Shit Robot Album Bundle
This package includes all three Shit Robot vinyl LPs at special bundle price.
"From the Cradle to the Rave" (DFA2253)
"We Got A Love" (DFA2396)
"What Follows" (DFA2484)
Factory Floor Album Bundle
This package includes 2xLP versions of both Factory Floor 2xLP albums at a special bundled price.
"Factory Floor" (DFA2392)
Eric Copeland Goofballs Bundle
More about Goofballs (click here for tracklist)
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 too obvious for an artist like Eric. Perhaps he even invented a new dance genre: ‘Goofstep’. We’ll see if that one sticks…
More about Mixbone (click here for tracklist)
On the Mixbone EP, two tracks from Eric Copeland’s 2017 record Goofballs get reworked by five of leftfield electronic music’s heaviest hitters. The Goofballs LP finds the Black Dice founding member conducting hectic, dancefloor-oriented experiments; The Vinyl Factory called it a “mangled, spangled journey into the fringes of industrial disco and hallucinatory club tackle.” Mixbone capitalizes on this direction with remixes that recontextualize and reshape the propulsive energy of the original songs into wholly different forms.
Eric Copleand Black Bubblegum Bundle
More about Black Bubblegum (click here for tracklist)
The title of the record says it all: chewy, sticky pop that doesn’t taste quite like any chewy, sticky pop you’ve had before. Recorded at Copeland’s old practice space in South Williamsburg, Black Bubblegum contains songs with more conventional sounds and songwriting than any of his previous releases. While there are similarities with Copeland’s earlier work in the drum patterns, major scales and vocals, Black Bubblegum moves away from his trademark psychedelic dub towards strange and fantastical pop; imagine Arthur Russell going into the
studio with the Ramones. Wanting to take a more “handson” approach to these recordings, Copeland exchanged sample-driven tech and hardware for keyboards, guitars and effect pedals, creating a new sound that is oddly easy to digest despite its rejection of melody in favour of discord and dissonance.
Ms. Pretzel EP
1. Ms. Pretzel
3. Scum Of The Cream