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Sonic futurists of the Southeast, We Roll Like Madmen are a distinctive crossbreed of electronic dance production, emotive songwriting, and energetic live performance. Standing at the cusp of controllerism and auditory-visual manipulation, WRLM delivers an immersive experience like no other. Their music is firmly rooted in electronic dance genres while focused on song crafting and a vocal-centric aesthetic. Bridging the gap between DJs and musicians, they are equally at home in the club and on the stage, on the dance floor and at the dive bar. We Roll Like Madmen bring an unparalleled energy to the their performances, driving music forward with a radical collaborative vision.
Who is Heady Crystals? signifies a highly charged point in W.R.L.M.M.’s musical arc, combining countless ideas and influences into a blissful explosion of tonal colors and block party beats. Much like distilling the entire universe into a shot glass, “Heady Crystals” is undoubtedly hearty. Listen for precise club bangers, cavernous crooning, meandering synths and throbbing bass avalanches. It’s the right kind of music for our voyage into the future and we’re proud to bring it to you in both digital and limited edition CD formats!
Sonic futurists of the Southeast, We Roll Like Madmen are a distinctive crossbreed of electronic dance production, emotive songwriting, and energetic live performance. For our most recent podcast, we asked the Clemson, SC duo to curate a special mix in commemoration of their upcoming Nophi release, Who is Heady Crystals? which will grace our ears on July 20th.
Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Uneins
Sepalcure – Breezin
Starkey – Lost in Space (Innerpartysystem remix)
Sbtrkt – Living Like I Do (feat. Sampha)
Amp Live – Playing With My Tremelo
Four Tet – Angel Echoes (Caribou remix)
Major Lazer – Jump Up (Thom Yorke remix)
Loops Haunt – Ark
Morgan Zarate – Hookid
Robyn – Call Your Girlfriend (Feed Me remix)
Simian Mobile Disco – Cruel Intentions (Joker remix)
Nocturnal Sunshine – Can’t Hide The Way I Feel
Long Arm – Organic (feat. Teknical Development)
Darkstar – Aidys Girl Is a Computer
Gang Colours – Dance Around The Subject (Pedestrian’s Dusty Warehouse remix)
John Talabot – So Will Be Now… (feat. Pional)
Nicolas Jaar – Specters of the Future
Desimal – 9604
Samples taken from Radiolab episodes “The Turing Problem”, “Talking to Machines”, and “What Does Technology Want?” as well as the film Transcendent Man.