Sunday, August 2, 2015

Analogue Monsta previews "So Ridiculous", a cut off their upcoming album 'Boom'

Analogue Monsta consists of Suzi Analogue, a staple in the Philadelphia music community, and TOKiMONSTA, the LA born "beat baker". Their album 'Boom' is due out tomorrow, but we have a preview of one of the tracks for you today!

Analogue Monsta previews "So Ridiculous", a cut off their upcoming album 'Boom'

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The bass-heavy and intriguing duo of Suzi Analogue and TOKiMONSTA (Jennifer Lee) formed Analogue Monsta in 2010 with the hopes of creating a unique and diverse sound, unparalleled in music today.  With vast backgrounds in a wide array of styles and genres, these two bring immense talent and insight into all of their productions. 

Today they previewed a track off of their new album Boom which is set to drop tomorrow.  This trippy, winding, and airy production plays very well into Suzi Analogue's soothing vocals and really puts TOKiMONSTA's production skills on full display.  While "So Ridiculous" is only a glimpse of what is yet to come off of this album, we can only imagine what else is in store from Analogue Monsta. 

Check out the track HERE!

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