NYC collective Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen gives us, Quietus Make, the new album from Man Named Pearl, the experimental folk pop artist formerly known as Jesse Turits. This record exists in a timeless vacuum, powered by grinding harmonium, dusty banjo and caressed by psychedelic dub echoes. From "Blue Blue Sea," the warped lullaby that opens the album, to the fearsomely climactic "Coo" and the comfortingly easygoing album closer "Atlas," there is an embarrassment of riches here. Quietus Make marks Man Named Pearl's emergence as an artist to be reckoned with, one of depth, fearless risk-taking and unbridled insanity. Stream and download Quietus Make at the link below.