Boing Boing review of Luscious-235

Rob Beschizza of Boing Boing has written an insightful and spot-on review of Luscious-235’s “End.Game.” album. Check it out here.

Beschizza wrote a piece called “The Mixtape of the Lost Decade” that was the major thematic driver for the album. It is satisfying that he so clearly understood our interpretation of, homage to, and take on his work.

You can pick up your copy of “End.Game.” on Bandcamp. We still have some vinyl left, too.

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Luscious-235 "End.Game." collaboration available!

Shortly after I finished all the work for “Pantemonium!”, I started a side project with an old friend, U-235.

Together, we crafted a retro science fiction synthwave masterpiece, called “End.Game.” Recorded from the tail end of 2017 to the beginning of 2018, It is a series of hit songs providing details about the lost decade of the 19A0s, a period of time somewhere between 1979 and 1985 that has been expunged from the historical record — and found on our record.

Rob Beschizza described it well in his “Mixtape of the Lost Decade”.

If you like my voice and songwriting, you will enjoy this. It features some stunning artwork designed by John Karborn, with overall sleeve design by Iran Narges. Mastering by Michael Hateley for Lotus Mastering.

It is up on Bandcamp now, and a spectacular limited edition clear vinyl run will be available soon.

End.Game. front cover. Artwork by John Karborn.

End.Game. front cover. Artwork by John Karborn.

PANTEMONIUM! available now!

Today’s the day, people. After more than 10 years of work, catastrophe, blood, sweat, tears, and other substances, “Pantemonium!” is available everywhere. Spotify, iTunes, and other streaming services if that’s how you roll. Or you can buy downloads at Bandcamp.

We are quite proud of this long-overdue release. It includes many of the songs you’ve heard us play for the last 10 years, plus a few you’ve never heard before. Guest appearances by Darow Han, jh0st, and Pants old and new.

The amazing photography was done by Lauren Tabak. The striking album design is by Iran Narges.