Originally released in 2009, Eliot Lipp’s album “Peace Love Weed 3D” covers a lot of ground in ten songs. The record’s style explores instrumental electro-funk, acid, fusion and even italo-disco sounds.
The album began as a collection of loose sketches made on various drum machines and synthesizers recorded to tape. This source tape was then cut apart, resampled, and enhanced with the addition of more samples and live instrumentation. Lipp chose to work for the first time with a studio guitarist. He met Guitar Ron in the subway station close to his studio in NYC. Throughout this album his efforts blend perfectly with Lipp’s exquisite taste in sound as the synth and guitar leads weave effortlessly in between thick chords and complex drums.
Peace Love Weed 3D was originally released on Eliot’s own label Old Tacoma Records January 27th, 2009 and now receives it’s long overdue, first ever vinyl pressing through frequent collaborators YHS Records.