ALBUM REVIEW: “Mobility For Gods EP” by First Person Shootr

February 27. 2012 | By Dustin Shey

First Person Shootr
Mobility For Gods EP
[Lefse Records]

Lefse Records soon might be able to call itself a genre and not just a label. The record label currently boasts an eyebrow raising roster, including Cuckoo Chaos, Youth Lagoon, Houses, and more incredible acts.

The latest release from Lefse is a lo-fi collection of songs from First Person Shootr, an ambient instrumental and two step inspired EP built by Fred Warmsley. The Mobility For Gods EP is only 5 songs, but something you would pop in the tape deck (if you still have one) with the top down hauling ass down the highway.

It’s not upbeat by any means, rather an instrumental experiment of Warmsley inspired by ’90s music like Deele, The System, and Tony! Toni! Toné. Check out the full album below!

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