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Is that CD defective? Or are those the sounds of Squarepusher, slicing and dicing
bits of jazz and dub into intriguing sound collage? Ian Koss discussed the ...
Squarepusher (Tom Jenkinson), one of the most idiosyncratic and indefinable
artists of contemporary IDM, returns with another confusing, disparate and utterly
Squarepusher. Go Plastic. Warp. Oh yes. Go Plastic is absolutely the return to
form that Tom Jenkinson's fans have been demanding since Big Loada. I'll make
All in all, it's a better-sounding album than Druqks or Squarepusher or Confield,
and it ups BoC's mess-with-the-listener factor by about ten, so they're still in the ...
Electronic artists Squarepusher and Death in Vegas contribute subdued
soundscapes that capture the futuristic/exotic feeling of Japan while still retaining
Track two is titled "Brothomstates Ipxen," but it should be called "Squarepusher
rIPOfF" -- even if you get those BPMs up to 489, Lassi, it's still derivative.
... about those who are in love" -- this turns into a groovy robot sexfest called "Que
Pasa USA," and it cranks like Pizzicato Five taking acid with Squarepusher.
How dated this weak jazz fusion sounds, even placed against an old
Squarepusher album. Take the best and most raucous emotions from free jazz, or
the most ...
The singer can actually sing when he's not being a spastic hyper crazy person.
There are synths galore and this music is really weird. Similar to Squarepusher.
Remember when Squarepusher took the whole drum and jazz thing to an absurd
level, releasing records that all the art kids pretended to be really into? Well, on ...