Jay Lesser (real name Jason Doerck) broke ranks with the pompous
electronica of the early 1990s and opted for
bizarrely phantasmagorical spastic dada-electronica on
I Hate Me (1990) and
Excommunicate the Cult of the Live Band (1996).
Thanks to his oddly incoherent conception of rhythm,
Gigolo Cop (1997) straddled the border between
noise and dance, in the process redefining both.
His grotesque take on drum'n'bass peaked with
Welcome to the American Experience (1997) and
Mensa Dance Squad (2001), leading to the
chaotic beats of Gearhound (Matador, 2001).
Suppressive Acts: I-X (Matador, 2003), one of his least convincing
pranks, seemed lost between heavy metal and hip hop.
Elder Bits (2012) contains two suites for home-made synths.
(Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx) |
Se sei interessato a tradurre questo testo, contattami