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Old 04-12-2012, 07:04 PM   #601
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I recommend their other two albums also, if you don't already have them. Great live band as well.
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:33 PM   #602
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Sorry I have been on a cd binge lately!

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Eating itself is an art form that pop music continues to excel at – and ongoing acts of cannibalism in the realms of contemporary electronics are underlined by Trevor Jackson’s Metal Dance compilation. A showcase of post punk, industrial and electronic body music (EBM), all 27 tracks bristle beautifully with angles, jolting funk and cold robotic rhythms, and although they may have been culled from 1980-88, they’re often bound by dancefloor sensibilities which still resonate today.

As the Playgroup man’s first foray into the musical fray for years, the timing of Metal Dance’ release couldn’t be any more pertinent. The smokier, more discerning dancefloors in the UK’s capital and beyond are throbbing to the pulse of mechanical, frenetic and occasionally down-right savage grooves: Brixton-based clubnight World Unknown has been sending out an EBM signal since its inception, while Glaswegians Optimo and the likes of Andrew Weatherall and Sean Johnston from A Love From Outer Space have all been champions of these obscure noises.

And the reason why? As much of the music contained on Metal Jacket testifies, there is a timeless, riotous energy to the regimented sonics which age simply won’t dull. Indeed, it’s hard to accept just how old many of the records are, such is the heat at their centre – the sounds, arrangements and funk seem beamed in from a world still waiting to happen. Jackson’s selection is reminiscent of his 2002 DJ-Kicks outing and is a must for anyone bowled over by his sets over the years but still struggling to track down the elusive lines of sound he traverses.

Many of the names peppering the Jackson designed sleeve on Metal Dance may be unfamiliar but the quality of the selections is close to unrivalled. Beginning with the Bubblemen’s drone rock theme ‘The Bubblemen are Coming’, Jackson shows no fear and goes deep, exposing treasure after treasure – including the sturdy funk of 400 Blow’s ‘Pressure’, Pete Shelley’s robot dance in the dub rendering of synthetic cruncher ‘Witness the Change’ and the harsh chugging of Mark Stewart’s ‘Fatal Attraction (Contagious)’. By featuring the likes of Assault on Precinct 13 film maker John Carpenter, D.A.F, Alien Sex Fiend and the Severed Heads, Jackson manages to create an ear-opening path through these oft overlooked aural areas while refusing to take his eyes off the dancefloor. Dig in – He’s done the hard work so you don’t have to.

Trevor Jackson Presents: METAL DANCE video mix - YouTube

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Trevor Jackson Interview: METAL DANCE - YouTube
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:41 PM   #606
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I've had some fun with store credit for my lps at Fingerprints.

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Picked up some music at Coachella. I'm a sucker for an artist signing, so I got the first two of the list signed by the artists.

Wild Flag - s/t
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Old 04-21-2012, 03:45 PM   #608
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It was Record Store Day today, so I bought some stuff at my favourite local record store. No special RSD releases as there were none that really interested me (especially as I'm not into vinyl).

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Firstborn Is Dead
Elbow - Leaders Of The Free World (Deluxe Edition)
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Old 04-22-2012, 01:02 AM   #609
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On record store day I bought CDs at my favorite local record store too. Waterloo records in Austin. Anyone else from Austin go there, by chance? They have lots of used CDs to choose from. A whole selection that changes pre week! But I got these cds from their regular artist sections, not the weekly one.

The Shins - Ports of Morrow ($12)

The Apples in Stereo - Velocity Of Sound ($4)

Silver Jews - Bright Flight ($5)
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Old 04-22-2012, 04:23 AM   #610
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I think sir imps said he went there. I do sorely miss record stores. They were the only kinds of stores I ever enjoyed shopping at.
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In the end, instant gratification and sheer laziness won out, and my copy of 69 love songs was purchased via iTunes. And it fucked up one of the tracks. I cannot get it to download. 27 seconds, it's roses, which I have no qualms about just stealing from my brother since I did actually pay for the thing. Although I'm still depressed about having an hour drive (if they even have what I'm intending to buy, but Northampton is the heart of insufferable hipster land in western mass, so I'm sure they would) or a couple day's wait for online orders preventing me from cd packaging.

Fuck, it's tempting to just go and fill out the rest of the magnetic fields discography I don't have. Which is a bunch still. And I'm going to be pissed if any more tracks bug out on me. Will wait I guess.

Ordered the Ebeneezer Blood album in actual cd form as well, which is nothing even remotely similar. But I'll still buy anything with either mark or rob lind's name on it. And that has both. Oh yeah.
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