bt#37: animals within animals – produce, abuse, resample
release date: february 29, 2012
every four years comes a day that shouldn’t be—a horrible mistake of a day, like someone’s played a prank on the calendar. we tack an extra day onto the end of february because we have nowhere else to put it; the other months are too crammed full of days already, and poor february has so little… but it’s not enough; like a bad toupee, it just draws more attention to the problem.
animals within animals chose this day, february 29, to release their new album, produce, abuse, resample. did they choose this date to say that this release, like leap day, is an artifact of our damaged system—a kludge, an attempt to fill some vaguely perceived cultural gap using whatever they had on hand? did they choose the date as a wry acknowledgment that it takes them too long to put out material? did they just do it because it sounded cool? because they wanted it out in february and that was the last possible day?
none of these questions will be answered when you hear the album. but on that hourlong odyssey of noisy collage, ritualistic beats, ambience, and profanity, you just may learn what happens when you find a stranger in the alps.
the download is free—as in “free samples”.
- last splash (hello darkness)
- approach the world through your ears
- four-letter edit
- ritual sample abuse
- destroy 2000 chip shop windows
- rub your head
- i don’t need to deal with this shitty music
- covered with scorpions
- that beeping stuff
- rectum abortion music
- beautiful stranger
- computer scooter
- something is wrong
- noise is wrong
- supposedly there’s a heaven but no one can prove it
- abused sample ritual (meta etc mix)
- four-letter edit #2
- witches in nature’s colors
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