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Haunt

by Cosiner / Capital

Like Bill Frisell playing a David Lynch soundtrack. Sensual mood swings through jazz and Latin percussion loops.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Introducing the Haunt
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2. 19
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3. Chasing
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4. Time Lapse in this City
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5. West's Theme
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6. Anything, Yet
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7. Pearl
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8. Night is a Child
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9. Late Opening
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10. Ride Home?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Featuring beats and production by Oakland-based Cosiner, the beat mastermind behind Shing02's successful "400" album.

Guitar by Capital, guitarist on several Shing02 records, rock band Colonel Knowledge, afro-arabian funk act Kelly Takunda Orphan, and collaborator with DJ Nozawa (all available on CD Baby). Capital also plays in numerous Brazilian jazz groups in Northern and Southern California and with legendary Nigerian Afro-Beat band "Kotoja".


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Nadav Savio

Lush... Can't stop playing it.
I can't stop listening to this. It's laid back without being spineless, atmospheric without being shallow. And I haven't heard anything else like it. Nice!

Don Bon

Technowledged rthythm soothsounds
A blanket of sofisticated tonal warmth for a grey day .Guitar karma replinishes.Earporia for the hard of heart.

Pamela Rooney, CD Baby


Careful construction of atmosphere, detail-rought melodies, and the richest beats permeate this hybrid record of trip hop, jazz, pop, and Latin. There’s a meandering sexy lounge feel brought on by loops filled with hand percussion and effected or uneffected classical guitar lends itself for spooky, ethereal, artful dodging of the mainstream; if you’re into the geekery of music dissection there’s plenty to hear on this record that will have you wondering exactly which effect is effecting what, but as a casual listening record, this is fully of warmth and sprightly attitude. It would be the perfect soundtrack to a joyride through a city, or perhaps just parking your car on the cliff above it for the spectacular view.