Post Tagged with: "Meat Beat Manifesto"

Interview with Andy Maddocks of Skam Records (22RPM Festival)

“22rpm Festival returned to London Saturday October 7th, 2017 to support once more the other side of electronic music, pulling away from the deafening commercialization of what used to be a liberating diverse genre. Another mind-blowing line-up, visuals and very special treats you’ve come to expect from the rpm events.” Interview with Andy Maddocks of Skam […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: Ready to release Impossible Star 1/19/2018 (Flexidisc) & “We Are Surrounded” track premiere!

Meat Beat Manifesto are ready to release Impossible Star, their first new full-length in seven years. MBM performs live at the Los Angeles’ Cold Waves LA (Day 2) on Nov. 11th. Igloo Magazine will be featuring an exclusive listen to be announced. (Press-Release) San Francisco, CA – Gearing up for the release of its first […]

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Very Clever Music – V/A :: Brainbox (De:Tuned)

Rose tinted glasses aside, Brainbox is a seriously impressive undertaking. Six records from some twenty five pioneers, masters and newcomers. This new collection displays another side of Belgian label as a range of styles come into focus, from squirreled out acid and ambient immersion to electronica and glitch. There´s a fair bit of childish innocence that […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: Visual Archive & Tour EP review (Numbers, Houston 10/1/2016)

Meat Beat Manifesto visual archive of photo and video footage from their live show at Numbers Houston October 1st, 2016, a brief recap of the tour only EP, and a glimpse at what’s to follow in 2017. Video-collage tapestry at its finest (October 1st, 2016) Jack Dangers and Ben Stokes of Meat Beat Manifesto were in prime […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: 2016 live dates, EP and new album

Returning after a six year hiatus since 2010’s Answers Come in Dreams, seminal electronic band Meat Beat Manifesto (MBM) is gearing up for a handful of U.S. shows, heralding the release of new material. (Press Release) San Francisco, CA – Returning after a six year hiatus since 2010’s Answers Come in Dreams, seminal electronic band Meat […]

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Displacer :: Curse of the Black Vinyl (Hymen / Crime League)

The sounds on offer here are rooted in dark drum ‘n’ bass and breakbeat but defy strict categorization as they push into uncharted territory of mutant hybrids. Michael Morton. Known aliases: Displacer. Musician, prolific remixer, owner of the Crime League record label. Friend to Igloo, provider of this hour-long journey. Something like 7 full-length and […]

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DAVID ELSEWHERE :: Amalgamix 2015

“I try to take opposing sounds such as a very beautiful piece and mix it on top of gritty heavy beats. Often times I will combine multiple melodies and beats attempting to create something that sounds novel.” David Elsewhere offers Amalgamix 2015; 109 minutes of sculpted electronic music from Planet Earth. “In this Amalgamix 2015 […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: Kasm02 EP (Skam)

Upon arriving at their destination, all exited the car without speaking—except for one who said in halting, broken English, “Music… Very weird. Dark. Good.” Which sums up Kasm02 better than I ever could. A must have EP! I feel I must open this review with a disclaimer: I am a ridiculously unapologetic Meat Beat Manifesto/Jack […]

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Digital::Nimbus Radio #448 Mix

Digital::Nimbus (Electronic Audio Freakquencies)—radio show #448 featured mix. Broadcasting live every Friday night from 10pm-12am (PST, GMT -8) at KUCI 88.9 FM (Irvine, CA. + Streaming Media), Digital::Nimbus—hosted by Pietrobot & Freakquency Modulator—is one of Southern California’s leading experimental electronic music radio shows and has just celebrated their 10th year on the air. In an […]

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ASYMMETRICAL HEAD :: Digital::Nimbus #442 Mix

A virtual smorgasbord of exp-electronics, techno and ambient deformations. Take a trip through turbulent waters as beats, bass and subdued noise weaves its way into your subconscious courtesy of Asymmetrical Head. Asymmetrical Head delivered a live in-studio performance on Digital::Nimbus radio on January 20th, 2012—a virtual smorgasbord of exp-electronics, techno and ambient deformations—is now available […]

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Solypsis :: Boiling Ambergris (Sunwarped)

Solypsis was clearly not out to make an album for the masses. From this perspective, this release is most definitely a success and recommended for those who like their music on the dissonant and noisy end of the spectrum. [Listen | Purchase] On Boiling Ambergris, Solypsis presents us with seven original tracks of noisy percussive […]

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Cavalcade :: The Variable EP (Electric Meter Room)

Crossing experimental dub with a mixture of pop-sensibilities and electronic propulsion, this debut release is a step into past and future worlds. In the 90’s the extended player and/or single format used to point to the possibility of a full-length follow-up. These recordings triggered the finer (more accessible) tracks culled from an albums worth of […]

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MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO :: Visual archive at El Rey Theatre 2/9/2011

A visual archive of Jack Dangers and Ben Stokes (of Meat Beat Manifesto) performing live at El Rey Theatre (2/9/2011). Not Breathing opened the showcase with cEvin Key (Skinny Puppy, Download). This photo gallery acts as a visual composite of the Meat Beat Manifesto tour experience that flowed through the doorways at El Rey Theatre […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: The Most Music Ableton Live mix

A ravaging dub-infested dose of heavily drenched rhythms, off-center funk-breaks and creative sampling summed up in a 60-minute Ableton Live jam-session by Jack Dangers of Meat Beat Manifesto. [2011 Tour Newswire] Jack Dangers’ Meat Beat Manifesto project has inspired an entire generation of musicians and has constantly evolved (and recycled) sound into creative reformations over […]

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Igloo Trax Vol.2 :: The Most Music (Igloo Magazine)

“…Igloo Trax Volume 2: The Most Music (a digital download release commemorating Igloo Magazine’s 10-year anniversary) can be described as a vivid cross-section through a multitude of sub-genre’s from experimental dub to cosmic drone, minimal techno-breaks to subdued electro, dub-noise to organic electronics and downbeat mechanical beauty; a smorgasbord of audio delight…” (Igloo Trax Bandcamp […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto Announces U.S. Tour (February 2011)

Meat Beat Manifesto bringing their multimedia onslaught to the (U.S.) masses in February 2011; Jack Dangers and Ben Stokes to deliver audio-visual performance. [Press Release] Seminal electronic band Meat Beat Manifesto (MBM) is gearing up for their U.S. tour supporting the release of Answers Come in Dreams via Metropolis Records (released October 12, 2010). Widely […]

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Meat Beat Manifesto :: Answers Come In Dreams (Metropolis / Hydrogen Dukebox)

“…Over the years, Dangers has inspired hip-hop, dubstep and trip-hop, but A.C.I.D. is none of the above. Using the tools of his past endeavors, Dangers pulls us into a dream from which we may not be able to wake…” Do 808’s dream of electric heartbeats? Meat Beat Manifesto’s Answers Come in Dreams, named after the […]

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