Club Music Vol. 1 is an expert concoction: EBM with a strong taste of New Beat, swirled around in one rather cavernous cauldron.
The bass lines march, evil, cold, precise, punctuated by textures so familiar they seem to burst more from the collective pop id than any vintage electronic hardware - handclaps, record scratches, whistles, delay-soaked barks, et al.
This is a vision of a dark, calculated 80’s, a vision that feels truer to the real 80’s-esque hellworld we currently endure than any imagined past.
Club Music Vol. 1 is a satisfying manifestation of pop’s retromaniacal infinite loop...getting darker and darker with each rotation. Like the hammer and sickle glaring ambiguously from the cover, Club Music could strike you as revisionist, utopian, or something much, much grimmer.
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Boy Harsher have created a monster of an album! This will 4ever be spinning on my turntable. The delicieux dark melancholy words grab and the beats& crazy base kick you in the head like never before. Phenomenal! (When you go ,I will be, all alone........
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I don’t think I’ve ever heard a record with such a sense of danceable atmosphere to it aside from maybe Keluar. This is the soundscape of a BDSM nightclub lit entirely by the pulsing red glow of a massive dance-floor packed to the brim with scantily leather-clad bodies. Jackson Eastwood