On his debut album, To Stop From Falling Off The Earth, Wave Racer (Tom Purcell) reveals more of himself than ever before, while simultaneously not taking himself too seriously. A striking and audacious sonic departure for the Australian electronic producer, it seamlessly blends together the sugar-rush of his signature ecstatic 64-bit production with his love of quirky pop to tell a story of overcoming anxiety, depression, and isolation. His tongue-in-cheek sensibilities keep Wave Racer's trademark bubbliness in the mix, even as the album tackles bigger demons. The result is vulnerable, self-deprecating electronica; equal parts playful and introspective, light and dark, and an assured re-introduction to this juggernaut talent.
On his debut album, To Stop From Falling Off The Earth, Wave Racer (Tom Purcell) reveals more of himself than ever before, while simultaneously not taking himself too seriously. A striking and audacious sonic departure for the Australian electronic producer, it seamlessly blends together the sugar-rush of his signature ecstatic 64-bit production with his love of quirky pop to tell a story of overcoming anxiety, depression, and isolation. His tongue-in-cheek sensibilities keep Wave Racer's trademark bubbliness in the mix, even as the album tackles bigger demons. The result is vulnerable, self-deprecating electronica; equal parts playful and introspective, light and dark, and an assured re-introduction to this juggernaut talent.
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To Stop From Falling Off The Earth (Blue Vinyl)
Artist: Wave Racer
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $24.98
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DISC: 1

1. All That I Can Do
2. AUTO
3. Tell Me The News
4. Look Up To Yourself
5. What Are We Waiting For?
6. Left Behind
7. Money
8. Better Than This
9. Dreaming
10. Just A Thought
11. Full Circle

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On his debut album, To Stop From Falling Off The Earth, Wave Racer (Tom Purcell) reveals more of himself than ever before, while simultaneously not taking himself too seriously. A striking and audacious sonic departure for the Australian electronic producer, it seamlessly blends together the sugar-rush of his signature ecstatic 64-bit production with his love of quirky pop to tell a story of overcoming anxiety, depression, and isolation. His tongue-in-cheek sensibilities keep Wave Racer's trademark bubbliness in the mix, even as the album tackles bigger demons. The result is vulnerable, self-deprecating electronica; equal parts playful and introspective, light and dark, and an assured re-introduction to this juggernaut talent.