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Album artwork for The Skull Eclipses by The Skull Eclipses

The Skull Eclipses' self titled album. Available here on Grey Colored Vinyl, Standard LP and CD.

Known respectively for their independent work as Botany and Lushlife, Spencer Stephenson and Raj Haldar selected their collaborative mantle, The Skull Eclipses, when the album became more than just a one-plus-one combination of their individual sounds. Broadly, The Skull Eclipses is a post-hip hop album that harmonizes tropes of mid 90's electronic genres-- ambient, downtempo, jungle, & trip-hop-- under a hauntological umbrella. It is the first offering from a project that's as much indebted to Broadcast & The Focus Group as it is to Pete Rock & CL Smooth, but obligated to neither. Up close however, the album is a peer into the shadows by two figures uncontent with blending into the tapestry of modern music, wholly committed to creating experiences over mere content, which is pouring in from all corners of a frustrated and distracted world.

LP+ - Grey Colored Vinyl.

LP - Standard Black Vinyl.

CD - Standard CD.

The Skull Eclipses

The Skull Eclipses

Western Vinyl
Album artwork for The Skull Eclipses by The Skull Eclipses
LP +

$19.99

Grey colored vinyl.

Released 03/09/2018Catalog Number

WV144lp-C1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for The Skull Eclipses by The Skull Eclipses
CD

$11.99

Released 03/09/2018Catalog Number

WV144cd

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

The Skull Eclipses

The Skull Eclipses

Western Vinyl
Album artwork for The Skull Eclipses by The Skull Eclipses
LP +

$19.99

Grey colored vinyl.

Released 03/09/2018Catalog Number

WV144lp-C1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for The Skull Eclipses by The Skull Eclipses
CD

$11.99

Released 03/09/2018Catalog Number

WV144cd

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

The Skull Eclipses' self titled album. Available here on Grey Colored Vinyl, Standard LP and CD.

Known respectively for their independent work as Botany and Lushlife, Spencer Stephenson and Raj Haldar selected their collaborative mantle, The Skull Eclipses, when the album became more than just a one-plus-one combination of their individual sounds. Broadly, The Skull Eclipses is a post-hip hop album that harmonizes tropes of mid 90's electronic genres-- ambient, downtempo, jungle, & trip-hop-- under a hauntological umbrella. It is the first offering from a project that's as much indebted to Broadcast & The Focus Group as it is to Pete Rock & CL Smooth, but obligated to neither. Up close however, the album is a peer into the shadows by two figures uncontent with blending into the tapestry of modern music, wholly committed to creating experiences over mere content, which is pouring in from all corners of a frustrated and distracted world.

LP+ - Grey Colored Vinyl.

LP - Standard Black Vinyl.

CD - Standard CD.