A nest-like home of electronic influences has woven and structured their way into "Smart's" brain, to regurgitate a bass level floor shaking attitude that stands up to critisism. Blast away. Two sheets to the wind, or rip like wet paper? He will continue to let you be the judge and just sit back without label, just cause, or anything other than independent glory. If you came and listened, he did his job.
He doesn't care if you like it or hate it. "My friends like my songs, and I like my songs" - The Grouch (LLCrew) Back in 1998 Joel Smart started a studio in his apartment. Like most other liftoffs, he had many friends (and some enemies) try to tell him where to go and what to do. Recluse and observant Joel Smart continued to do what he did best. Create, release, create, release.
With over 200 songs produced and 3 full-length techno/dance albums circulating the west coast. You can search, but you won't find (at least easily). In 2007 He released "It's All About Introductions" a homage to "Endtroducing". But only 3 tracks of which are featured on Last.fm.
This year "TH3 S1L3NT H3RO" can be found, in it's completeness, for all "Last.fm" users to enjoy. Don't sit. Move. Don't think.
Feel. Don't Listen. Be. For more information check out www.intellrecords.com (coming soon) 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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