Sebastian Paul: Trojan Horse

Sebastian Paul SKU: 36927593
Sebastian Paul: Trojan Horse

Sebastian Paul: Trojan Horse

Sebastian Paul SKU: 36927593

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $18.98

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Title: Trojan Horse
Artist: Sebastian Paul
Label: Mad Decent
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 819478022601
Genre: Electronic

Limited vinyl picture disc LP pressing. Sebastian Paul's debut Trojan Horse EP is an eclectic, 5-track glimpse into the Colorado-based artist's prowess as a producer, vocalist, and songwriter. Released in summer 2018 via Mad Decent, Sebastian's hybrid of future and retro soundscapes are dusted with off-kilter samples, electric guitar flourishes, and wall-shaking bass. Trojan Horse is both distant and familiar at the same time. Cutting his unconventional pop vocals in his car, the makeshift isolation booth anchors Sebastian's unique sound. On the title track, you hear the thoughts of a man reflecting on his life and embracing his future, all layered over rumbling bass and ripping guitars. Juxtapose that with "Ezra", which sounds like the result of locking Kaytranada and Lou Reed in a basement studio for the night, and you find that Sebastian's sound is not so easy to pin down.


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