Produced by A.M. Breakups & Elucid.
Guitar by Richard J. Crosby.
Additional synth programming by Psychic Twin.
Mastered by Willie Green at The Greenhouse.
Original version from Porches’ “Pool” out now on Domino Recording Co.
Coming from Houston and Chicago, producer Analog(ue) Tape Dispenser and rapper SKECH185 have been making music together for the last decade. Starting with 2011’s “New Age Middle Finger,” they have been crafting their heavy and sometimes bizarre vision of hip-hop, fueled by ATD’s sample heavy, IDM influenced production, and SKECH’s frighteningly quick staccato delivery and metaphorical-heavy social commentary. The fall of 2016 has the duo back together, under the moniker War Church, to release a new album, “Gunship Diplomacy.” Dense, heavy, uncompromisingly smart, yet oddly danceable, “Gunship Diplomacy” shows two seasoned artists breaking new limits to create an album that stands outside the genre.
6 years ago, A.M. Breakups, accompanied by Warren S. Britt and The Gent set out on an expedition to reinvent sound with positive intentions. With this sound they chose to display their stories of struggle, identification, and awakening. Their message relayed with a great responsibility and an equal sense of urgency has finally caught waves in the New York Underground music scene. With this they provide an open look into the first of volume of their studies…