Small Black 7″ on Transparent

November 3, 2009 at 8:49 pm Leave a comment

The folks over at Transparent have just released a new single from Brooklyn’s Small Black, now a little less then a month after the (mysterious) appearance of a 12″ EP on Cass Club. Transparent’s release features the first track off of their self-titled 12″ EP, “Despicable Dogs,” alongside “Kings of Animals,” an obscenely fun bit of casio-driven, lo-fi pop. “Kings of Animals” is definitely the highlight of the single for me, probably owing to my pop predilections, and will be happy to learn that it qualifies for my top ten of anything list. Groovy lyrics, including the underused expression “God bless,” (I mention it purely for novelty) and amazing instrumentation make for a darn solid track. A great jam, to say the least.

You can stream the single here, and shortly buy a copy from Pure Groove or Leftist Nautical Antiques, if you’re in Europe or the United States respectively.

Toodle-loop,

Dwight

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