Creature Dreams EP
by TOKiMONSTA

— Released 16th May 2011 on Brainfeeder

Jennifer Lee aka TOKiMONSTA prefers to work late – or early, depending on how you look at it. Most of her music is made between two and seven in the morning, because at that time of night “my mind works in strange and mysterious ways.” Hence the title of this EP, a series of warm but decidedly woozy pieces of music, the soundtrack to the oddest, most beautiful dreams you’ve ever had.

From the bouncing bass-beds of “Bright Shadows,” the Cocteau’s-meet-LA-Bea...

Jennifer Lee aka TOKiMONSTA prefers to work late – or early, depending on how you look at it. Most of her music is made between two and seven in the morning, because at that time of night “my mind works in strange and mysterious ways.” Hence the title of this EP, a series of warm but decidedly woozy pieces of music, the soundtrack to the oddest, most beautiful dreams you’ve ever had.

From the bouncing bass-beds of “Bright Shadows,” the Cocteau’s-meet-LA-Beat of “Darkest (Dim)” (like “Little Pleasures,” featuring the exquisite vocals of Gavin Turek), on into “Moving Forward” (which sounds like the music R2D2 makes love to), the driving, relentless beat of “Day Job,” this is an EP suffused with both warmth and creativity.

Creature Dreams EP
by TOKiMONSTA

— Released 16th May 2011 on Brainfeeder

Physical

12" (BF020)
 

Digital

MP3 (BFDNL020)
£4.00
 
16-bit WAV (BFDNL020W)
£5.00
 

Physical

Digital

12" (BF020) MP3 (BFDNL020)
£4.00
16-bit WAV (BFDNL020W)
£5.00

Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Fallen Arches
  2. 2
    Little Pleasures
  3. 3
    Bright Shadows
  4. 4
    Moving Forward
  5. 5
    Stigmatizing Sex
  6. 6
    Darkest (Dim)
  7. 7
    Day Job
  8.  
    Play All (7)
  1. 1
    Fallen Arches
  2. 2
    Little Pleasures
  3. 3
    Bright Shadows
  4. 4
    Moving Forward
  5. 5
    Stigmatizing Sex
  6. 6
    Darkest (Dim)
  7. 7
    Day Job
  8.  
    Play All (7)
  1. 1
    Fallen Arches
  2. 2
    Little Pleasures
  3. 3
    Bright Shadows
  4. 4
    Moving Forward
  5. 5
    Stigmatizing Sex
  6. 6
    Darkest (Dim)
  7. 7
    Day Job
  8.  
    Play All (7)

Jennifer Lee aka TOKiMONSTA prefers to work late – or early, depending on how you look at it. Most of her music is made between two and seven in the morning, because at that time of night “my mind works in strange and mysterious ways.” Hence the title of this EP, a series of warm but decidedly woozy pieces of music, the soundtrack to the oddest, most beautiful dreams you’ve ever had.

From the bouncing bass-beds of “Bright Shadows,” the Cocteau’s-meet-LA-Bea...

Jennifer Lee aka TOKiMONSTA prefers to work late – or early, depending on how you look at it. Most of her music is made between two and seven in the morning, because at that time of night “my mind works in strange and mysterious ways.” Hence the title of this EP, a series of warm but decidedly woozy pieces of music, the soundtrack to the oddest, most beautiful dreams you’ve ever had.

From the bouncing bass-beds of “Bright Shadows,” the Cocteau’s-meet-LA-Beat of “Darkest (Dim)” (like “Little Pleasures,” featuring the exquisite vocals of Gavin Turek), on into “Moving Forward” (which sounds like the music R2D2 makes love to), the driving, relentless beat of “Day Job,” this is an EP suffused with both warmth and creativity.