|2.||"Big Sausage Pizza" (3:27)|
|3.||"Ubi Hubi" (4:09)|
|4.||"Wider, Git Hub" (3:12)|
|5.||"Fantastic Neckground" (3:52)|
|6.||"Johnny's Road Song" (0:50)|
|1.||"Blizzard People" (4:41)|
|2.||"El Schnorro" (4:04)|
|3.||"Ein Kola Bitte" (4:01)|
|4.||"Fuzz Roll" (5:11)|
|5.||"Karenn Du Renold" (6:09)|
If you're unfamiliar with the Ratgrave name, you're not alone: this this bustling, future funk LP marks the first time collaborators Max Graef and Julius Conrad have released anything under the alias. The set was apparently recorded at different times, and in different places, over a three-year period. Musically, it draws much inspiration from intergalactic jazz-funk, P-funk and otherworldly '80s boogie, but also feels instinctively loose, carefree and improvised. The result is a set of lo-fi cuts that sound like they were recorded straight to tape during improvisational jam sessions, but were probably far more polished and thought-out than you might expect. Either way, it's the kind of LP that gets better with each successive listen.
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