Mother Of Thousands

from by KiloWatts

supported by
/

about

Mother Of Thousands is a badass succulent with a badass name. This thing actually does self-multiply in the thousands, and it looks like a rabid velociraptor. If you want to grow it, keep it confined, because it will take over, and even jump from pot to pot.

The track itself features piano, Korg SV-1 rhodes, and a meditative hum. Just a case of listening to the track, noticing myself unconsciously humming, and hopping in the vocal booth to lay it down. The low root of the vocal is doubled and pitched down an octave with a slight formant-shift to the dark side (I guess towards a Ü or a Ö or something... the formant knob was just left-->right).

Carefree romp in downtempoland.

credits

from Seven Succulents, released February 18, 2014

tags

license

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

KiloWatts Philadelphia

Whether expressing the warmth of the heart through lush chords and melodies, or engaging extraterrestrial aliens through twisted granular tractor-beams, James Watts is committed to sharing music with the world, and beyond.

contact / help

Contact KiloWatts

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code