If you’re in the mood for another dose of Sunday Morning Medicine, enigmatic producer Nicolas Jaar has released “The Ego,” a catchy, politically charged original. Jaar, known for his eclectic, understated offerings, has supplemented his production with the transposed vocal stylings of Theatre Roosevelt. “The Ego” features a minimal, hypnotic beat, layered with election rhetoric such as “let Detroit go bankrupt.” Aside from its cryptic political implications, “The Ego” is a lovely dub-inspired production, released on Jaar’s label Clown & Sunset, and available for free download below.
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