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  1. Eric Copeland (Black Dice) returns to DFA with a brand-new set of hyper & hectic leftfield club music. Goofballs places its emphasis on playful melodies, ear worm hooks & vocals mixed with trademark machine funk rhythms that hit hard and land off-balance. Any other way would be .
  2. Aug 07,  · When you first started making music there seemed to be much more of a hardcore influence. Was there a moment when one of you or Black Dice collectively said, “Hey how about ”? The difference between the untitled 10″ CD on Troubleman Unlimited and “Creature Comforts” is staggering.
  3. Wolf Eyes & Black Dice, an Album by Wolf Eyes & Black Dice. Released in on Fusetron (catalog no. cd; CD). Genres: Noise, Neo-Psychedelia. Featured peformers: Charles Burst (recording engineer), Mitch Rackin (recording engineer), Aaron Dilloway (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, editing), Matt Zivich (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), John Olson (aka_text mixing role_id
  4. out of 5 stars Black Dice - Smiling Off Reviewed in the United States on March 10, So even as DFA continue their takeover of the dance-rock world, the Black Dice are here to challenge the hegemony of the 'DFA sound.'4/5(2).
  5. History Early years. Black Dice formed in spring soon after guitarist Bjorn Copeland met drummer Hisham Bharoocha and bassist Sebastian Blanck when they were students at the Rhode Island School of Design. Eric Copeland (vocals) was still attending high school in Maine and would visit on weekends. Early shows seldom lasted more than fifteen minutes and were characterized by violent.
  6. BLACK DICE Vinyl Records and CDs: Continuing in the destructo-core tradition popularized by the early work of D.C. Hardcore band Void, Providence's Black Dice pummel their audience with blistering, frantic Punk. Psychotic, aggressive flailing, head-splitting feedback, and violent microphone (and audience) punishment create an atmosphere as.
  7. Nov 04,  · Wolf Eyes & Black Dice. Brooklyn's Black Dice and Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Wolf Eyes have collaborated before, a couple of times-- at least once on record (Chimes in Black .
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