Jump to content


Recommended Posts

2 minutes ago, Hugh Mughnus said:

Aye, fme sideways that remix is my favourite thing he’s done in like... a long time. 

some really great melody + counter melody type conversation happening in it. and i like the arc of it. it's kind of flawless feeling. 

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...

Many months after the release I must say, I don't want to miss Terminal Slam and Detroit People Mover. Usually listening to only those. The Squarepusher badassness in TS does not feel old IMO, I love the drum programming there. I'm totally willing to explode starting at 2:29. Much love for the 1/64 1/128 kick effect and the pad coming in at 3:23. And those high speed cymbals/whatever in that section, so good and flawless.

Edited by WurstPLUS
Link to comment
Share on other sites

yeah those are the best tracks on the album for me


i remember putting this album on loop the day after it leaked. i need to revisit it though been a bit.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
On 4/13/2021 at 8:11 AM, X4creek said:

yeah those are the best tracks on the album for me

Interesting as those are my two least favourite tracks off the album! (If there was a gun to my head). Enjoy them still but there’s something about the levels on terminal slam that kinda bug my ears & I’m not a huge fan of ambientish anything. This says more about me than the album of course. 

this has been my fav album of his in a long time, had it on repeat today with my new DAP even! 

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
  • 2 months later...
  • 4 weeks later...

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
  • Similar Content

    • By perunamuusi
      Couldn't see this anywhere.
      Apologies if Jazz (bass)
      Also playing a warm up at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath on the 22nd though not listed below

      Should be an absolute belter at that pub gig
    • By mause
      interested to try and catch this one, unreleased spymania bits from the whole gang (and hopefully spoosher!)..anyone got the wherewithal to record it and back it up? i might not be able to catch it 😞 
    • By ARPA
      Squarepusher’s sonic masterpiece and debut mind-melter of an LP Feed Me Weird Things returns, reissued on double vinyl for the first time since its release on the 3rd of June 1996. Originally released on Rephlex, Aphex Twin himself noted on the sleeve notes of the original that Squarepusher makes “sound like sound never sounded before… Squarepusher gives us the SOUND of SOUND.” Now released on Warp 25 years later, the original album has been remastered from the original DATs and features two extra tracks on a 10 which were first released on the B-side of the Squarepusher Plays… EP and later featured on the original Japanese release of this album. The edition also includes a 16 page booklet with personal photographs, ephemera and notes from Tom Jenkinson, giving us an insight into his early career and into a time of true experimentation and innovation during the mid-90s.
      To say it was ‘ahead of its time’ feels unsatisfactory, and almost chronologically inaccurate - the wild array of styles it blends makes Feed Me Weird Things seem to exist in a time and space continuum all of its own. Maybe there really were UFOs over Leytonstone?
      Using the nascent energy and wildly experimental drum programming of jungle as its main rhythmic driving force, Feed Me Weird Things is celebrated for the way it was able to blend and cross-pollinate genres so effectively. Jazz, instrumental dub, trip-hop, UK hardcore, ambient synthesis, seventies cop funk and even a kind of mangled bossa nova are all tied magically together, transcending into a sound uniquely his own.
      Without delving into the many highlights and moments on the record, it serves as both a snapshot of one of the most vital, experimental periods in the history of UK electronic music and how the young Tom Jenkinson was pushing the boundaries of electronic music, into something well and truly weird, feeding into the canon of electronic music that resonated on into that decade and beyond.

    • By Joyrex

    • By justanotheruser
      Album entirely recorded using archaic recording devices. 
      Any thoughts? 
  • Create New...