Cold Clay From The Middle West

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Iggy goes West! Soda Gong is over the moon to welcome back Kansas City-based musician Iggy Romeu with his latest collection as Mister Water Wet. "Cold Clay from the Middle West" is a (characteristically) sharp left turn from his last two records, with Romeu offering up a surprising and addictive melange of crackpot Americana and smoky noir beat science. “Cold Clay Suite” opens the record, a five-part ride into the sunset that features Cooder-esque guitars, cat-gut fiddle, horse-hoof percussion, stadium organs, penny whistle, and bleary-eyed polysynth ruminations, among sundry other ephemera.

Multi-instrumentalist Will Yates, known to most as Memotone, shows up three times on the album, lending clarinet, keys, guitars, banjo, sarangi, and vibraphone to these kaleidoscopic productions. It’s a wild ride of a record akin to following a dotted bridleway on a crumpled old map, marvelously variegated and stitched together as only MWW knows how. Get along, now.

  1. 1 - Cold Clay Suite (feat. Memotone) 13:07
  2. 2 - Song for Glob (feat. Memotone) 4:39
  3. 3 - Have a Seat 2:07
  4. 4 - Daddy's Dirt (feat. Memotone) 7:11
  5. 5 - Cooky 5:45
  6. 6 - Born to Lose 4:09

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Cold Clay From The Middle West

32,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Cold Clay Suite (feat. Memotone) 13:07
  2. 2 - Song for Glob (feat. Memotone) 4:39
  3. 3 - Have a Seat 2:07
  4. 4 - Daddy's Dirt (feat. Memotone) 7:11
  5. 5 - Cooky 5:45
  6. 6 - Born to Lose 4:09

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about the record

Iggy goes West! Soda Gong is over the moon to welcome back Kansas City-based musician Iggy Romeu with his latest collection as Mister Water Wet. "Cold Clay from the Middle West" is a (characteristically) sharp left turn from his last two records, with Romeu offering up a surprising and addictive melange of crackpot Americana and smoky noir beat science. “Cold Clay Suite” opens the record, a five-part ride into the sunset that features Cooder-esque guitars, cat-gut fiddle, horse-hoof percussion, stadium organs, penny whistle, and bleary-eyed polysynth ruminations, among sundry other ephemera.

Multi-instrumentalist Will Yates, known to most as Memotone, shows up three times on the album, lending clarinet, keys, guitars, banjo, sarangi, and vibraphone to these kaleidoscopic productions. It’s a wild ride of a record akin to following a dotted bridleway on a crumpled old map, marvelously variegated and stitched together as only MWW knows how. Get along, now.

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