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Mutant Beat Dance - S/T
Rush Hour - Vinyl/2CD/Digital - Soon

Post-Industrial House Beau Wanzer Chicago

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#1 Grumpy Old Daddy

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 03:38 AM

Mutant Beat Dance has returned with their debut self-titled 25 track album, a record album booklet consisting of 6 records in 3 different formats of 12″s, 7″s and 10”, a CD and in digital formats.
This concept has been in development since 2015 with over 200 minutes running time.


The debut album from renegade trio Mutant Dance Beat (Traxx aka Melvin Oliphant, Beau Wanzer and Steve Summers) takes the wild and free sound of Chicago’s Music Box era into the 21st Century. Over twenty-five tracks the album mines an oft cited but rarely understood ground at the intersection of Post-Punk, Minimal Wave, Industrial, Disco Dub, EBM and proto-House / early-House. “Mutant Dance Beat.” is an epic journey into a classic American ideology that had its apex in Chicago.


More words with pre-order options here: http://rushhourmusic.com/?p=4162


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Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: Post-Industrial, House, Beau Wanzer, Chicago