Last week, Miguel Baptista Benedict made his debut on Brainfeeder with the album Super(b)-Child-Ran. But the thing is, the Chicago multi-instrumentalist released another full-length earlier this month on the label BARO. It’s Basement Songs, a collection of 14 tracks that showcase his truly original approach to recording. Some cuts are straight-up ambient pieces while others are built upon loops of piano keys, clinking percussion, and warped samples. It’s a bizarre, albeit rewarding, listen and the type of album that requires your full attention.
Purchase/Download: Miguel Baptista Benedict – Basement Songs [Bandcamp]