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Black Sugar Transmission

Black Sugar Transmission

Black Sugar Transmission


"The psychedelic dance song cycle boasts hints of classics: Prince, NIN, Bowie, Todd Rundgren yet is unapologetically modern. Dance Music 4 Haters strikes a meticulous yet hypnotic balance of harmonic and rhythmic exploration and pure fist pumping entertainment value. Someone didn't give up on pop music as an actual mode of expression. The beautifully eclectic vocal production illustrates these heartfelt songs peppered with just the right amount of smart ass babble. Read more on Last.fm
"The psychedelic dance song cycle boasts hints of classics: Prince, NIN, Bowie, Todd Rundgren yet is unapologetically modern. Dance Music 4 Haters strikes a meticulous yet hypnotic balance of harmonic and rhythmic exploration and pure fist pumping entertainment value. Someone didn't give up on pop music as an actual mode of expression. The beautifully eclectic vocal production illustrates these heartfelt songs peppered with just the right amount of smart ass babble.

Of course, there's the encyclopedia of guitar textures with a hint of scene stealing gymnastics." - Charles Nieland, Her Vanished Grace "Fist-pumping, melodic and highly destructive dance-rock" - David Adler, Philadelphia Inquirer "Killing!" - Vernon Reid. "If you wanted to know what would happen if you put the 1991 Lollapalooza lineup all in one band, this might be a good estimate." - Muscles Were Invented By Communists Over the course of Black Sugar Transmission's four-year existence, the postpunk electro-pop outfit has always strained at the limitations of genre tags. Equal parts jagged new wave, power pop harmony, metallic muscle, glammy swagger and techno-gasmic sound design, BST lives on its own singular piece of musical real estate. Dance Music 4 Haters, the Brooklyn-based initiative's third proper album release, collects on the more beat-driven, dance-floor-bound moments of this four-year period. As the title suggests, DM4H is dance music for folks who don't necessarily identify as dancers. It's rock and roll for techno-heads.

It's punky, yet immaculately rendered electronic pop music bathed in the fractured light of a kicked-in disco ball. Listen to Dance Music 4 Haters and the rest of the BST catalog on Bandcamp: http://blacksugartransmission.bandcamp.com/album/dance-music-4-haters Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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