Clone It Off b​/​w Big Wave

by Mathis Hunter

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triode3 Damn this is good refreshing stuff. I play this on my radio show now. What is it, lounge, soft jazz, introspective, soft-psychedelic? Its that shizzle, that is what it is. You gotta grab this and chill. Damn its great. Its like that 50s smoking room with your friends where you all just lit a fag and you are consumed by the ambience and trying to say something moving and emotional. Yeah, its like that.
Favorite track: Clone It Off.
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Clone It Off 03:36
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Burn It Off 04:00

about

A man that wears many hats and an amulet around his neck, Mathis Hunter has been making music in Atlanta for decades. From his youthful outings with 90’s punk stalwarts Quadiliacha, to the indie electronic/garage staple The Selmanaires in the 00’s, to co-founding the disco-trap production team Noot d’ Noot, and countless bands in between, his resume looks schizophrenic at first glance. Curiously, it is his solo albums that tie all his previous work together through a heavy bias towards his first instrument: guitar. The new album, Mood Lighting, jumps through a dizzying array of guitar textures from the low rider funk of “Clone It Off” to the MPC looped Manchester madness of “Love Becomes”, the text book classic rock of the title track, to the John Martyn-acoustic guitar run through an Echoplex inspired “She Had Designs” there is a guitar texture for everyone. It may be the lyrical content and vocal delivery that ties all these styles together as Hunter seems to be exploring the dissolving of long term relationship. Wrestling with all of the anger, sadness, loneliness, as well as the temporary highs that come with the trauma of separation, the arc of the record is a direct one-to-one reflection of that process that provides quite a ride for the listener.

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released April 15, 2020

Recorded by Mathis Hunter at Alpha Centauri
Mastered by Carl Saff

Performed by:

Mathis Hunter: Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Akai MPC, Percussion
Lee Corum: Drums
Rich Morris: Roland SH-101 on Clone It Off

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