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Metallic Dub MP3

Aaron Spectre, following the release of his extraordinary mechanized metal album, Grist (credited to his Drumcorps pseudonym), has posted another extended set of dark, rhythmic maneuvers, titled “Reptile Dub” (MP3). The source material ranges from the dancehall of Buju Banton to work by a fellow post-junglist, Shackleton, to the Nine Inch Nails track from which the set takes its name, to several of his own pieces, under both the Spectre and Drumcorps monikers. The set originally aired on Resonance FM in London in mid-December 2006.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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