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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Lady Dada's Nightmare

Bottom/ Moderat (BPitch Control, 2009) is an album by the electronic project of the same name with origin in Berlin, Germany. Moderat started as a collaboration between Sascha Ring, also known as Apparat, and Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary, also known as Modeselektor. The album has received mostly favorable reviews. Fishpork calls first single "A New Error" one of the best tracks of 2009. Modeselektor is an electronic music band formed in Berlin, featuring Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary. The group draws heavily from IDM, glitch, electro and hip hop. In an interview the group said regarding their sound: "Happy metal, hard rap, country-ambient, Russian crunk. We don’t like it if people tag us as being a certain style or school or scene or whatever. We don’t really care about all that." Top/ Congratulations (Columbia, 2010) is the second album from MGMT. MGMT (officially pronounced em-gee-em-tee, but colloquially pronounced 'Management') is an American band based in Brooklyn, New York, consisting of Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden. MGMT began writing for the album in early 2009 in a "small cabin in the woods", eventually heading to Malibu to record with Pete Kember, ex-member of Spacemen 3. VanWyngarden has stated that the album is influenced by the band's massive rise in popularity since Oracular Spectacular's release. MGMT stated that they would prefer not releasing any singles on the new album. In an interview with NME, Goldwasser explained: "There definitely isn't a 'Time to Pretend' or a 'Kids' on the album. We've been talking about ways to make sure people hear the album as an album in order and not just figure out what are the best three tracks, download those and not listen to the rest of it." On March 9, 2010, the band released the song "Flash Delirium" as a free download. MGMT have described the album as "a collection of nine individual musical tours de force sequenced to flow with sonic and thematic coherence." Writer Shelby Powell noted the group's homage to British pop musicians Dan Treacy of Television Personalities and Brian Eno of Roxy Music, complete with faux accents in MGMT's delivery on a few songs.

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