True Enough

by Soil Creep

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Soil Creep is Irish producer Aidan Wall, also the proprietor of tape and zine imprint Long Lost Records. His music is a slipstream exploration of the emerging form of post-pop production; eccentric lo-fi beats and synths swirl variously around Wall's voice, loops, and sampled vocals, with a few enigmatic interludes. While his debut 'Small Death' experimented heavily with tone, texture, etc., True Enough has an even more assured color and flow. Recorded half while Wall studied abroad in Germany and half at home in Dublin, the tracks draw more directly than any of his past work on the influence of German techno and house music. Nonetheless, Wall's latest bears his Irish home heavily in mind, born in part from meditations on the flight of the country's youth — True Enough is a subtle effort with a complex play of implication and no one true character.

"...juxtaposes caustic, four-to-the-floor club music with euphonious melodies and lo-fi guitar, not to mention some seriously choice samples. Tied together by the coherent production aesthetic, this is a rasping and coughing affair, sounds constantly fraying at the seams. The most delightful aspect however is how undoubtedly of a time and place the album is, without compromising the wider appeal. Bravo." -Totally Dublin

"Some songs lull you into a false sense of security, so many of them relying on massive “drops” for cheap thrills. They’re fun, sure, but there’s not much left once you lose your mind — and maybe even your head. Irish producer Soil Creep (real name: Aidan Wall) knows this, and he puts it on full display throughout his danceable-but-not-really new album, 'True Enough.'" -Potholes in My Blog

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released September 30, 2014

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