Raised on a Hare Krishna commune in Florida, educated at art school in Boston, and now making noise and living in Brooklyn, Prince Rama are the latest addition to the Paw Tracks roster. Their new album Shadow Temple is an epic shrine of swirling synths, pulsing guitars, and thunder drums. An ethereal chorus of voices and anthemic melodies create a reverb-washed mine of sonic artifacts drawing from southeast Asian rituals, krautrock legacies, chopped and screwed homages, hallucinatory operas, and dance hall psychedelia. Recorded in Kurt Vonnegut’s grandson’s cabin and a 135-year-old haunted church with the help of Rusty Santos and Animal Collective members Avey Tare and Deakin, Shadow Temple offers itself as a sincere porthole into a mysterious realm that defies material understanding.
Prince Rama: Shadow Temple
Lightening Fossil Prince Rama 3'56''
Satt Nam Prince Rama 3'54''
Raghupati Prince Rama 5'17''
Om Namo Shivaya Prince Rama 4'47''
Thunderdrums Prince Rama 6'13''
Mythras Prince Rama 4'53''
Om Mane Padme Hum Prince Rama 4'02''
Storm Worship Prince Rama 1'22''