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Elite Gymnastics

Adam Brooks and Josh Clancy of Top notch Gymnastics once assembled a combination for the U.K. style range Forty Ounce Clothing entitled All We Fucking VALUE Is certainly K-Pop, Whitehouse and Our Felines, even though that’s definitely an exaggeration, the Minneapolis-based digital duo clearly has a fondness for Korean pop and provocative sound, and its own sample-heavy soundscapes are by transforms languid, deep, thoughtful, and thought-provoking. Brooks and Clancy started making music jointly in 2008, assembling paths on a notebook, and released their initial EP, Real Close friends, this year 2010. The initial Gizzard Greens 12″ implemented shortly after, another made an appearance in early 2011. As the music press begun to detect Top notch Gymnastics, 2011 became a busy season on their behalf — combined with the second Gizzard Greens one, the duo released the EP Neu! ’92, and two EPs entitled Spoil. All of Top notch Gymnastics’ material have been originally released through their very own Psychedelic Surf Membership label, but after on the web distribution from the All We Fucking VALUE… and I’D LIKE a 38-Minute Truce WHERE THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO Rape mixes gained them a lot of press (especially for his or her embrace of K-pop noises), these were authorized by Acephale Information, which reissued both Ruin EPs about the same album.

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