Tearist, “Closest”

Jeremy Krinsley

Tearist, Living: 2009-Present

Tearist, Living: 2009-Present

That Tearist, the LA electronic duo, should choose to release a live album seems like a good way to show off the alien energy the group exudes onstage, but it's also an interesting choice since they could just as easily have dropped a massive, slickly produced series of summer bangers (sort of hate that word). It's because their music is an interplay between Yasmine Kittles' multiple-climax, virtuosic vocal performances, and William Strangeland's immaculate synthetic compositions. The initial preview for Tearist Living: 2009-Present shows off their allegiances: it's a gritty track, the sound of dance music processed through lo-fidelity live recording quality, and apparently, “multiple versions and performance tapes are spliced, mashed, layered, collapsed and collaged to create an organically flowing album.”

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So instead of falling in line behind bit crushers like Crystal Castles, Tearist see themselves releasing their Early Work alla “Sonic Death, 2 x 4, or Metallic K.O.”

Sounds good to us. Also, if you thought you recognized those legs pictured above, perhaps it was in this:

(If not this.)

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