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Meat Beat Manifesto

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Cat: FLX 012. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Industrial/Noise
  1. One
  2. Bass Playa
  3. We Are Surrounded
  4. Unique Boutique
  5. Nocebo
  6. Impossible Star
  7. Lurker 1-3
  8. TMI
  9. Liquidators
  10. Nereus Rov
  11. Synthesizer Teste
  12. Rejector
  13. The Darkness
Review: Since the tail end of the 1980s, Jack Dangers has been working alongside a range of collaborators to deliver bombastic, redlined electronic music that defies easy categorization. While Meat Beat Manifesto releases were once all-out dancefloor assault, these days Dangers' material tends to be a little more considered and melodious, even if the love of industrial sounds and clanging percussion hits remains. Impossible Star, then, is an otherworldly mixture of creepy but sparkling IDM, razor-sharp industrial soundscapes, rhythmically dense drum machine workouts, skewed, bass-heavy pop, weird ambient, bustling electro and dirt-encrusted, breakbeat-driven shufflers that subtly doff a cap to his proto-big beat years.
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 in stock $13.22
Impossible Star (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: FLX 012LP. Rel: 15 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. One (2:37)
  2. Bass Playa (2:42)
  3. We Are Surrounded (5:58)
  4. Unique Boutique (3:03)
  5. Nocebo (5:31)
  6. Impossible Star (3:54)
  7. Lurker 1-3 (14:55)
  8. TMI (5:18)
  9. Liquidators (2:58)
  10. Nereus Rov (3:32)
  11. Synthesizer Teste (4:41)
  12. Rejector (3:04)
  13. The Darkness (5:47)
Review: Since the tail end of the 1980s, Jack Dangers has been working alongside a range of collaborators to deliver bombastic, redlined electronic music that defies easy categorization. While Meat Beat Manifesto releases were once all-out dancefloor assault, these days Dangers' material tends to be a little more considered and melodious, even if the love of industrial sounds and clanging percussion hits remains. Impossible Star, then, is an otherworldly mixture of creepy but sparkling IDM, razor-sharp industrial soundscapes, rhythmically dense drum machine workouts, skewed, bass-heavy pop, weird ambient, bustling electro and dirt-encrusted, breakbeat-driven shufflers that subtly doff a cap to his proto-big beat years.
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 in stock $23.00
Cat: FLX 014. Rel: 09 May 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Untroduction
  2. Pin Drop
  3. [Ear-Lips]
  4. Agelast
  5. Hailing Frequencies Open
  6. Bolinas
  7. Call Sign
  8. Moving Pulse
  9. No Design
  10. C/2015 V2
  11. CarrierFreq
  12. Forced To Lie
  13. Break Test
  14. Present For Sally
  15. Critical Soul Vibrations
  16. Wandering Soul # 11
Review: It may be 30 years since the first Meat Beat Manifesto album hit record stores, but the Jack Dangers-helmed outfit is still going strong. "Opaque Couche", the first "MBM" album for two years, draws on many of Dangers' well-known influences and inspirations (think dub, breakbeat, industrial funk, early jungle, EBM, mangled electronica and '80s electro), fusing them together on heavyweight cuts that bristle with sub-heavy intensity and otherworldly charm. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the early Orb style ambient house trip of "C/2015 V2" and acid-driven techno hypnotism of "Present For Sally", to the rambunctious jungle revivalism of "Critical Soul Vibrations", wayward industrial-electro of "Moving Pulse" and the horror soundtrack creepiness of "Hailing Frequencies Open".
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 in stock $12.16
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Opaque Couche
Cat: FLX 014LP. Rel: 07 Jun 19
 
Experimental/Electronic
Review: It may be 30 years since the first Meat Beat Manifesto album hit record stores, but the Jack Dangers-helmed outfit is still going strong. "Opaque Couche", the first "MBM" album for two years, draws on many of Dangers' well-known influences and inspirations (think dub, breakbeat, industrial funk, early jungle, EBM, mangled electronica and '80s electro), fusing them together on heavyweight cuts that bristle with sub-heavy intensity and otherworldly charm. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the early Orb style ambient house trip of "C/2015 V2" and acid-driven techno hypnotism of "Present For Sally", to the rambunctious jungle revivalism of "Critical Soul Vibrations", wayward industrial-electro of "Moving Pulse" and the horror soundtrack creepiness of "Hailing Frequencies Open".
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