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Commodification - The Black Dog - Neither/Neither (File, Album)

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  1. Zulukinos
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  2. Nashura
    Those of you familiar with the IDM genre (or 'abstract electronica', as I prefer to call it) will undoubtedly know The Black Dog. Their impressive back catalogue of albums dates back to the early 90s, when their debut album 'Bytes' was released as part of Warp Records' legendary Artificial Intelligence series/5(4).
  3. Kagataur
    WebSite: Album Preview Tracklist: Non Linear Information Life Phil 3 to 5 to 3 Neither/Neither Phil Control Needs Time Them (Everyone Is A Liar But) Shut Eye The Frequency Ov Thee Truthers B.O.O.K.S Self Organising Sealed Systems Commodification Phil vs David Platform Lvl 6 Hollow.
  4. Gardajar
    Aug 14,  · Although their Warp Records peers—Aphex Twin, Autechre, LFO—are regarded as the vanguard of "intelligent dance music," the Black Dog were as .
  5. Nizilkree
    One of the most influential English electronic groups of all time, Sheffield's the Black Dog played an indispensable role in establishing techno as home listening, as opposed to music created strictly for dance clubs. First surfacing in with a series of self-released EPs, their work was heavily influenced by Detroit techno and electro, but their inclusion of complex, often breakbeat-heavy.
  6. Akinonos
    Sep 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "Neither/Neither" by The Black Dog YouTube Smooth Vinyl JAZZ - Relaxing Background JAZZ Music for Calm Lounge Music 1, watching Live now.
  7. Vurr
    Oct 23,  · Unsavoury Products is the fifth full-length studio album by The Black Dog featuring Parisian spoken word artist Black Sifichi. The album was released in on CD. It is meant as a tribute to William S. Burroughs and inspired by The Black Dog’s collaboration with Burroughs before his death.
  8. Nikokree
    Sheffield's The Black Dog are as politically "fucking furious" as ever, the track titles on their 12th album doubling as a hit list. Their latest targets are 'truthers', 'hollow heads' and Them', the pitiless fear mongers and pedlars of disinformation they accuse of perpetuating chronic societal uncertainty.
  9. Kegor
    "We live in dangerous times. We are blinded by control vectors that separate us from reality. And The Black Dog returns with a viral antidote: an album of de-programming material which they’ve called Nether/Neither. This record continues the work they started with Further Vexations and Radio Scarecrow. Burroughs was right: we are now living in a world that is nothing short of a total.

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