Co La's latest track “Blanketing Marrakesh” continues to pit a minimal aesthetic against an abstract milieux of samples that flit in and out of the mix, with the entire concept of “everything but the kitchen sink” thrown out the window by a hyper-connective mind keen on keeping the beat locked tight in the kitchen cabinet.
You could go with Co La mastermind Matthew Papich's take on his own work, too:
“A laid back revision of your Parents idea of a love song, new feelings for new contradictions”
The dishes are done: Follow the link to hear the track.
The track come as the second in Co La's “Fugitive of Leisure” singles series on Friends Records.