I streamed this album for free until Bandcamp would no longer let me. "Hard Working Man" was my jam. Finally I bought the entire Andras discography; what a bargain! This music is so comforting and uplifting. "Stereo Dunnies" has since stolen my heart with its slo-mo underwater breakbeat.
Favorite track: Stereo Dunnies.
Collection of musical sketches made with obvious love and attention to detail. Similar in feel and vibe to an old, undiscovered, Warp release which can only be a good thing,
Favorite track: Water Diviner.
mark chaney, ben knowles
This IS dad music! As a dad and lover of sound and vibe this captures a very specific vibe with it's sound. The beat seems to be more upfront at times than in some of Andras' work, but they fit perfectly in this project. I really like this and think it might be my SECOND favorite Andras project.
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Includes unlimited streaming of House of Dad
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“ András cleans out the garage with new alias House of Dad - a project that's both a dedication of love and a constructive criticism. Recorded at his suburban family home, warmed by ducted central heating and microwaved frozen meals, this first release on H.O.D. Records pays homage to his plumber father.
A darting network of pipes, toilet supply lines and garden hoses, its a steady flow from the man-cave dwelling 'Entrance To The Garage' to 'Water Diviner's mystical bleep. 'Hard Working Man' tightens the sample-based house music cliches clockwise; it's HardYakka affirmation breaking in half under the weight of descending pianos and a gently whispered declaration of love. The blissfully content 'Stereo Dunnies' and 'Roof Metal Corrosion' reflect on a job well done before the working week knocks off with ’POETS Day’. “
- WORDS: Michael Kucyk
released July 15, 2016
All tracks inspired by Matthew Wilson
Written, Produced and mixed by A. Wilson
Recorded in Melbourne, Australia, 2016
listening to this mix I can close my eyes and have an epic dance party of one, transported to a dark loud place surrounded by beautiful sweaty creatures, as if it was any year other than 2020 djcaptainplanet