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Khruangbin - Mordechai (Black Color) Vinyl LP

Dead Oceans

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Khruangbin - Mordechai (Black Color) Vinyl LP

Critically acclaimed LP by Khruangbin. You need this album,recommended

Price €24,95
Format 1xLP
Label Dead Oceans
UPC 656605149318
Color Black
Year 2021
Condition
Media condition
New/Mint
Sleeve condition
New/Mint

Album Facts

Khruangbin - Mordechai (Black Color) Vinyl LP

Critically acclaimed LP by Khruangbin. You need this album,recommended

Price €24,95
Format 1xLP
Label Dead Oceans
UPC 656605149318
Color Black
Year 2021
Condition
Media condition
New/Mint
Sleeve condition
New/Mint
Khruangbin has always been multilingual, weaving far-flung musical languages like East Asian surf-rock, Persian funk, and Jamaican dub into mellifluous harmony. But on its third album, it’s finally speaking out loud. Mordechai features vocals prominently on nearly every song, a first for the mostly instrumental band. It’s a shift that rewards the risk, reorienting Khruangbin’s transportive sound toward a new sense of emotional directness, without losing the spirit of nomadic wandering that’s always defined it. And it all started with them coming home.
By the summer of 2019, the Houston group—bassist Laura Lee Ochoa, guitarist Mark Speer, drummer DJ Johnson—had been on tour for nearly three-and-a- half years, playing to audiences across North and South America, Europe, and southeast Asia behind its acclaimed albums The Universe Smiles Upon You and Con Todo El Mundo. They returned to their farmhouse studio in Burton, Texas, ready to begin work on their third album. But they were also determined to slow down, to take their time and luxuriate in building something together.
Musically, the band’s ever-restless ear saw it pulling reference points from Pakistan, Korea, and West Africa, incorporating strains of Indian chanting boxes and Congolese syncopated guitar. But more than anything, the album became a celebration of Houston, the eclectic city that had nurtured them, and a cultural nexus where you can check out country and zydeco, trap rap, or avant-garde opera on any given night.
In those years away from home, Khruangbin’s members often felt like they were swimming underwater, unsure of where they were going, or why they were going there. But Mordechai leads them gently back to the surface, allowing them to take a breath, look around, and find itself again. It is a snapshot taken along a larger journey—a moment all the more beautiful for its impermanence. And it’s a memory to revisit again and again, speaking to us now more clearly than ever.
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