Hume‘s Phat Daughter String Quartet, subject of this One Track Mind, is finally out and available for purchase. The 12″ record includes a suite of four compositions on the a-side backed by dub versions of those same pieces on the flip. I had thought the b-side would be kind of disposable—that it would sound like somebody playing a Final Fantasy video game through a delay pedal. Not the case though! Hume’s Britton Powell deftly splices the quartet into some heavy reggae riddims, sounds kind of like Arvo Part paying a visit to Black Ark.

Pick it up here.

Here’s a couple of sample clips:

Hume & the Phat Daughter Quartet: “Oneirnaut”
[media id=”193″ width=”350″ height=”55″]

Hume & the Phat Daughter Quartet: “Oneirnatty”
[media id=”194″ width=”350″ height=”55″]

More from WCP