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Listening to Anthony Naples’ latest album, Fog FM, feels like tuning into a late-night broadcast from an alien planet – which is apparently what the New York producer was going for when he began crafting his distant, techno and house-inflected sound. When working on the album (presumably about a world where television hasn’t killed the radio star), he jotted down the loose concept that inspired it on his iPhone: “What would it sound like if you’d never listened to dance music, but then you found a radio station, and there were all these sounds you’d never heard played before, from somewhere you have no idea about, by someone you’ll never know anything about, before you lost the signal to static and it disappeared forever?” It’s an introverted, eyes-closed take on the genre, and a captivating one.
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