Album Review

SSLEEPERHOLD – Ruleth (Holodeck, 2013)

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This bad boy was sold out for a bit, even though it only came out a few months ago. But Holodeck knows their shit and repressed this asap, so I figured now’s the time for yall to hear about if you missed out on the first go-round. SSLEEPERHOLD, aka José Cota of Medio Mutante, puts together a sexxy synthy dance fest that has the catchiest hooks outside of pop. This is all over the place style wise, like a New Age cloud rap darkwave that could just as easily come from a John Hughes movie as it could from John Carpenter, slow & grimy, tender & bangin, making for beastly times on the dance floor as well as solo transcendental mind explorations. Ruleth gets all the points for originality in this synth saturated scene. Can’t wait to see where he goes with this. Excellent fucking stuff. And the repress was only another 300 copies, so don’t wallow for too long on it.

One Response to “SSLEEPERHOLD – Ruleth (Holodeck, 2013)”

  1. Aymeric says:

    Hi,
    Your blog is an outstanding database of unbelievable records.
    Just got through Ssleeperhold “Ruleth” a couple of days ago, this stuff is so good, it could have been used for a John Carpenter movie.
    Keep posting these kind of records ;)

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