RIYL: Fuck Buttons, chipmunk vocals, retro video game scores
Andrew Hung (Fuck Buttons) throws his greasy fingers into the soundtrack game on 2016’s newest cult classic film The Greasy Strangler, throwing them into overdrive on the vintage keyboards. If there was a way to make synthesizers sound like they’re oozing grease, Hung has figured it out. If Suicide tried writing singalongs for kids, you’d get something similar to these 19 tracks. Ranging from 8-bit ambiance to mathematical jams, prepare your mood for one of its most schizo episodes its had in years. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you may even vomit if you stare at that album cover long enough.
If you enjoyed the experimental pitch-shifting vocal treatments from Bon Iver’s new full-length, Hung has amped that method up to 11.5, and if you love Mark Mothersbaugh soundtracks, cuddle up next to this hot rod for a while and strangle that ‘buy’ button.
Pressed on 180 Gram Shocking Pink Vinyl with White Greasy Splatter. Limited to 1000 copies.
DESIGN BY: Jay Shaw
Listen to Greasy Strangler snippets on Soundcloud
- Maybe Buy
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