loop or phrase straight from the library raises its hauntological head. A stellar grip courtesy of the astro-avant-garde.

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released November 7, 2013

Andrew Hume and Whitney Ota
Synths, noises, sounds

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