Raleigh Moncrief | Everybody’s at the Mall

Sacramento producer Raleigh Moncrief (who helped engineer the Dirty Projector’s “Bitte Orca” album) released an EP, “Dusted”, out now via Anticon records. The song I can’t stop playing is “Everybody’s at the Mall”, a four and half minute beauty to luxuriate in. (One that even label mate Odd Nosdam could appreciate.) There are all kinds of subtle sound layers: a steady beat, distance-sounding vocals, and a soothing bubbling sound that serves as the foundation. Follow Moncrief on facebook, twitter, and at an official website — David D. Robbins Jr.

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