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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Download the Glitchy, Bouncy 'Wake Ups' from SF Producer Salva's Upcoming Debut

Posted By on Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 4:58 PM

What's the sound of laser-powered rubber bands shooting around to a serene moonrise? Pretty sure that'd be something like the smooth cacophony heard on "Wake Ups," the first track from Complex Housing, S.F. producer Salva's debut full length. Say what? Hear what we mean after the jump.

Maybe this sounds more like Super Soakers shooting Nickelodeon slime. Or some '80s chick giving herself a coronary at the boxing gym. Either way, Salva, head of the local Frite Nite label, has a fun, bouncy thing going here. Check it out.

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