Instrumental: Japanese Television – Slime

Taken from their latest and most creatively titled EP ‘Japanese Television II’, our favourite psychedelic, instrumental quartet Japanese Television recently returned with ‘Slime‘. The track is filled with hypnotic, monotonous rhythms which weave and interlock together creating something intensely groovy with even a dance-y side to it.

Speaking of the track, Japanese Television have said: “Slime is the spiritual successor to Bloodworm, both being named after John Halkin horror novels we found in the village hall which doubles as our recording studio. Powerful, propulsive and poisonous, like a killer jellyfish.’”

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