listening to this 8-track outing I would like to say house music
should be recorded by exploiting the 4-track recorders only. At least
I feel myself in that way while listening to an issue being inspired
by a tongue-in-cheek attitude, hazy flashbacks, lo-fi aesthetics, broken car stereos
and break magazines. Sometimes it chimes like the Chinese version of
house music (State Of You). I really like this audibly a bit inferior
touch with all those slightly reverberant mid and low-range
frequencies churning back and forth. At times it is highly suggestive
due to passing through some wobbly sonic filters, and whimsical
timbre and chord refractions, at times the artist used to immerse in
reckless dreaming as if were forgotten to skip loopy button yet all
the time it is emotive, it is catchy. Because of being so playful.
The fancy release is a part of the discography of Upitup.