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Keep It For Later
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RELEASE DATE
12/21/2009

This is the second full-length album from Berlin-based Namosh. Keep It For Later is a beautiful whirlwind of a record, although a touch softer than its precursor. Here, Namosh twirls dream-like, synth-generated sound sequences into rhythmic bass lines, percussion and vocals, further enriched by the cello, brass and jazz guitar provided by a few select peers. Mixed by Thomas Stern (Crime & The City Solution, Einstürzende Neubauten), the album also boasts a rare collaboration with German composer/arranger Peter Thomas (Jerry Cotton, Raumpatrouille) and Namosh's first-ever mainstream croon-fest, "Pleurer Et Rire" ("Cry And Laugh"). In 2003, Namosh E. Arslan first wowed the crowds with "Picked Up Floozy," a rousing club hit and pumping electro track carried by Namosh's smooth, yet curiously choppy vocals that still fills dancefloors around the world. In a poll by Q magazine, Björk voted Namosh's "Cold Cream" her favorite song. A tour de force and force of nature, Namosh's live sets are leagues apart from the latest mainstream offerings. Keep It For Later is a heady, synth-driven avant-pop anomaly with some bizarre R n' B tricks up its sleeve.