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New Strange Parts Split Available for Streaming & Purchase

There's a new split out now from Strange Parts & Ogikubo Station via This & That Tapes. A serene, psych-pop ambiance reflects a sunsetting warmth. The mesmerizing effect of the vocals, coupled with the undercurrent of grooves, simply draws you in. You can find Strange Parts performing at Johnny Brenda's tomorrow night, along with Weekender and Native Sun.

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New Music Video: "Weathersby" - Strange Parts

Attia Taylor & Corey Duncan, a.k.a. Strange Parts, have shared a new video for “Weathersby”. The track is featured on the duo's 2018 album, Oh God, What A Beautiful Time I Spent In The Wild, which was recently reissued via This & That Tapes. Shot in black & white with bright bursts of pinkish-purple fireworks, the video ties into the summer season. The pair naturally sway to the hypnotic groove. There’s a fantasy-inspiring, daydreaming aesthetic at play.

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New Strange Parts LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Oh God, What A Beautiful Time I Spent In The Wild, the debut LP from the pairing of Attia Taylor & Corey Duncan, a.k.a. Strange Parts, was recently released via Specious Arts. Produced by Jeff Zeigler, the album offers an interplay between the soothing, silky vocals that vaporize in an intriguing psych-pop symmetry and the honed but heavy, upfront position of the rolling groove. A whimsical sweetness ventures and melds with eccentricities, creating an imaginative realism. One slips into the fantasy setting, but can also relate on a grounded, personal level.

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New Music Video: "The Ukulele Song" - Strange Parts

The stripped-down beauty of Strange Parts' "The Ukulele Song" scores Attia Taylor’s home-spun footage of her trip to Trinidad. The unfiltered imagery temporarily transports, creating a candid sense of elegance. The song is featured on the duo’s debut release Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings.

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New Strange Parts Album Available for Streaming & Download

Strange Parts, the duo of Attia Taylor and Corey Duncan (Oh! Pears), recently shared their new album, Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings. The collection of songs were recorded between Duncan's hometown neighborhood, Rainier Valley, in Seattle, WA and Bedstuy Brooklyn, where Taylor currently resides. Though these demos didn't quite make the cut for the group's forthcoming LP, they are "adored," and stand as a "document of Attia and Corey's writing process". Take the lo-fi ditties for a spin below. (Photo by Adam Haney)

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