11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Electro-pop visionaries Taraka and Nimai Larson set out to create an "extreme sports genre" by crossing new age utopianism with intense groove. It's a wild goal, but they do succeed at minting new forms. The sisters whip up a ferocious digipunk froth on "Xtreme Now Energy," bolster a cyborg anthem with a gospel choir on "Your Life in the End," and bliss out over the bouncy electro-funk of "Bahia." Indeed, Prince Rama has never sounded more tuneful, and the baroque psychedelic beauty of tracks like "Sochi" could make a spinning motorcycle seem like a modern mandala.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Electro-pop visionaries Taraka and Nimai Larson set out to create an "extreme sports genre" by crossing new age utopianism with intense groove. It's a wild goal, but they do succeed at minting new forms. The sisters whip up a ferocious digipunk froth on "Xtreme Now Energy," bolster a cyborg anthem with a gospel choir on "Your Life in the End," and bliss out over the bouncy electro-funk of "Bahia." Indeed, Prince Rama has never sounded more tuneful, and the baroque psychedelic beauty of tracks like "Sochi" could make a spinning motorcycle seem like a modern mandala.

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