• Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    What a wow. There are 5 songs on this 12". The first song "Pillow" is the feature. It is where Flaming Lips dream of going. A totally electronic - not even now but beyond now - song with vocals and a real structure. It is really a musthear, no kidding. This is what I think Brad Laner wanted to do in his post Medicine pop project too. Following 'Pillow' are 4 instrumentals. I like "Production No." best (the song which immediately follows 'Pillow'). It has a simple
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  • Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    ...Also new is Capitol K's Roadeater EP on MuZiq's Planet Mu label. Capitol K's album on Planet Mu explored territory between the avant-rock of, say, My Bloody Valentine, and strange electronics, a little like a lot of the recent releases on the Fat Cat label, and their follow up Roadeater EP does much the same. Complete with vocal reminiscent of New Order the Roadeater plays with vari-speed beats and strange loops, with each of the three tracks and one remix doing some crazy stuff...

  • Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    Capitol K - Roadeater E.P.

    With an impressive debut album under their belts already, Roadeater takes the campaign nationwide. Opening track Pillow is as close to a pure pop song as they've got so far. It's got an annoying 'singing in the bath' type vocal, but what hooks you in is the neat Cornelius cut-up style of the backing, with its breezy tune and slashed around synth sounds. There's more to come, as Naxxar and Superheroes wield eastern scales and super-heavy rhythms, which put me in mind
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