Big Beater is watching you! The world is in a strange, disturbing way these days, but international man of mystery Jack Dangers, Manifesto in hand, is here to weigh in. Meat Beat Manifesto has been going for over three decades now, and these new offerings show Dangers’ long-honed proficiency. His production is thick and uneasy, but the tone of most of these very lively and rich, drawing on all sorts - acid, breakbeat, IDM, lounge, electro, and even snowstorm’d ambient brick walls.
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9/10 Pawel Customer review, 30th May 2018Maybe it's hard to believe but it's my first MBM album - I've never had a chance or will to check their discography before. And this album entered my life in a sort of transition moment, I listened to it over and over - over a few days. It's moody, it's dark, it's mysterious, it has great beats and trance'y vibe. It worked also as a great background music to a comic book I acquired by the time I discovered this album. Some things just happen and match one another which is really awesome in the world of art, aye ? So it's quite obvious I just had to add the vinyl to my collection, as it usually contains albums that mean something to me or remind me of something. Or are just classic to my ear. So, I'm looking forward to checking the rest of MBM albums. My friends tell me I'm not gonna be disappointed.
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