Whatever - Green Velvet

Generally favorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. 90
    Whatever drops some intense audio warfare that (dis)colors tech-house with fierce new wave, electro, industrial and punk hues. [Nov 2001, p.72]
  2. This is smart, thought-provoking material for the twisted.
  3. Those expecting another helping of stand-up comedy and skewed dancefloor firepower clearly won't find what they're looking for on "Whatever," but the LP certainly hangs together better than any previous Green Velvet CD.
  4. As a producer, Green Velvet is a master of the kind of darkly banging jack-track house that evokes dank airplane hangars and prickly acid nightmares.
  5. His tracks, particularly the opening numbers "Genedefekt" and "La La Land," are paradigms of juicy electro-house, motorvated by the sort of fat synth lines that are both buff and catchy.
  6. 70
    These beats and bass lines make for the hardest body music he's ever produced. [Feb 2002, p.111]

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