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Yol & David Curington - A Typical Sunday

Released: February 13 A collaborative effort from two avant-garde artists, A Typical Sunday  is an album filled with lurid soundscapes provided by Curington and anxiety-inducing spoken word insanity provided by Yol. It all makes for a jarring combination that is off-putting and alluring at the same time. The way the album is put together is also rather discombobulating as it moves from a short and sparse tracks and then right into longer ones packed with all manner of noisy bits and pieces that change up without any warning. Everything is arranged in such a way as to punctuate the madness of the voices which consist of broken phrases screamed at the listener and nonsensical vocalizations that sound like they are causing physical pain to the speaker.  The first track, "Waking Up with the Sun" is one of the shorter tracks but the aggressive and repetitive glitching instantly assaults the ears as the louder part subside periodically and suddenly to give way to the incoherent and

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