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New Music: “What’s All the Fuzz About” by Walter Gross

Boundary-pushing music label New Los Angeles will be releasing GØNER by experimental DIY hero Walter Gross on October 30. The album comes as a limited edition cassette, or a digital release.

According to his label, Walter Gross

is a force to be reckoned with, and we feel it's high time he got his due.  Walter is a film-maker, visual artist, and beast of beats.  In fact, "beats" doesn't do him any justice, Walter writes compositions; gorgeous songs with pop sensibilities, they just happen to sound like they've been dragged to hell and back.  We've always found that Walter's music affects us in much the same way as early Nine Inch Nails, and believe that a comparison to Trent Reznor is not something we would throw around lightly.  WG is the real deal.

You can pre-order the digital on iTunes:

If you're looking for more experimental Walter Gross music, last month he released a lead-up ep called Genre which is free on his bandcamp, which also include other projects:

Here's Walter's latest video, Fade to Facts:

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