Chilled-out sounds released by the great Merck, a Florida-based label that put out tons of great shit over a relatively short run. Pistachio Island = 45 vignettes of ambient, beat-driven IDM, along with the artist's encouragement to play it on shuffle. This conceptually playful approach feels like a relic of a bygone era of electronic music, but sonically, the record feels like an antecedent to the whole "chill lo-fi beats" thing, only in ADHD form.
I'm not typing all that out; find the track listing here.
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