Strange and unusual things are afoot….

The USAliens releases are compiled to showcase some of the great up and coming talent coming from the United States. Volume 2 is 13 peculiar tracks from various beings across the land, varying in style and approach. Bright melodies to intense dark scenes, strange feelings and unusual revelations… Stay on your eyes and keep your toes peeled!

Released by: Anomalistic Records
Artwork by: InertG & Endo
Mastering by: Anomalistic Studios

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01 – JGIII – Faceing The Music (190)
02 – Xzy Yui Sui – Soft Hills (149)
03 – Pangea – S.O.B.S. (185)
04 – Sriracha – Zesty Mouthboners (155)
05 – Primordial Ooze vs Facehead – Seismic Disturbance (164)
06 – Psychosis Generator – Let Me Out (143)
07 – Retohmorgon – Another Dimension (175)
08 – Sunchild – Save My Life (152)
09 – Atom Smasher – A World That No Longer Exists (184)
10 – Myrkabah – Day Three Blues (165)
11 – Justincaseboy – Throw Away (160)
12 – Dfectv – Molly (96)
13 – Spiritual Tazer – Everything Is Up For Grabs (Temple Tiger and Konvndrvm RMX) (110)

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Naiad Daiad - Cream Of Wheat

Naiad Daiad is a collaboration between Aquarium, guitarist of digi-funk trio The Malah, and OpenSourceCode AKA neurotrance producer Priapizzm. Their sound explores the realms between classic psychedelia, dubstep, and 80s synth pop. Imagine if Phil Collins, David Gilmour, and Zeno made an instrumental album—you might call it sub-aquatic dub funk, or maybe dadstep. Whatever you want to call it, Cream Of Wheat has been years in the making and JellyFish Frequency Recordings is proud to present it to you! Mastered by Priapizzm with art by Josh Nash.

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01 – Marta (85 BPM)
02 – Hangin’ By A String (105 BPM)
03 – Between Notes (113 BPM)
04 – Fordy ‘Till Five (128 BPM)
05 – La Valtze Des Balienes (126 BPM)
06 – Africa (80 BPM)

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