the fringe ft. Holy Holy Vine, Abadongo Abaganda Kampalathe, and Dog Walk

Holy Holy Vine


This low-fi gem by Holy Holy Vine takes one on a kaleidoscopic journey through glitchy soundscapes of fusion jazz, where warped beats and distorted melodies collide like improvisational savants of an otherworldly nature.

With its charming psychedelic imperfections, this experimental track transports one to a whimsical realm where the lo-fi walks into a meandering lucid dream of another kind.

This is where improvisational jazz and psychedelia meet.

Abadongo Abaganda Kampala

Okukomawe, Uganda (ca. 1948)

This analog gem from the vault is a vintage sonic experiment that dances on the edge of chaos and harmony, weaving a hypnotic tapestry of raw emotions and unfiltered passion.

This Ugandan track tugs at the heartstrings with its haunting melodies and gritty vocals.

Now brace yourself for an unconventional auditory adventure, as this song pushes the boundaries of experimentalism, and challenges traditional normalities.

Dog Walk

Passenger Seat

Embracing lo-fi aesthetics, this innovative composition by Dog Walk melds vintage melodies and more modern elements, resulting in a sonic time capsule that defies time.

In an enchanting blend of simplicity and intricacy, this underground track showcases the beauty of lo-fi experimentation, leaving one captivated by its understated, and shimmering brilliance.

Now unravel the enigmatic layers of this lo-fi masterpiece, where echoes of electrified instruments and haunting whispers coalesce, crafting an otherworldly sonic tapestry of psychedelic brilliance.


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J.R. Gilmore

West Texas native, J.R. Gilmore, was born in Houston, on planet earth, 4.5 billion years after the planet was formed out of a mixture of dust and gas. And at least 3.5 million years after hominids stopped swinging in trees and began walking upright.