Formerly the man behind Jookabox
, DMA (aka David Moose Adamson) began his career as a one-man-band in the grand old tradition of the 'one-man-band' (re: man with a bass-drum on his back and a monkey clapping symbols, collecting change from the crowd etc.). With "Pheel Phree", to some extent, Adamson has returned to his roots. Except this time, the result sounds more like a creepy basement dance party.
DMA's debut full-length provides a uniquely beat-driven, meditative clamor. At times danceable and at times ethereal, the self-produced LP is intriguingly difficult to pinpoint. James-Ferraro-sensibilities are coupled with the artistically-free-approach of Captain-Beefheart, resulting in 33 minutes of a rather other-worldly tunes. "Pheel Phree" effectively introduces the world to the weirdness that is David Moose Adamson.
Pheel Phree is a vinyl / digital only release, of which 500 hand-numbered copies are pressed on "Phreedom Red" vinyl. Which is what we call red vinyl inside semi-translucent orange vinyl, with magenta splatter. The unique vinyl color created by using both "color-in-color" and splatter vinyl pressing methods.