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Ultravisitor
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So you fink you're 'ard do ya?

6 years, 12 months ago at Jul 31 19:59
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This album is, without question, Tom Jenkinson's finest. Ultravisitor was my gateway into the world of Squarepusher, but it's a whole lot more than just a crash course into his music. The album begins with a handful of 'smart' electro songs that lure you into a false sense of security, before the middle section of the album smashes your ears to pieces. The final third of this album returns to the ... read more
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Description: It's been a slow, almost imperceptible evolution, but on Ultravisitor, the seventh album from Tom Jenkinson's Squarepusher project, we finally see this Chelmsford-based electronica guru shrugging off the rather primitive drill 'n' bass tag, and maturing into a fully-fledged musical auteur. Look at him on that sleeve, all serious stare and mutton-chop sideburns: this record feels like a conscious attempt to install Jenkinson into a serious musical canon alongside his obvious heroes John Cage, Miles Davies and Sun Ra. It's a good try, as over these 70-odd minutes of electro-rave mayhem and frighteningly complex jazz-fusion improv, ... (more)
Manufacturer: Warp Records
Release date: 9 March 2004
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0801061011727 UPC: 801061011727
Tags: Warp (2), Indie (1), Punk (1), Psychedelic (1), Jazz Fusion (1), Rock (1), Alternative (1), Bass (1), Warp Records (1), Electronic (1), Hip-hop (1), New Wave (1), Braindance (1), Ambient (1), Hardcore (1), Fusion (1), Drill And Bass (1), Downtempo (1), Noise (1), Future Jazz (1)
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