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Binary

Number

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1.1
Red Flag
Number
3:42
1.2
Titan Shuff
Number
4:30
1.3
Tomtom
Number
3:51
1.4
Face Down in Ecstasy
Number
4:38
1.5
Wedge
Number
3:50
1.6
One
Number
3:26
1.7
Never Change
Number
4:50
1.8
Crocodile Pyle
Number
4:15
1.9
Nothing to Fear
Number
3:55
1.10
Where You Sound
Number
4:31
Total Playing Time    41:28
Introducing the latest addition to the Sunday Best roster, Number.

Number is a new forward-thinking sound machine fronted by Ali Friend and Rich Thair – the co-founders and rhythm section of electronic music pioneers and musical renegades, Red Snapper.

Rich and Ali started Number as a means of rediscovering something of what they grew up with; the dirty disco bass lines, noisy drum machines, wonky percussion, leering live drums, jagged guitar melodies and uplifting soulful songs, with the help of vocalists Dan carney (Astronauts), Luisa Tunstall-Behrens and Heloise Gerstein (Landshapes), Byron Wallen (trumpet) and John Metcalfe (strings), the duo create a compelling collision of sonic textures and found sound.

Their electric sound is on full display with their full-length debut, Binary.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sunday Best Recordings Studio Masters

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