A Track A Day: Club Tularosa

A Track A Day:
Club Tularosa

For LAGASTA’s ongoing series, we asked our friends to choose a favourite track or an album for these weird times, and share it with us along with a photo. A track a day keeps the bad vibes away. Today we welcome our beloved Club Tularosa. Based in Los Angeles, Lionel Rifkin and Ray Barragan have honed an infectious and party-starting sound that takes in serious references like new Wave, post punk, and the 80s proto house synth experiments of Anne Clarke, Yazoo and Depeche Mode, but never makes the mistake of taking them too seriously. Late last year, they dropped their superb second EP “Pyramids” on Man Power’s Me Me Me Recordings, a three-tracker that has been on repeat on our car stereo.

In their own words: “For the feature, we have decided to choose ‘Oh Man’ by Cisco. It comes from a compilation of rare, American, psyche-folk 45’s from the 1970’s, titled ‘Belong To The Wind’. Put out by our favorite LA based record label: Forager. Forager is committed to resurfacing lost obscurities from the past. There’s little to no information on the artist, but it’s colorful expression of pain and soul are extremely captivating in the way the song encompasses a life lived in regret. We initially came across the record while browsing online at Canada’s ’Seance Center’. Only being out for a year, the record is already worth over 100 quid on discogs. A representation of how important this album has become to it’s listeners. Features stellar artwork by the fascinating: Callum Rooney”


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