BATTLES – ep c/b ep

VINYL 2xLP (black)warp records2006

24,90

Formed in 2002 by Ian Williams (Don Caballero), John Stanier (Helmet, Tomahawk), Dave Konopka (Lynx) and Tyondai Braxton, Battles have garnered much critical acclaim–not to mention a devoted fan-base–with a series of seminal EPs released on various labels, that exposed their strange but compelling amalgam of rockist bombast and precision-made electro-rhythms. Now signed to indie giants Warp, the band release not their much-anticipated full-length but a combination of two older EPs, C and B. It’s a smart move, guaranteeing their odd, interplanetary sound is exposed to a wider audience before they forge ahead with any new material. Within the twelve songs featured here, the band move from electronic drone-pieces to unwieldy three-guitar rock thrash-outs and just about every other combination in between. Fearlessly experimental and impressively muscular, Battles won’t be for everyone, but for those who love the hypnotic voodoo and hypnotic rhetoric of bands like Can, they will be welcomed with open arms

Description

A
1. b+t
2. uw
3. hi/lo

B
1. ipt-2
2. tras 2
3. fantasy

C
1. sz22. tras 33. I pt 2

D
1. bttls2. dance

Informations complémentaires

Poids 500 g
Format

Label

Artiste

Année

BATTLES – ep c/b ep

2xCD digipackwarp records2006

14,90

Formed in 2002 by Ian Williams (Don Caballero), John Stanier (Helmet, Tomahawk), Dave Konopka (Lynx) and Tyondai Braxton, Battles have garnered much critical acclaim–not to mention a devoted fan-base–with a series of seminal EPs released on various labels, that exposed their strange but compelling amalgam of rockist bombast and precision-made electro-rhythms. Now signed to indie giants Warp, the band release not their much-anticipated full-length but a combination of two older EPs, C and B. It’s a smart move, guaranteeing their odd, interplanetary sound is exposed to a wider audience before they forge ahead with any new material. Within the twelve songs featured here, the band move from electronic drone-pieces to unwieldy three-guitar rock thrash-outs and just about every other combination in between. Fearlessly experimental and impressively muscular, Battles won’t be for everyone, but for those who love the hypnotic voodoo and hypnotic rhetoric of bands like Can, they will be welcomed with open arms

Description

DISC 1
1. sz22. tras 33. I pt 24. bttls5. dance
B
1. b+r
2. uw
3. hi/lo
4. ipt-2
5. tras 2
6. fantasy

Informations complémentaires

Poids 60 g
Format

Label

Artiste

Année