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Eric Copeland
Trogg Modal Vol. 1 (Remixes)

Eric Copeland’s excellent first Trogg Modal LP gets served four ways on this remix set. With its set of lo-fi freak beats, Copeland’s album provides rich pickings for the quartet of Parris, RAMZi, Lokler and Gerry Read to feast upon. As such we get everything from EBM to Balearic house to anti-techno (Lokier, RAMZi and Parris in that order) across Trogg Modal Vol. 1 (Remixes).
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Trogg Modal Vol. 2

It’s yr ex-Black Dice boy Eric Copeland, presenting further wonky weird-dance jams for our collective pleasure. Trogg Modal Vol. 2 is the slightly less frantic of the two Trogg volumes, but it's still a joy for Copeland fans: lots of colourful sounds and rhythms squirming around each other with much joy. On DFA.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Flushing Meats


  • Vinyl 7" (CCRP003)
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Eric Copeland
Alien In A Garbage Dump


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  • Vinyl 12" (PAW023)
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Eric Copeland
Mixbone

A bunch of artists pile in on a couple of tracks from Eric Copeland’s 2017 LP Goofballs. The remixes here generally preserve the same zany machine malfunction vibe of the originals. Highlights include Physical Therapy’s halftime techno flip of ‘Mixer Shredder’ and Machine Woman’s snappy club refit of ‘Neckbone’. Also, NHK yx Koyxen’s version of ‘Neckbone’ makes you wonder what Wiley would be doing these if he’d ever developed an interest in electro.

Eric Copeland
Trogg Modal Vol. 1

Eric Copeland - he of Black Dice fame - turns in a record of bleep-bloop goodness for DFA. The first volume of his Trogg Modal series finds Copeland exploring the freakbeat club sound that he locked into on 2017 full-length Goofballs. Fusing lo-fi techno, Balearic house, minimal synth beat and … generally weird shit, Copeland has come through with another befuddling yet beguiling LP here.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Goofballs

Of noisemakers Black Dice but at this point probably more notorious for his solo efforts as a dissonant dancer, Eric Copeland once again graces our doors with a record of off-kilter shenanigans. Goofballs continues to combine his economical sound sources of knackered drum machines and samplers into a driven and funky affair. Via DFA.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect

Eric Copeland has been exploring fractured grooves for years now, both solo and with his main outfit Black Dice. But here he lands a double LP on ‘proper’ dance label L.I.E.S., showing a serious intention to get folks moving. Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect is a twelve-track set of weird bangers that’ll give open-minded dancers a seriously good time.

Eric Copeland
Jesus Freak

Black Dice man Eric Copeland returns with another set of solo jams. I love this guy’s sensibility for scrambling up fragments of broken samples and all manner of unidentifiable audio bits-and-pieces into weirdly party-friendly pieces. Your head will nod, you may even dance! Jesus Freak is on L.I.E.S.

Eric Copeland
Brooklyn Banks

The retro-futurist sleeve of Brooklyn Banks is an accurate reflection of the 80's-electro-meets-otherworldly-production on Eric Copeland's latest brainchild. As his tenth offering, this eight-track transports listeners to an external universe - containing previously unseen musical experimentalism.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland

Eric Copeland
Black Bubblegum

Black Dice dude Eric Copeland continues to create music that somehow sounds completely messed-up and rather poppy: Black Bubblegum indeed. This new album is particularly dub-focused, skanking up and down and round and round, festooned with all sorts of weird slices of sound. CD or pink-coloured vinyl on DFA.

Eric Copeland
Remixes

In which Black Dice roller Eric Copeland has tracks from his last solo album, Joke In The Hole, remixed and reimagined by the likes of Larry Gus, Fhloston Paradigm, Anthony Naples, and most excitingly, the inimitably Panda Bear, who adds some brand new vocals into his take on ‘Cheap Treat’. 1000 copies only on DFA.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Logo My Ego

Eric Copeland is best known for his work in the weird noise bands Black Dice and Terrestrial Tones, which he founded with Animal Collective's Avey Tare. On his own, though, he likes to take the disciplines of dance music and mess them up, making rhythms go off-kilter, looping sounds over and over and reinventing the disco wheel. This mini record is the follow-up to last year's 'Joke in the Hole', and he describes it as "pop music for the demented". 

Eric Copeland
Ms Pretzel

Eric Copeland helps make chaotic noise for Brooklyn's treasured Black Dice, and has also been one half of Terrestrial Tones, a project started with Animal Collective's near always screaming folk freak Avey Tare.  'Ms Pretzel' is something a little different if you're only familiar with Copeland from those two projects: an EP of 4/4 dance music, continuing where he left off with 'Joke In The Hole'.   Tracks: Ms Pretzel Sxixo Scum of the Cream A1ezok
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • DFA

Eric Copeland
Get Along

Eric Copeland splits off from his regular unit Black Dice for a tantalisingly brief 7” of his wonky, noisy, stumbling sound, scrambling samples around into a tasty mess. I still fantasise about ending up in the kind of club where stuff like this gets played… Get Along is released by PPM Records.
  • Artist(s):
  • Eric Copeland
  • Label(s):
  • PPM