Plastic Dance, Vol. 2

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Various Plastic Dance, Vol. 2
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"... Let's talk about the dangerous counterrevolutionaries who went out and bought a cheap synth and a rudimentary drum machine. The ones that got what 'punk' was really about. The democratization of art... Sniffing Glue said learn three chords and form a band, Throbbing Gristle said why learn any chords at all... I am an artist because I say I am. More Marcel Duchamp than Malcolm McLaren. So, sisters and brothers, who do you think led the counter-revolution? Well I'll tell you. It was the man who stormed the Bastille and kicked the door down in the first place and he did it on the July 16th, 1977. With the help of Tommy Vance. John Lydon's playlist that night on Vance's show included Tim Buckley, The Creation, Augustus Pablo, Bobby Byrd, Neil Young, Lou Reed, Peter Hammill, and Can and put paid to any punk rock 'year zero' claims. Meanwhile, locked out of the studio, Malcolm had to listen to the counterrevolutionary manifesto being broadcast across the metropolis. Mark that date in your diaries, sisters and brothers: 16th July, the anniversary of the birth of 'post punk'. Just over a year later in October, Lydon rammed the point home with the release of Public Image, a personal and musical manifesto in 7" form. The music on Plastic Dance 2 is the strangely colored, distorted, and frighteningly beautiful fruit of the seeds planted on that fateful day. Lessons learned and inspiration taken from the sonic aesthetics of dub, knowing that not all disco sucked and that even jazz was allowed. Music shaped by wonky approximation and appropriation. The artists on Plastic Dance 2 were artists because they said they were. Listen to their work and you'll know they were. Listen in transcendent wonderment as George Attwell creates alchemical space funk in his home studio... as a future Mock Turtle and members of The Manchester Music Collective channel Robert Calvert and Bill Nelson... as Korzynski comes on like a Jeff Mills remix of Terry Riley. Listen in the wide-eyed joy of being as Stabat Stable's drum machine runs amok to the accompaniment of discordant organ stabs... as a future founder of 808 State channels Albert Ayler alongside a galloping synth arpeggio." -Andrew WeatherallThe second volume in the Plastic Dance series compiled by Andy Votel and Doug Shipton. Featuring exclusive liner notes by Andrew Weatherall. Features George Atwell, Vibrant Thigh, Stabat Stable, Cos, Beach Surgeons, Cosmic Overdose, Andrzej Korzynski, Ti-Tho, Gerry And The Holograms, and pragVEC.


LP 1


Meat Grinder - George Atwell


Walking Away - Vibrant Thigh


Iio - Stabat Stable


Einstein - Cos


Chicken Skin Planet (Edit) - Beach Surgeons


Råttan - Cosmic Overdose


Zombie House - Korzynski, Andrzej


Die Liebe Ist Ein Abenteuer - Ti-Tho


Jeep (Version) - Gerry And The Holograms


Welcome Home - Pragvec

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10 maggio 2019
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0.374 x 0.322 x 0.03 m;
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