Vinyl LP pressing. Like Weather echoes the world-building energy of Prince's Sign "O" The Times (1987) - every track is a self-contained universe all it's own, there are no rules or conventions - it's full of hooks, but also insular as fuck, the production is all over the place and it still sounds like nothing else (although if you're into the Mica Levi-produced Tirzah album (2018), know that this here is the aesthetic, spiritual blueprint). It feels analog, then digital - it's R&B, but also baroque music box, drone pop, experimental, electronic, junglist - attempting to define it is like trying to cup mercury in the palm of your hands; it'll just find something else to slide into. Newly remastered by Rashad Becker; cut by Lupo. Includes 7".
Vinyl LP pressing. Like Weather echoes the world-building energy of Prince's Sign "O" The Times (1987) - every track is a self-contained universe all it's own, there are no rules or conventions - it's full of hooks, but also insular as fuck, the production is all over the place and it still sounds like nothing else (although if you're into the Mica Levi-produced Tirzah album (2018), know that this here is the aesthetic, spiritual blueprint). It feels analog, then digital - it's R&B, but also baroque music box, drone pop, experimental, electronic, junglist - attempting to define it is like trying to cup mercury in the palm of your hands; it'll just find something else to slide into. Newly remastered by Rashad Becker; cut by Lupo. Includes 7".
5060165486175

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MODERN LOVE
Rel. Date: 12/18/2020
UPC: 5060165486175

Like Weather (Wsv) (2pk)
Artist: Leila
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 30.98
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Vinyl LP pressing. Like Weather echoes the world-building energy of Prince's Sign "O" The Times (1987) - every track is a self-contained universe all it's own, there are no rules or conventions - it's full of hooks, but also insular as fuck, the production is all over the place and it still sounds like nothing else (although if you're into the Mica Levi-produced Tirzah album (2018), know that this here is the aesthetic, spiritual blueprint). It feels analog, then digital - it's R&B, but also baroque music box, drone pop, experimental, electronic, junglist - attempting to define it is like trying to cup mercury in the palm of your hands; it'll just find something else to slide into. Newly remastered by Rashad Becker; cut by Lupo. Includes 7".