Inspired by the purchase of a Lebanese synthesizer playing microtonal scales and lo-fi Eastern drum patterns, Rainbow Arabia began a escapist diversion from Danny and Tiffany Preston's day jobs. The demos they recorded, which were written and put to tape in a matter of a days, became their debut, The Basta. The duo released a series of EPs and singles for Manimal Vinyl, Merok, Pure Groove. As the project progressed, Rainbow Arabia shifted their focus towards into more cosmic territory aligning with the venerable Kompakt Records who released their first full-length album Boys And Diamonds.
Rainbow Arabia return with their new LP FM Sushi. Further expanding their cosmic sound by adding multi-instrumentalist Dylan Ryan (Icy Demons, Ether Feather) into the mix, Rainbow Arabia continues to strive to create songs that are hard to describe but easy to love. Their latest is a decidedly different direction for the group stripping away much of the tropical rhythms in favor exploring a more pulsing, immersive sound that combines krautrock's rolling synthscapes with their signature mercurial pop. With its choir-like synths, analog sequencing and new age saxophone solos, FM Sushi is determined to set a crystalline path into a future filled with colors that mankind has named only in dream…
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