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New Path by Essaie Pas

Essaie Pas

New Path

Release Date: Mar 16, 2018

Genre(s): Electronic, Club/Dance

Record label: DFA


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Album Review: New Path by Essaie Pas

Great, Based on 3 Critics

Exclaim - 80
Based on rating 8/10

Montreal husband and wife duo, Essaie Pas, found inspiration for their latest album in an odd place, an old Philip K. Dick novel. Anyone who has read A Scanner Darkly, published in 1977, will remember the paranoid, drug-addled lens through which its characters are shown — that same unsettling feeling is strewn throughout Essaie Pas' latest effort. The record begins with the ominous pulse and creepy synth squiggles of "Les Aphides," and it's a dark ride from there on in.

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Pitchfork - 77
Based on rating 7.7/10

After his fourth wife left him, in 1970, Philip K. Dick spent several years in his California home living semi-communally with a rotating cast of mostly teenage drug users and ingesting heavy amounts of amphetamines. These experiences inspired the sci-fi author's 1977 opus A Scanner Darkly, which envisioned a not-so-distant, dystopian Orange County, featuring a corporate-run rehab center called New-Path.

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The 405 - 75
Based on rating 7.5/10

Electronic music is a force in constant mutation. It adjusts according to needs, urgencies and allows entities to express themselves through most forms and channels. Independently of your musical weapon of choice, in the end, it's still an expression of your perception. Montreal-based duo Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau have their individual strengths and both are absolute electronic music powerhouses.

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