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Boomkat Product Review:
Black Dice co-founder Eric Copeland works his funky bone on some of the straightest, up-for-it jams in his decades wide catalogue
Still freaky, but detectably less crazed, the seven cuts rove from funk rock thru mutant digi-dub steppers and Suicide-esque hustle with a charming alacrity and playful sensibility that’s riddled all Copeland’s work thus far, just a little bit cleaner around the edges and behind the ears, this time.
Kicking off with what sounds like Carlos Peron jamming with Parliament in ‘Restart The Body’, he steps it up a few gears with the square-based digi-dub-disco of ‘Like It Is’ recalling The Residents, and slumping into latin slink on ‘Call Me Jose’ and the EP’s oddball swag of ‘IOU’. There’s a spot of frazzled ghetto-tech psychedelia in ‘Tools’ and more freaky steppers business in ‘Candy Comes in Wrappers’, while the nine minute bleep house mutation ‘Spiral Stairs’ sounds like Bruce Haack’s stab at rave after a handful of mushies.