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Self-Titled have just put up an article about the collabortators for the next Bug album which is to be released sometime this year. Right now the announced guests are:

 

Gonjasufi

Daddy Freddy

Flowdan

Warrior Queen

Death Grips

Grouper

Justin Broadrick (the return of Techno Animal?)

 

If all this is true, I can't fucking wait to hear it.

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Guest Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald

Some more news on this, The Bug has set up a subsidary label on Ninja Tune called Acid Ragga, where he'll be show casing a series of 7" singles. The first one, Can't Take This No More, is already up for pre-order on ninjatune.net.

 

Album wise, the title has been announced as Angels & Devils, but no release date has been set yet.

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Self-Titled have just put up an article about the collabortators for the next Bug album which is to be released sometime this year. Right now the announced guests are:

 

Gonjasufi

Daddy Freddy

Flowdan

Warrior Queen

Death Grips

Grouper

Justin Broadrick (the return of Techno Animal?)

 

If all this is true, I can't fucking wait to hear it.

 

Dis gon be good.

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Self-Titled have just put up an article about the collabortators for the next Bug album which is to be released sometime this year. Right now the announced guests are:

 

Death Grips

Grouper

Justin Broadrick

 

interesting

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mega fucking interesting. I am excited to think about pretty much every one of those collabs.

 

and for those who aren't sure what collabing with some of the perhaps lesser "hardcore" artists (Grouper, for example) would sound like on a Bug release, think of "Too Much Pain" from London Zoo, or the whole King Midas Sound album really. Kevin often talks about contrasting evil dark sounds with intimate beautiful sounds, turning one on its head to create the other. listen to how he reworked Skeng into Catch A Fire with Hitomi.

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