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Parisian producer Jackson Fourgeaud fashions skewed techno and jagged electro from the digital detritus of the 21st century. His choppy, abrasive sound has captivated those who have heard singles like "Utopia" and "Rock On", and the daring experimentation of those records continues throughout this hauntingly futuristic album. Aptly describing the document as a "sound-orgy", Jackson (his "computer band" consists of whoever happens to be around when hes recording; in this case renegade MC Mike Ladd and Jackons vocalist mother and niece) collects fragments from our collective musical subconscious, shreds them into glistening shards and presents us with a collagist cut-up of faltering beats, teetering synthlines and warped melodies. Like Akufen or Prefuse 73, Jackson packs his phantasmagoric vision with enough weight to keep the party-people rapt.--Paul Sullivan
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While I sift back to the older albums on Warp, enjoy some of the new acoustic elements filtering through, a little electronic gem has nudged its way to the surface. There is an o2 ad campaign that is going on at the moment with a natty little fractured electric affair going on the background, I myself thought "sounds like the kind of thing you'd find on Warp". Lo and behold it IS the thing you find on Warp, its Jackson And His Computer Band and you've been listening to Utopia! Let the full joy of Utopia unfold on you and you get dramatic shifts in synths, fractured female vocal stabs and a crisp electro break. Then you get the absolute dream of a breakdown with a lovely retro snippet of the Utopia vocal, lush.
The album is full of this sparky lively fractured beats approach. Parts of me think Daft Punk, other bits think Plaid, some bits push my dancefloor buttons and others my soundtracky buttons. Thankfully its not a one track album with so many wicked moments like TV Dogs capturing my imagination.
I'm having a good Warp time at the moment with Maximo Park, Gravenhurst, Broadcast and Jackson And His Computer Band showing that the reasonable people are still firing out the cutting edge of music, without getting needlessly lost in technology.
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very good cd by an interesting musician - this is a unique sound - very original music would like to here more of Jackson's albums - 10/10Published on 1 Mar. 2013 by J. D. Ruddick
wow... an excellent purchase on a whim. Being that warp records are the best label in the world - jackson and his computer band - you cannot go wrong with them, this sounds like... Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2006 by Jonathan A. Billings