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Naytronix Mister Divine

(180g Colored Vinyl LP)

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Naytronix Mister Divine on Colored 180g LP

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Naytronix is the alter ego of multi instrumentalist Nate Brenner who spent much of the past four years touring the world as bassist for the mighty tUnE-yArDs. Consider Naytronix's second full-length, Mister Divine (2015, City Slang), his treatise on the subject, which sees him turning from the disjointedly funky party dance anthems of his debut Dirty Glow (2012, Plug Research) to a surrealist stream of consciousness poignancy.

Conceived in tour buses, hotel suites, and basement studios initially as fodder for DJ sets, Mister Divine is the feeling of déjà vu between delirious post-show fevers and the road-torn sleep through the night on the way to the next city, driving the circumference of the Earth in nine weeks, dreams of Pangaea, of forever ago and infinity from now. Imagine: impossibly, and without the recollection of flying, you're in Europe maniacally driving through the pre-dawn to catch the first ferry to Belgium, to Spain, to Sweden.

There is Dur Dur on the stereo, William Onyeabor, Khaira Arby, and Dizzy K, compilations and mixtapes of unknown origin and content. This too is a dream, and tomorrow you're starting over, another opportunity to bask in the irrelevance of the present moment, "all we have," while keeping one eye on the future and one on the past.Brenner has digested a lot in the three years since introducing this world to Naytronix. tUnE-yArDs has turned into something of a perpetual motion machine, taking him to far corners of the Earth, as well as Carnegie Hall and the TV sets of Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien, Jools Holland, and Austin City Limits.

He did some recording and performing with music royalty Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon, got to collaborate andlearn from Cibo Matto's Yuka Honda, and even found some time to take the Naytronix band around the US and across the Atlantic, from London to Istanbul.His music as Naytronix keeps its characteristic reflection of the ‘70s of Onyeabor and Bootsy Collins, there is too a new face of the sincerity and vulnerability of the ‘70s of Arthur Russell he shows here amid the psychedelia, as if wishing to land the Naytronix Mothership down to stay with us for a bit.

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