Airhead drops a new single via R & S Records, and it's an obtuse one indeed. The rhythm seems to have a bit of a dub reggae feel to it, but it seems that anything goes with the slew of vocal samples and synths that sit on top of it. It's got an interesting groove to it, but definitely comes off more like a collage than a dance beat.
A few months ago I praised this guy for coming together with what's essentially a sample-based ballad. While it isn't as beautiful, "Pyramid Lake" seeks and finds new ways to perplex.