Another week, another new collection of gluey weirdness from Vancouver’s ace 1080p stable.

This time the artist in question is Via App, aka 20-year-old Boston producer Dylan Scheer. Scheer’s framework might be techno, but it’s the way her productions bubble and fizz around the form that make Dangerous Game so effective. It probably feels a little awkward to compare her music to Grouper, but occasionally the comparison is pretty accurate as Scheer coos wordless, reverberating vocals over her dusty set of 4/4 rhythms and woozy synths.

You can hear the album in full below, and purchase it on cassette or digital from 1080p’s Bandcamp.



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