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Future Chaos

by Bomb the Bass

Future Chaos by Bomb the Bass

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Future Chaos

by Bomb the Bass

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Label: !K7 Records
Bomb the Bass' Tim Simenon made his name in the late '80s by bringing hip-hop's cut'n'paste techniques to acid house, and he spent the '90s exploring darker, dubbier sounds. After several years of silence, he returned in 2008 with this subdued collection of electro-pop songs fronted by singers you'd expect (Fujiya & Miyagi's David Best) and those you wouldn't (Mark Lanegan, Jon Spencer). His singers' voices fold surprisingly well into the mix, a porous bed of analog synths and acid bass; their growls and whispers make the perfect foil for Simenon's purring drum machines.

About This Album

Bomb the Bass' Tim Simenon made his name in the late '80s by bringing hip-hop's cut'n'paste techniques to acid house, and he spent the '90s exploring darker, dubbier sounds. After several years of silence, he returned in 2008 with this subdued collection of electro-pop songs fronted by singers you'd expect (Fujiya & Miyagi's David Best) and those you wouldn't (Mark Lanegan, Jon Spencer). His singers' voices fold surprisingly well into the mix, a porous bed of analog synths and acid bass; their growls and whispers make the perfect foil for Simenon's purring drum machines.

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About This Album

Bomb the Bass' Tim Simenon made his name in the late '80s by bringing hip-hop's cut'n'paste techniques to acid house, and he spent the '90s exploring darker, dubbier sounds. After several years of silence, he returned in 2008 with this subdued collection of electro-pop songs fronted by singers you'd expect (Fujiya & Miyagi's David Best) and those you wouldn't (Mark Lanegan, Jon Spencer). His singers' voices fold surprisingly well into the mix, a porous bed of analog synths and acid bass; their growls and whispers make the perfect foil for Simenon's purring drum machines.