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Justin Tripp and Brian Close have put together a sort of creative ecosystem. As Georgia, they make music and do video and design work, both for themselves and a range of client-collaborators. Across their prodigious output there remains a sense of continuity—the smaller, more experimental projects counterbalance the high-profile promotional spots, and the whole thing holds itself in orbit, with its own gravity. –Bomb
Their latest release, All Kind Music on Palto Flats sees them collaborating with a number of guest musicians to create a new kind of world music, exploring dance, electronic and the avant-garde.
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