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Boomkat Product Review:
Jesse Hackett and Mariano Chavez - both members of Nyege Nyege supergroup Metal Preyers - dive into the murky world of lo-fi pop. Think A*iel P*nk vs Ghost Box, but not cancelled.
A collaboration between Gorillaz keyboardist Jesse Hacket and Chicago-based artist Mariano Chavez, Teeth Agency is a multimedia project, frothing between formats (their debut was described as a music-book-art-object) as haphazardly as they do genres. "You Don't Have to Live in Pain" was curated by Stones Throw boss Peanut Butter Wolf, and honestly sounds like a mixtape, with tracks bounding from cassette noise to Casio pop to gurgling psyche and blunted jazz without missing a beat.
Everything sounds as if it was recorded to dictaphone tape from shows miles and years apart; instruments are swapped up and torn to shreds, voices mutate from track to track and styles are as incomprehensible as the timeline. If you enjoyed the duo's work on last year's ace Metal Preyers album, give this one a look: it's like a hauntological vaunt through the Sublime Frequencies catalog with only a Grateful Dead bootleg for company.