Boomkat Product Review:
Hyper fly wild, funked up brain mashup brand new CD from San Francisco's favorite mentalist breakbeat/broken hiphop glitchmeister Lesser, the musician responsible for such confrontational and controversial releases like "Welcome To The American Experience" and "Excommunicate The Cult Of The Live Band" and much jamming with the likes of Disc and Matmos. Much more beaty, rhythmic and flowing than his recent Matador full-length debut Gearhound, this release truly covers the gamut of the best of what Lesser is capable of, an overacheiving concept record against the current trend of supposedly "intelligent" dance music. Mensa Dance Squad shakes yr ass back into detention with bpms faster than yr average intelligent dance musician's IQ scores and some of the most hyper and inventively programmed "unintelligent" dance music you'll ever hear. Add in a nine minute slamming dancehall-inspired ragga-jungle-techno-gabber remix by the Kid 606 and we are, well, sorted. Aaaaay.