Reviewed by Gillian Nash (logo magazine)
This third album from New Yorker Joseph Fraioli is something of a departure from the neurotic pneumatic drilling that defined his early work, and far more accessible as a result, though he’s still prone to spastik hyperkineticism, presumably when he feels things are getting too comfortable. It can be an annoying, frustrating trait; the delicate - and gorgeous - electronic lacework that underpins ‘Dollars For Bones’ spoiled by someone taking the lid off every
Reviewed by John cochrane (noiseloop.com)
Joseph Fraiolis' third and first album for Planet Mu is a rather disturbing and worrying encounter.13 intensely dark and abravise tracks kick off with opener 'Eds
Head' a dark,forboding intro sets the mood,creating an uneasy feel before all hell breaks loose in the form of crazy analogue drum patterns which compliment the harsh melodies,complete with the eerie chants of medieval monks.Spooky.
This is basically the blueprint of the entire album,atmospheric
- DJ Diamond - Flight Muzik
- Machinedrum - Room(s)
- Pritch & Trim - Stereotype
- Tropics - Parodia Flare
- Anti-G - Presents 'Kentje'sz Beatsz'
- Various - Ghettoteknitianz E.P.
- Kuedo - Severant
- Chrissy Murderbot - Women's Studies
- Boxcutter - The Dissolve
- NastyNasty - No Names
- FaltyDL - You Stand Uncertain
- Chrissy Murderbot - Bussin Down
- Boxcutter - Allele
- Various - Bangs & Works Vol.1
- DJ Roc - The Crack Capone
- Solar Bears - She Was Coloured In
- Various - 14 Tracks From Planet Mu
- DJ Spinn - Man I Do It EP
- DJ Rashad - Itz Not Rite
- Numan - Race Against Time
- Ital Tek - Midnight Colour
- DJ Nate - Da Trak Genious
- Tropics - Soft Vision E.P.
- Mrs Jynx - Shark Carousel