|1||Kalimba Deathswamp / Kurt Feelingx||5:21|
|2||On The Same Picture|
Vocals [Featuring] –
|7||Can't Get Used To Those (Afterlude)||1:31|
|8||Elbow Flood (Instrumental)||5:21|
- Mastered By –
- Performer, Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By –
Released in an eco-cardboard gatefold.
- Barcode: 659457506025
|Prismic Tops (LP)||Now-Again Records, Now-Again Records||NA 5060, NA 5060 LP||US||2010|
|Prismic Tops (LP, White Label, Promo)||Now-Again Records, Now-Again Records||NA 5060, NA 5060 LP||US||2010|
|Prismic Tops (8×File, MP3, Album)||Now-Again Records||NA5060||US||2010|
|Prismic Tops (CD, Album, Promo)||Now-Again Records||none||US||2010|
- Dimlite's PRISMATIC TOPS goes off in even stranger directions, from the xylophone and filtered Arabic horns of "Kalimba Deathswamp/Kurt Feelingx." The weirdness is in full effect, and even with Elan Tamara lending her vocals to "On the Same Picture," the instrumentals go crazy right beneath her. The jazz inflections of his earlier works give way to a more idiosyncratic sound, like the heavily distorted voice on "Sun-Sized Twinkies." And even when the vocals aren't overly processed, like on "Elbow Flood," it's sort of an obscure freeform poetry. But even while these tracks feel more personal, they're also a bit more unfocused.