Cubik and Origami

Cubik and Origami

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Subliminal sparkles bloom into room-filling clouds over the span of minutes, and tiny snatches of vocals burn trails through space. Fans of C&O's more percussive work will find a lot to love here—The textural detail, ambitious arrangements, and wide palette remain, but the frame is all-new.

Biography

After years of lending life to their music with the heaviest of drums, SF/LA duo Cubik and Origami turned to one another and said, “I wonder what we’d do without all that?” Many long-distance sessions later Matthew Madrone and George Cochrane had the answer: the glittering songs that make up the core of their upcoming album, “Chairs”.

The word of the day for “Chairs” is evolution, both in its direction and the unhurried yet intricate progression of its sounds. Subliminal sparkles bloom into room-filling clouds over the span of minutes, and tiny snatches of vocals burn trails through space. Fans of Cubik and Origami’s more percussive work will find a lot to love here—The textural detail, ambitious arrangements, and wide palette remain, but the frame is all-new.

“Chairs” beckons you to close your eyes and drift into a more lustrous tomorrow.

CUBIK & ORIGAMI REVIEWS:

Aiding and Abetting

“A wonder of an album. Something new and amazing is always around the corner.”

Heavy Contact

“Cubik and Origami… are taking us to the next era of the hip hop and jazz, and it’s up to us to either help them, or get out of their way.”

Humanbeatbox.com

“…a well orchestrated, well performed, well engineered piece of work. It has soul, creativity and vibe. It suggests at even greater things to come…”

Discography

Cubik and Origami / Wide Hive Records / 2005
The Beat Within (with Eachbox) / Eachbox Music / 2007
Slept in on Doomsday / Dinner Party Records / 2008
Bought and Sold / Prismatic Records / 2010
Wet Minds / Unpopular Music / 2012
Holla Four / Unpopular Music / 2012