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Blister Boo This track is so smooth and relaxing and gives me this montage in my mind of all the good times and love I've experienced with others. People don't realize how fast life moves and this track allows me to get into the feels that make it worth the experience. It almost reminds me slightly of the track you put on the first Snakefoot and Friends mixtape, the 6th track with that super mellow synth and the vocal sample scratched going "these days, are insane". Great job man!! Favorite track: Luh Letter.
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Retronyms 01:58
Sads 02:05
Luh Letter 03:23
Inna Zone 02:04


SnakeFoot a recent Los Angeles transplant from the woods of Burlington, Vermont met Dome of Doom Label Owner Wylie Cable while playing LA’s Beat Cinema’s 2017 New Years Party. After a studio visit with Wylie SnakeFoot spent a year crafting “Retronyms” in his home studio. The album is a mixture of meticulously programed drums, dusty twisted vinyl acapellas, thick synth lines from a trusty/untrusty Moog Realistic MG-1 synth, and a myriad of constant collaborators.

Drummer/Producer/DJ SnakeFoot spent 2017 crafting his full length album for Dome of Doom as well as putting a seven piece live band together to play interpretations of his compositions. That summer was filled gigs states side DJing / performing with the band as well as two international ventures to play in Europe and Mexico. While exploring Mexico with a crew of album collaborators (Steph Heaghney, Brian, Raymond, Nick Campolo, & Haley Fenn) SnakeFoot played a live improvisation drums / saxophone set with Raymond at ¡TRUEQUE! festival, as well as a solo DJ set.

The last year has been really encouraging knowing that the produced music can translate successfully into captivating live compositions open to improvisation and a rotating cast of players.


released August 17, 2018

All songs composed and mixed by SnakeFoot

Mastered by Mark Evans

Cover Design by Humble Weight

Text Design by Lucy Prouty

‘Giants’ - vocals by Steph Heaghney, guitar by Nick Nunca
‘K1’ - vocals by Haley Fenn, saxophone by Brian Miller
‘Howl’ - vocals by Slug Christ, scratches by Crusty Cuts
‘Sads’ - scratches by Crusty Cuts


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