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[BadPanda077] Monster Rally – Island On Fire

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Monster Rally is Ted Feighan from Columbus, Ohio.

Gold Robot released his debut album, Coral, and its sea-foam green (now sold out) vinyl has been one of the two most played record from 2011 in our headquarters (try to guess the other one).  The video for Color Sky and the Kassette Klub mixtape are internet gold.

Influenced by the African highlife, Bahamian calypso,  Tahitian nightlife and hazy surrealism, his music is no less addictive than chocolate M&Ms. Someone compared him to Madlib, The Avalanches or Quiet Village, but he’s clearly doing his own thing.

The new track was composed during the Coral sessions and it is here on Bad Panda, courtesy of Gold Robot.

Monster Rally – Island On Fire [mp3] [ogg]


“I find it hard to listen to Coral and not feel an intense desire to live in an alternate universe where its always summer and we never have to get old.

Written by badpandarecords

11/04/2011 at 10:30 AM

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  1. […] Latest looped out highlife dubs from Columbus, Ohio’s Monster Rally.  Since his self-released EP, Ted Feighan has debuted his first full-length Coral on Gold Robot and is now working out his sophomore effort with Bad Panda. […]

  2. […] was released this January, (grab that seafoam vinyl here) and came to my attention courtesy of Bad Panda. One of his tracks opened my Sounds of Summer mix from last year, which was a no-brainer as he […]

  3. […] ones made by Monster Rally – yet another superb release from the Copyright-free pastures of Bad Panda Records – are a blast from the past, a time when sampling was footloose and fancy free, and one man with a […]

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