Wednesday, March 9, 2011

D. Paris - "Trojan Drubbing"

Last time we heard from D. Paris, it was the throbbing disco cut "1954," which the tantalizingly great Transparent posted back in late February.  Now we have "Trojan Drubbing" to tide us over until the London knob-twister strikes again.  Where "1954" was made for a macho stroll down a hard street or for brooding in the basement of a dark club, "Trojan Drubbing" is a more intensely intimate song that invades your headspace.  Featuring high-pitched vocal shrills that echo the more ethereal tones of Radiohead/Thom Yorke, this song seems to soundtrack a D.M.T.-induced hallucination of aliens plucking and prying at their subject's vocal cords. 

Trojan Drubbing by D. Paris

Here's "1954," too.

D. Paris - 1954

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