Sunday, September 2, 2007
Original cover. Cant fid a better one:(
"DANCE MUSIC YOUR AVERAGE INDIE KID WOULDN'T BE ASHAMED TO DANCE TO"
ARTIST`````````````SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO
ALBUM`````````````ATTACK DECAY SUSTAIN
I dont like it (alot) but a promise is a promise:)
by Kenyon Hopkin
Consisting of remixers/producers James Ford and James Shaw, Simian Mobile Disco grew out of experimental electronic rock band Simian. They had originally formed Simian in the late '90s with Simon Lord and Alex MacNaughton in England. Not content with their roles in the band and becoming more interested in electronic dance and party music, the two latched onto DJ gigs while touring with the band. Eventually the duo split from Simian and dubbed themselves Simian Mobile Disco. Looking to prevent their own electronic dance tracks from sounding too polished and programmed, SMD have exclusively used analog equipment. The result was Attack Decay Sustain Release, out June 2007 through Wichita. Ford has also allowed time for production duties with Mystery Jets, Klaxons, and Arctic Monkeys.