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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
now you know! 19 Nov. 2001
By A Customer - Published on
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after some great reviews and recommendations from some of the people on the warp forum, i decided to check this release out. i was not really sure of what to expect at first, since i had little experience and knowledge of machine drum, or the m3rck label at all. but, after listening to it a couple of times, i must say i'm thoroughly impressed. if you know prefuse73 on the warp label, then you get the picture. this is the sound of what hip-hop SHOULD sound like, in my opinion. mellow beats, samples, lush melodies and prime use of the clicks, cuts and squeeks every electronica fan so love. to be general - it's cut-hop.
most of the tracks are instrumental pieces with an occasional vocal sample edited into the mix (usually cut-up or edited in some way or another), but track 7, my visuals, and track 11, fury, features the lovely vocal work of poly-sci. this adds a bit to the total atmosphere of the album, and makes it a varied and exciting listen, even at repeted playings.
if you're into prefuse73 or any of scott herren's stuff, check this out. if you're at all into electronica - make sure you make a mental mark of m3rck records. they're brilliant.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
. 28 Jun. 2004
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Format: Audio CD
Fans of Boards of Canada, Prefuse 73, & Funkstorung should check out Machine Drum. This is a good album, but i recommend "Urban Biology" ([...] Anyone interested in the artist should check out the Syndrone records and the forthcoming Tstweart records (also available from merck)
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Awesome 7 Dec. 2003
By J. Prager - Published on
Format: Audio CD
When I listen to machine drum I truly am taken away to another world. This is some of the most brilliant music i have ever heard. How he takes sounds and puts them together in such ways I will never know. I wish I could write something to truly describe his music, but words really cannot even begin to capture its beauty. This is just musical gold.
If you like Future Sound of London, Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada etc, I cannot recommend this artist to highly. When most artists in the electronic medium are now rehashing what has already been done, Machine Drum truly has a new unique voice.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Even Pitchfork liked it. 29 Nov. 2003
By A Customer - Published on
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And if the people at Pitchfork are willing to bow and say that they do indeed enjoy something, then you probably want to at least give it a quick listen. At any rate, this release is quite an accomplisment - it's a very smooth listen; though a bit loud for some tastes, it's not overly so - a welcome addition to my collection - the kid has heart.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Lovely Beats Will Take You Away... 4 Mar. 2005
By Eyes and Teeth - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Machine Drum (don't de misled by the weak name) is comprised of Travis Stewart and unleashed on our synapses via those kind folks at small Miami label Merck. I love this album as it has a vibe all it's own. The obvious comparisons to Prefuse 73 and Boards of Canada are warranted. However, this album comes across as somehow grittier and higher. The kinetically chopped vocals meld excellently with the fat-bottom hip hop beats and pastoral synth overcoat. I have heard other reviewers complaining about the drums being too punchy and loud. That is sheer folly. The beats hit the speaker perfectly, giving this album an urban dimension that the Boards never really get too. This album is dynamite, and I find myself listening to it throughout a vast array of my moods, yet it never ceases to sound fresh. Another facet of Machine Drum that I dig is the progression exhibited by Travis Stewart from one album to the next, as Urban Biology is even better. Obviously if you not into cut-up Hip-Hop or electronic beats you won't like this. But if that is indeed your cup of tea, then you will definately find thorough enjoyment within the warm confines of this album.
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