Monday, March 14, 2016

Scrubber Fox - Food In The Bins EP (2004)




  • Breakcore
  • Electro
  • Glitch-hop
  • Bhangra
  • Crossover
  • Experimental electronica
  • Illbient
  • Tekno
  • Urban music

Comment: Behind the nom de plume hides himself Wigan, The United Kingdom-based Gary Naylor who classifies himself as a musician, sound designer, performance artist, A/V artist and DJ. He is also being known as a member in a group called Sadistic Foxician. In a word, he seems to be ein tolles Junge as Germans used to say. It is undoubtedly obvious that Food In The Bins EP is a challenging listening even 12 years later at the point the issue was firstly released. More profoundly, it is all about warped, glitched-out hip-hop aesthetic, frantically mutilated and broken rhythms in the vein of electro and tekno frequencies and there are also up intense bhangra vibes and vowel endeavours. Although it seems to be a highly playful one it is frequnetly imbued with omnious illbient vapor and ill-omened sonic shades as if foresseing impending doom (it is more clearly perceivable at Shit On My Twat). The most important thing about it all is all of that to be the powerful platform for synergistic emergence of a modern urban sound which is not weak, fake or something adverse and inferior. Furthermore, it is much greater than the sum of its parts. In a word, this handful of pieces as a whole should be considered as a classic one. Without hesitation for doing it. Check out for his other issues at Hippocamp, and Bandcamp either.
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