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New Wild West

by Drums and Machines

DAM takes it up a notch with this electrifying release. Twelve intense tracks featuring Rod Marquart on drums, Stefan Schiebel on vocals and Pierre Porter on guitar. Additional guest artists include Jessie Ecker on vocals and Will Doucet on guitar.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Big Money
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2. Isuck
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3. Never Too Late
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4. Pennies
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5. New Wild West
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6. Track'em
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7. Dream
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8. Love My World
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9. I Want You
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10. One Up
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11. Monsters of Knowledge
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12. Surfacing
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Review by James Andean of badmonkeyX... " Drums and Machines is a one-man project, the brainchild of independent musician Rod Marquart. His vision, both musical and textual, is a striking one; this stuff grabs you by the throat right from the word go, and never relaxes its grip. The style here is remarkably unique; the nearest referents would probably be some of Bill Laswell's work, especially his Axiom projects with Bootsy Collins et al, as well as some other dub-funk stalwarts like Jah Wobble. I can guarantee that no one else's concoction sounds much like his. Far from being the mere flourish such samples usually provide in today's electronica, Marquart's choices of text are gutsy and topical, diving straight into heavy, sometimes sensitive subject matter, locking the listener with a fixed, unblinking stare, bringing to mind some of the media activists of the 80s, or even 70s artists like the Last Poets or Gil Scott Heron. Voices are layered, altered, cut up and put back together again in such a way as to build the voices into the textures of the tracks, rolling and pulsing with the drums and the bass, allowing fragments to jump out at you and grab hold. Strong work from a unique artist with a distinct sound that is all his own, in a field that is often all too generic. His last several releases, all solid, show a steady evolution of the Drums and Machines sound, each album bigger and better than the last."


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