Review : Long Distance Dan “The Dust Man Stirs”

Ed Zed speaks on the meaty, beaty, spaced out, and hazy Long Distance Dan.


Limeyland’s very own Long Distance Dan thrusts a venerable paw into his luscious cornucopia of bugged-out electronics, fragmented funk and psyche-tinged beats, rummaging around for a hot moment before extracting the exotic and delicious fruit that is The Dust Man Stirs. Dust Man was named by Dan’s 2 -year old son (clearly a man in possession of a poetic soul which belies his ultra-youth), and appears to feature vocal cameos from the young scamp throughout this nebulous yet sparkling album.

Fall under the Long Distance family spell right here :

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