Folk Songs For Trains, Trees and Honey
Savath & Savalas: Folk Songs for Trains, Trees and Honey (March 2000) This debut album from Savath & Savalas was recorded in various bedrooms in both the Atlanta area and Brooklyn, NY -- but is a far cry from low fidelity. The duo take a soulful and organic approach to electronic music, with most tracks being played live with minor adjustments on the desktop PC. The album is as progressive as it is retrospective, showing odes to R&B, soul, and hip hop in a simple and smooth atmosphere. Savath and Savalas is the multi-functional Scott Herren. This project is the alter ego of Delarosa+Asora, Herron's evil twin, which will be released by the Miami based Schematic label. Scott is also Warp recording artist Prefuse 73. Essential.
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