Asquith – Temple Runner by Asquith (Vinyl)
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Monday morning in the rush, buzzing from turning a sprint into a jog. Quick stomps with heavy boots to spice up the season of endless beverages. Leave the temple to fix your screws because the whole gang stood with tears in the rain as Susan dropped this boggling compilation of classic London heat-stroke inducing vibes for you and only you. Big up Asquith for the Lobsterian fire. Susan shows deep approval. Ain’t nothing regular degular about this one, folks.
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Brisk and brittle dog hounds pump and shift within the boundaries of
reason because sentences are relative to acquired taste, knowledge,
inspection and invention. Punctuation punctures our visual mind
because we punch the vibes in the morning rush between buses and
trains and underground vibrations. We run before we jog and we think
before we sprint. The season of endless beverages is here and if you
look twice into the ocean before you, the Lobsters crawl and enter the
Temple to run from the stormy breeze.
Acidic intervals get us lost in the endless thread of adult expectations.
We’re fully grown and we aspire to become. The Screws Fix our
attempts to comprehend the incomprehensible desire to refrain from
doing what is not to be done and to reveal what must be achieved as
musky scents brush past the hair in our noses and the drums in our ears.
Repetition is the door that opens in a revelatory orchestrated encounter
with the other side; the side that lingers and brings together a Gang of
dogs and enterprises. I have long understood what we are here to do.
We are able to communicate with the current situation and the bevs are
all but superfluous right now. You know?
In the jungle we reunite and the drums wrap around the bass and as the
Tears In The Rain pour down we remember that nature is at its finest
when we allow it to do its thing just the way it’s supposed to. We are
finally able to sit back and consume, rather than hunt down the hills
and become confused.
Ain’t nothing regular degular about this one, folks.
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Released on Who's Susan's Bandcamp. Info: released March 16, 2020