Thursday, January 31, 2008

Twin Cities Mayhem

"Nobody invented this electropunk thing. No city can claim it (though New York certainly tries). It's simply what happens when you take a generation of bored teens and twentysomethings - raised on hardcore punk, British techno, Nintendo, and Doritos - and place cheap digital recording technology within their grasp."

-TC Electropunk.com


Bring together fifteen bands from the Twin Cities area. To begin with, think Devo on some 'roids. Get a little dirty here and there (think Peaches), a sprinkle of some vintage techno-industrial (think Nitzer Ebb or KMFDM), some light-hearted silliness (They Might Be Giants or Gravy Train!!! anyone?), and just a whole lack of inhibition. End result: Twin Cities Electropunk Volume 4, available for FREE at TC Electropunk.com. Try two of the tracks below, then head over and download the rest for your listening pleasure. To top it off, you can download Volumes one through three while you're at it.


Milkbar - Stop (Check Me Out) : Twin Cities Electropunk Volume 4


Unicorn Basement - >Sexy : Twin Cities Electropunk Volume 4


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Nitzer Ebb - Godhead : Ebbhead

Gravy Train!!! - The Hair Stair : All The Sweet Stuff

2 comments:

Todd said...

Sean,
Awesome! Thank you very much for the write-up... very much appreciated!
-Todd

Anonymous said...

If you like Gravy Train, I think you will like Apple Saucey. A lot.

Check them out:

http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/2727796/Octopussy%20%28Party%20%40%20Da%20Beach%29.mp3

http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/2727796/Mistletoe%20Ho.mp3