I think every music nerd fantasizes about what the future of music holds. I, for one, think about the possibility of music kinda becoming a weird, mutated amalgamation of everything we've been listening up until this point. That probably won't happen--not completely, anyway. Interestingly enough, the music of Doldrums--a.k.a. 21-year-old producer Airick Woodhead--makes that future fantasy a present reality.
The music of Doldrums sounds like, well, everything. On the track "I'm Homesick Sittin' Up Here In My Satellite" alone sports orchestral brass samples, tribal percussion, and a vocal melody that's a little jazzy. If you think track is a clash of ideas, you've got to tray "Parrot Talk" via the 'Zones stream.
This EP is gonna get a limited 300-copy release of 12"s, so pre-ordering might be a good idea.