Friday, April 25, 2014

Mincemeat or Tenspeed- Waiting for Surfin' Bird (2014)

Sitting someplace between Mutwawa and Wizards Of, Mincemeat or Tenspeed's album is an aggressive, electronic monster.  The album uses "rhythmic melodic compositions made from feedback loops, in order to fake music that would more aptly be made using synths and sequencers."  DECOHERENCE Records fittingly labeled the genre as 'no rave', a pretty accurate genre tag for an album that sounds as if Holy Fuck made an EDM album.

One strength this album has is its ability to make otherwise bad quality sounds feel natural.  The end of "Normal Techno Jam" has a Casio-style drum sound that feels either circuit bent or overdriven.  Somehow, the implementation of this sound works perfect.

If you were a fan of the Fuck Buttons, I would recommend taking some time to check this album out.  This album comes out May 6th, so look for an update here once the Bandcamp becomes available.  In the meantime, stream one track Here.

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