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What's so good?
By Devin Duckworth | Feb 24, 2012 | Total plays: 16,076

Canadian group Phèdre dished out this track less than a week ago with little fanfare, but is now gaining more exposure thanks to one of 2012's most prevalent artists, Grimes. Earlier this week the Canadian songstress was quoted saying, "All I can say is that it doesn't get much cooler than Phèdre, and this is one catchy fucking song."

Daniel Lee and April Aliermo of Hooded Fang, along with Airick Woodhead of Doldrums, combine together to create music that launch a lucid sonic attack upon your ears. In its greatest efforts, "Cold Sunday" takes shape in a variety of genres, giving us a plethora of creative and intriguing sounds with ambiguous allure. Right at the start of the song we get a glimpse into what pure insanity might sound like. I can make out hazy demonic murmurs, wobbly drums and a tiptoeing beat that builds up into an outburst of pop-infused hip hop.

Clearly, this description sounds a little obscure, but this song is anything but normal. Imagine Neon Indian, Of Montreal and Outkast procreating and giving birth to a skitzed-out alien baby and you get "Cold Sunday."

Check out Phèdre's self-titled wreckord which dropped on February 14 via Daps Records.
Devin Duckworth
Devin is the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director for TEETH Mag. @devinduck www.devinduckworth.com www.teethmag.net
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