Sal Dulu - Nafuchsia In Fantasy | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Maximous Maybe Not
3. Track 3
4. Full Metal
5. Track 5
6. Trapped In Container Hell
7. Track 7
8. Neri eyes ft. Fly Anakin.
9. Track 9
10. Don't Fade Away.
11. Track 11
12. Something is Missing
13. Track 13
14. Bulldog In Paris
15. Track 15
16. All Day Apathy
17. Track 17
18. Purple Heaven
19. 1
20. Battlestar
21. 1
22. Nafuchsia

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Sal Dulu's, real name Senan Magee, way of making music sits somewhere in that same vein of unplanned experimentation. The Dublin-based producer's expansive yet fragmentary worlds are born out of sitting in the studio late into the night and, as he puts it, "seeing what happens." You can hear that sense of hazy, explorative nocturnal freedom on his acclaimed debut album, 2021's Xompulse, which won praise from the Guardian, Bandcamp, the Line of Best Fit, the Financial Times and more. Now, having signed to Lex Records, he is gearing up to release the record's vibrant follow-up, Nafuschia In Fantasy, named in part after his girlfriend.His work broadly fits under the umbrella of instrumental hip-hop - although, Nafuschia In Fantasy does have a stellar feature from Virginia raper Fly Anakin on the almost liturgic 'Neri Eyes'. This is a record that swells with the soft, mundane excitement of the quotidian, cut through with textures of voice notes from his girlfriend. There are also lines from '70s American TV adverts which resonated with him; Sal Dulu enjoyed experimenting with his new modular synthesiser to pitch these almost unrecognisably, reflecting some kind of inner-monologue.Skittering jazz beats, plush keys and synthesised choirs, along with colourful flecks and splats of distorted brass and collagist sampled vocals, all bring to life the flickering, relentless cascading of his ruminations in an almost painterly way.And so, Natuschia In Fantasy takes that blank canvas and revels in experimenting with all the possibilities.