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New Interview &  Album Review: Deadbeat & Camara - Trinity Thirty (Constellations Records) @ Talkhouse

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New Interview & Album Review: Deadbeat & Camara - Trinity Thirty (Constellations Records) @ Talkhouse

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A shared love of the Cowboy Junkies’ classic Trinity Session brought producer Scott Monteith — aka Deadbeat — and musician Fatima Camara together for Trinity Thirty, a slowed-down, slightly creeped out tribute to the album. Since the original was famously recorded in a church, Scott and Fatima decided to have a conversation about their religious backgrounds. They met in April at a cafe in the sun
— Josh Modell, Executive Editor, Talkhouse

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New Review: Deadbeat - Waking Life @ Resident Advisor (Jan. '19)

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New Review: Deadbeat - Waking Life @ Resident Advisor (Jan. '19)

Waking Life may be Monteith’s most satisfying work since his career masterpiece, Drawn & Quartered. Like that album, it strips down the Deadbeat sound to its core elements—house, techno and dub—the results of which are undeniable. But where Drawn & Quartered was almost intimidating in its heft, Waking Life seems intent to serve the kind of uplifting and communal experience that spawned it.
— Andrew Ryce - Resident Advisor

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New EP: Deadbeat - Waking Life (BLKRTZ)

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New EP: Deadbeat - Waking Life (BLKRTZ)

Find this love letter in form of a release HERE!

As the year draws to a close I’ve decided to release a special 6 track EP dedicated to what is in my opinion the greatest festival on the planet currently, namely Waking Life. It’s available now via my Bandcamp page and will be available through all the regular digtal channels in the coming weeks. A special limited double 12 inch will also be available at the festival this year. Enjoy!
— Deadbeat via Facebook

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