Gobby pet sits for an insurance company, announces new album Beats By Gobby 2 on UNO

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If lethargy and nausea are currently overwhelming you because you’ve recently been inundated with utterly banal musical discoveries, you might want to double-check to see if you aren’t simultaneously throwing-up as well, because it’s flu season in the Northern Hemisphere. Hell, even if the inside of your toilet bowl does resemble your best dinner attempt at a Jackson Pollock, let’s bring Gobby into the mix, because his ability as a producer has the considerable potential to both perk up your years AND divert your attention from the cellular battle currently being waged dangerously close to the edge of all orifices!

The New York-based artist isn’t one for being the center of attention, but despite the few — if any — in-depth interviews to which he’s consented, the music bearing his moniker contains all necessary intrigue. His 2014 album Wakng Thrst for Seeping Banhee was a weird narrative trip accompanied by equally weird homemade videos; and around that time, he also released his first Beats By Gobby mixtape. Was it Gobby in straightfoward form?

Apparently, still fuck no. Beats By Gobby 2 goes without an overall concept just like the first one, though what we get instead is exactly what the title implies: beats from a guy who wanders liberated in an artistic sense. Calling it electronic music might work if we’re inclined toward extreme concision, but even that connotes a little too much.

Pre-order (with a free hat) ahead of its February 14 release, and check the video for the track “Trunks Nett” below:

Beats By Gobby 2 tracklisting:

01. Newboz
02. Trunks Nett
03. Marketplace
04. Le Congy
05. YARD
06. Take Pic
07. Chu Chu Chane
08. BB Guide
09. Z Angrily
10. Beatchable Benis
11. Phroccoli
12. Praty Selep
13. I Could Die For Duoi
14. Limon
15. Schwuft!
16. Adam Bladow
17. Fart Outside My Dude
18. Penney Wise
19. I Have A Joke
20. Cloud Harris

♫ Listen: Various Artists: PRIMORDIAL VOID – Primordial Chaos

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Let’s primarily focus here on the Primordial Chaos compilation being the first release on MMJ’s new imprint, PRIMORDIAL VOID: a Massive debut compilation release collecting 20 electronic and live recorded works, featuring Jeff Witscher, Gobby, HKE, Olan Monk, Mukqs, Lockbox, Sentient Gyre, Terribilis, Oxhy, Emamouse, LXV, Theodore Cale Schafer, Angelo Harmsworth, M/M, Waterhouse, Constellation Botsu, Yolichika, Kazumichi Komatsu, Snakepiss, and Modelock & EMBASSY. No-lie, every track is worth it. Told Marcel a while back that he’ll be someone people expect to product/recommend good shit as we all get older. Primordial Chaos is living up to that standard. And sets a potential above ground. In a spastic, paranoid, and tru-g0D mode sonics. Stream and explore:

♫ Listen: MūT – After School Program (07​/​08)

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For all you geeks: MūT es Gobby. Or it’s one-third MūT is Gobby because it’s a band Gobby is in. Something like that. Shit, wait, it’s a label? Something we Choco’d a minute back.

It’s such a blessing when vocalists come from a background percussion. There’s a real flow you can here in all Gobby’s vocal works that hits. So hearing a little bit of Gobby’s After School Program (07​/​08) works manipulating harmonies of rhythm hits a lot of spots. And get’s whacky.

When all the pieces fit. The crooked images comes out like magic eye. Like, 3-D. A board game that was rarely played. That needs more time being played. Triple-taking a double-take. Insisting on it. The surprise undercover. It’s still you’re friendly neighborhood Gobby. Super G-Rated explore sesh below:

After School Program (07/08) by MūT

Music Review: Gobby – El Honko Mixed

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El Honko Mixed

[HOSS; 2017]

Rating: 4/5

,2he adventure; to the adventure. finding yourself in a self. making things lists, lots of lists. the elongated subway-running noise elongated,,,,, Hype Williams but ownership of ones’ auteur. hever-not been-had a mustache. #food Maybe cancer is a magic HuAMNS canT handl;e “GODDAMN,, TELEPATHY” Self disposed, but/and on more common terms

[no seriously click this link durning any point of El Honko Mixed by Gobby; life sorts itself out

OMGGG<<< deezzZZZZzzZz nuUuTTSZzz #overloadASMR Help me! ok 🙂 loo^k, i just Nooo, miCkey-n00d13s {shHH boston-not-bonst 2o!7} crumpling a chip bag n,ext to a microheadphone on me-ears.,.,,

When you hit that part in a Choose yr own Advente]ur book, &nd bac-ktrac

Living with mice in geometry. $He know$ i’m herre

The haunting feeling of nothing at all just creeping. A List




does y’re daddy dance en Españlol y- yes!, Gobby makes daddy cry .
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that belief of nothing being important enough to believf

an LooottTs of scratching

/me gUSTo savage spronounced like jHonny dEEp::

and yellin ggwhenever you wanna and, yahh, just screaming, mucho #loud”] a hypnotism at best , but en mass, for/of who RAIDOHEAD GASSTATION . AHEAd: YES NO UNDER SCORE unchartered like , directions in any directions “DIRECTIONS U PEACE OF SHIT

when Mickey from Boston come back from walking yr dogg &nd noodles all up in that slack-jaww spare riipbs

El Honko Mixed by Gobby a justification to lose yourself although you’ll lose yourself anythough a podcast tellingyou this so it was never read checking for booze for the tird thyme ee sips of waAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAter yelling “GRRRAAAAAAA

AAAAMs” out the window by the cemetery she burryiied . in., but this pleasant reminder

Writer’s Note: Chinatown is NOT fine; P, I demand and answer comma ellipses althought, Moondog in some ways. the mirror standing in the mirror ellipsesHelp me! Biting fingernails, having never bit your fingernails before, how? New Years Res to make friends but friends and not questioning why you see movies together. save space sin a safe w/ Sade visualization of th e whole and i will forEVER change the channelle on M*A*S*H but Marshall like it, so daddy. mostly i dunno if i’m fucking sick or not. amisick? kthxbye?


♫ Listen: GOBBY – El Honko Mixed

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GOBBY is a very big deal to me, let alone TMT. Maybe it’s an overwhelming feeling for everyone else, but it seems like GOBBY’s releases can always pin-point my feelings and exactly what I’m audibly into at the moment. Then, going back and replaying/reprocessing this music trends with me in an evolutionary way, without a smidgen of nostalgia. Even GOBBY’s works with Mykki Blanco is pure revisionist type nonsense that I love calling silly because how-else you listen to music?

Welp, thanks to HOSS Records, GOBBY just dropped a new-new entitled El Honko Mixed. It’s a good culmination of all and none of GOBBY’s previous works, and exactly the smelly kid in class who never changed their sweatshirt for two and a half years, including patches and pins that are half all falling off. Find a sound:

♫ Listen: Gobby – “Early Text”

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So stoked Gobby is continuing to expand that non-visual, completely audible, and all-around visceral experience. Simply, “Early Text” is an excellent example of how pulls together Gobby’s honed-in percussion expertise, frog-prince vocal experimentation, cracked modern composition, and overall avant-garde theatrical motif. That jovially curious melody of a cellphone notification. Crackling, Barry White voice that only a deep sleep could pronounce. Vibrations like the club from last night. “Early Text” has been awaiting your gaze since Wednesday. Gobby is knocking. Answer:

Gobby drops remix EP featuring Dean Blunt, Eric Copeland, and Earthly; premieres video

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Gobby, the familiar, sensual lover of otherworldly remixes, has collected a batch of edits from another batch of otherworldlies from his DFA debut, No Mercy Bad Poet (tapes are still available). It’s titled The Remix EP, and it’s out now. Enlisting Dean Blunt (Babyfather, Hype Williams), Eric Copeland (Black Dice), and Earthly (birthed of the soil we call home), the tracks “The Dishwasher” (previously released in June), “Hometown,” and “Alcoholic,” respectively, all callback to the nutty, graveled productions of their prior souls.

Eric Copeland’s takedown of “Hometown” flips the light-spirited sense of the original into a head-spinning funk-junker minus the bubbles, double up on the eight-bar loopsanity. While Earthly veers left, stripping away the wooze and drool of “Alcoholic,” forming a cathartic actualization of the presumed disease. For Dean Blunt’s remix, we can refer back to Mr P’s June love thrust: “the foreboding original now ten times removed, all sluggish and clipped and desolate.” We can concretely state that Black Metal’s draped-up, dripped-out mentality is alive and well in the depths of Dean Blunt’s laptop.

The Remix EP is available now via Bandcamp. Stream the whole thing below and, while we have you, also watch the new video for “Alcoholic,” which we have the pleasure of premiering.

Thank you, DFA. Thank you, Gobby.

The Remix EP tracklist:

01. Hometown (Eric Copeland Remix)
02. Alcoholic (Earthly Remix)
03. The Dishwasher (Dean Blunt Remix)