Thursday, March 14, 2013

Prostitutes - Crushed Interior (Digitalis, 2013)

Jim Donadio's "Prostitutes" is a perfect introduction to many current trends in the avant garde electronic world. With patience, he begins the album with minimal beats and tones. This builds into ambience, static and   later, a sudden funky beat akin to Cut Hands powering a combustion engine. Further in, there are sludgy sounds that range anywhere from the viscosity of mid-western noise to the grinding gears of Pete Swanson's technoise.

Abrasive, awkward yet somehow consistently accessible, this is one you shouldn't miss, especially if you're already invested in experimental dance music.

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