- Summary: This is the second DFA release for the Brooklyn outfit who have evolved from abrasive noise rock to a little less abrasive psychedelic electronica. Production was handled by the DFA, Steve Revitte (Liars) and Nicolas Vernhes (Fiery Furnaces).
- Record Label: DFA
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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JohnsonG10It is a truly mesmerizing and cleansding experience to become enveloped in this cd.
KurtF4I've seen them live, and I won't lie it was very confusing. I spent the first 20 minutes of their song talking and chatting away with friends while I presumed they were "warming up" when indeed the static cracks, synthetic strings, and seemingly unbalanced band members was their first song. I'm from Maine, as are two if not all of them, but I just can't get into this stuff. I'm sure it has it's place, it's just not with me.… Expand
LaurenceH2Psychedelic electronica era DOESN'T belong to Black Dice anymore. Garbage.