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Omega Male

Omega Male

Omega Male


“An omega male could be viewed as the opposite of an alpha male,” says David Best, singer with this new duo. “An omega male would probably not be a pilot or a CEO of a pharmaceutical company. He'd probably be more likely to be eating crisps. I like to think he watches the world in a detached fashion, as if he's watching television, and that no outside elements can influence his existence…” While the above description of an omega male hardly describes a superman Read more on Last.fm
“An omega male could be viewed as the opposite of an alpha male,” says David Best, singer with this new duo. “An omega male would probably not be a pilot or a CEO of a pharmaceutical company. He'd probably be more likely to be eating crisps. I like to think he watches the world in a detached fashion, as if he's watching television, and that no outside elements can influence his existence…” While the above description of an omega male hardly describes a superman, Omega Male could conceivably be described as a supergroup, a Transatlantic duo featuring David Best of Brighton minimalist kraut-funk outfit Fujiya & Myagi and Sammy Rubin of Brooklyn’s digital rock band Project Jenny, Project Jan.

The combination is an inspired one – laptop sex music played by two white dudes. Echoes of each act in the Omega Male sound has introduced an element of creative tension: “There's definitely a running battle between digital and analogue throughout the record, which is interesting,” says David. “There's a little passive aggressiveness in a few of the songs too. I don't know why. Maybe I was feeling a little passive aggressive.

That would explain it.” The lyrics certainly pack a punch: The chain gang-like Blue Narcissus is about the people who voted Liberal Democrat in the last election to keep the Tories out, only to see them form a government together. Elsewhere, Wax & Glue is about making a voodoo doll of someone you dislike then sticking pins in it, and You Bore Me To Tears speaks for itself. Forthcoming single 'Testosterone' lightens the mood, coming complete with its own dance. “It’s a digging motion manoeuvre,” says David.

“You'd dig, crouch down, then throw whatever imaginary thing that was on the spade over your head. Then do it again.” 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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