just juxtaposing

Today, a seriously rare piece from Mark Anthony Heide from his album, New Music for Use, released in 1983 and considered a weirdo-synth classic. "Dance in Juxtaposition Part Two" is some serious analog synth swells, electric guitar harmonies, and a vibe that's a bit like if you transported Jan Hammer to Ypsilanti or Canton and made him write according to those surroundings rather than Miami's warmer climes. Also would go well with some Arthur Russell, perhaps? Judge for yourself, but I know that I have been rocking this album ever since I got it from the truly excellent Mutant Sounds blog.

Mark Anthony Heide- Dance in Juxtaposition Part Two

Tomorrow, thinking something acidy.

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