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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Listen to the Debut EP by San Francisco's oOoOO

Posted By on Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 8:11 AM

'oOoOO' EP cover art
  • 'oOoOO' EP cover art
For those unfamiliar with the burgeoning genre of witch-house, it refers mostly to creepy, synth-filled numbers fueled by slow, hip-hop-flavored beats and tweaked vocals. "Witch-house" is certainly not the most rock solid of descriptions, but when it comes to many of the new sounds coming out these days, putting anything in one box is just about impossible.

One such outfit being lumped into the blurry land of witch-house is San Francisco's own oOoOO (pronounced "oh"). The solo producer -- whose name is currently unknown -- is signed to the premiere hub for this brand of ghostly sonics, Tri Angle Records. That label will release oOoOO's self-titled debut EP next week, but you can stream it in full now.


Six tracks with titles like "Burnout Eyess" and "Sedsumting," which feature airy auto-tuned vocals and a penchant for turning Top-40 sounds on their head, make up much of the oOoOO EP. It's fairly strange, a bit ominous, and quite beautiful. Check out a stream of the record on the XLR8R website here.

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