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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Listen to Local Beatmaker Eskmo's Self-Titled Debut Album

Posted By on Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 1:22 PM

  • Brice Matson
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Seeing as how San Francisco-based sound designer/music maker Brendan Angelides is poised to be one of our city's biggest electronic music exports, we've dedicated a handful of posts on All Shook Down to sharing the bits that have slowly slipped out from his just-released full-length record, Eskmo. We've had music videos, free downloads, and concert previews, but now, Eskmo's album is out worldwide through UK beat hub Ninja Tune.

Angelides has been kind enough to make the whole record available to stream, and we've embedded it below. So go and immerse yourself in the preciously crafted soundscapes found within this self-titled opus. If a stream of Eskmo just isn't enough for you, there are some more permanent and physical options available for owning the music here.

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