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Eric Copeland (Black Dice/Terrestrial Tones) returns with a second collection of solo material, this time on Escho records. Constructed over a six week period in a flat in Copenhagen, Copeland has taken the time to incorporate the sounds of the city into his disrupted vision for dance music. Whilst sonic assaults and general bouts of noise madness are a common themes of his work with both Black Dice and Terrestrial Tones you may be pleased to hear that Copeland is pretty much taking it easy with 'Waco Taco Combo'. Sure, 'Waco Taco Combo' (W.T.C) is still riddled with Copeland agitated stoner style and his crude musique bongcrete methodology is still ever present but, for the most part, 'W.T.C' grooves. I'd even go as far as to say it occasionally rocks da house! I've always been a big fan of Copeland's output so this makes for as satisfying a listen as ever yet I'm still totally impressed with his restrained approach here. Though I enjoy the challenge presented by say; the recent Black Dice LP 'Repo' for example, I still relish the consistency of a good beat and a solid groove which is provided in healthy portions throughout 'W.T.C'. Crazy found sounds (is that a dog snarling?), manipulated loops and mutant tones all jostle for pole position in this tour de force of bong heavy mutant disco. Pass da BLUNT round da dancefloor yo!
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