Wednesday, September 5, 2007

DAN DEACON - SPIDERMAN OF THE RINGS (2007)


















FREAK THE FUCK OUT! HARDCORE ELECTRONIC MUSIC THAT SOME AWESOME TALENTED 6 YEAR OLD KIDS WOULD LOVE TO MAKE.
ARTIST`````````````DAN DEACON
ALBUM`````````````SPIDERMAN OF THE RINGS
GENRE`````````````ELECTRONIC/BUBBLEGUM POP
YEAR```````````````2007

MY VIEW:
A fat, bald, ugly, introspective (quite educated) master of music screaming for ice-cream and dancing like a teddy bear on LSD.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY:
Electronic music composer Dan Deacon is based in Baltimore, MD, and is equally influenced by such diverse elements as Devo, Talking Heads, Scratch Orchestra, Raymond Scott, and Conlon Nancarrow. After several self-released projects, he moved to Baltimore and became an instant figurehead of the fledgling electronic music community. In November of 2004, he lost 60 pounds while making the transition from a diet of chicken and cookies to a healthy vegan lifestyle. Though he releases several projects in limited quantities, Acorn Master and Spiderman of the Rings were released by Psych-O-Path Records in 2006.

ALBUM INFO
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READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW HERE

Despite its cacophonous electronic surface, the best of Spiderman of the Rings hits the pleasure centers with a string of great pop singles. "The Crystal Cat" could almost be a straight-up surf-rock tune until the moment when Deacon's leader-of-the-pack goon croon becomes a grotesquely twisted helium shriek and the drums explode like illegal fireworks. "Okie Dokie" is basically "Wooly Bully" rewritten with Deacon's handmade tone generators and ring modulators.

See, Deacon makes "noise rock" that taps directly into the great lineage of batshit bubblegum pop.
Spideman connects at various points with Kasenetz and Katz, Sam the Sham, happy hardcore and gabba techno, "Surfin' Bird", the twinkly melodies of an infant's mobile (the unexpectedly gorgeous "Big Milk"), the Ramones, Koji Kondo (composer-in-residence for the Nintendo Entertainment System), Max Martin, and Daft Punk. On an earlier EP, 2006's Acorn Master, Deacon covered Bobby Darin's "Splish Splash". That spastic take on a rock'n'roll classic feels with hindsight like an obvious run up to Spiderman.

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3 comments:

paynito said...

His new 2009 album Bromst is up too.
Track List:
01. Build Voice
02. Red F
03. Paddling Ghost
04. Snookered
05. Of the Mountains
06. Surprise Stefani
07. Wet Wings
08. Woof Woof
09. Slow With Horns / Run for Your Life
10. Baltihorse
11. Get Older

Download Dan Deacon - Bromst part 1:

http://rapidshare.com/files/199041838/DDB1.rar


Download Dan Deacon - Bromst part 2:

http://rapidshare.com/files/199043675/DDB2.rar

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