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I guarantee you will be hearing more about Mwahaha in the coming months. This Oakland 4-piece blends crazy psychedelia with analog drum machines and thick synth lines, making for an all-out aural treat that deserves repeated headphone listens. Their self-titled record (out December 6) features indie darling Merrill Garbus of tUnE-YarDs, and was mixed and partially recorded by Eli Crews (Deerhoof, Tune-Yards, WHY?, Restiform Bodies). Anticon‘s Jel and Odd Nosdam are both currently confirmed for remixes in the near future as well. Keep an eye on these guys. You can also preview another great track from their record called “Poinsettia” over at their Bandcamp page.