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8 thoughts on “ Icya - Machine Drum - Urban Biology (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Sakasa
    Owned and operated by Gabe Koch, based in Miami, Florida, US. Started in January , ended in January , Merck Records was home to many artists producing experimental electronic music in many styles, including IDM, hip-hop, ambient, and indie. The music has a generally upbeat and melodic feel to it, technical, but not overly cerebral. Obvious.
  2. Akile
    Sep 20,  · referencing Urban Biology, 2xLP, Album, MERCK UB Clearly the best yet from Stewart; under his Machine Drum alias, at least. Extremely glitched-out hip-hop beats cut onto some of the most brilliant melodies I have ever heard/5().
  3. Najas
    North Carolina-born artist Travis Stewart, known as Machinedrum, occupies a perhaps unique place in US electronic music. A pioneer and a populariser, a restless and relentless seeker, Stewart brings together coasts and continents in projects which are both conceptual and heartfelt, clever and ba.
  4. Mauhn
    It was followed by Urban Biology and remix album Half the Battle (both ), Bidnezz (), and another remix collection, double CD Mergerz & Acquisitionz (). Also in , Machine Drum shared a split EP with Drop the Lime, released by Tigerbeat6's dancehall/jungle imprint Shockout, and he released an LP of DJ battle tools titled Cached.
  5. Gardalabar
    Finding happiness in dark places. They made us wait three years for their third album but The Drums have returned with a decidedly gloomy affair: Encyclopedia. The album gets off to quick start with the break neck track “Magic Mountain” showing off their newfound no-wave angle. The rest of the songs venture along a simMissing: Urban Biology.
  6. Vulmaran
    This album was beyond outstanding and amazing to me. Despite a few not liking it because the Drums sound changed, it's natural for a band to explore and find themselves. As a band evolves and changes, their angst and their feelings when they wrote those lyrics then, aren't the same as they are now/5(31).
  7. Kagagis
    Machine Drum – Def In It from Urban Biology (Merck) ; Nautilis – from Are You An Axolotl (Planet Mu) ; Bruce Wang - Under the Influence. Suicidal Tendacies - Institutionalized () The Pixies - Debaser () Nine Inch Nails - Something I Can Never Have () Vangelis - Abraham's Theme from Chariots of Fire ().
  8. Kagul
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