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Head Gone Wrong By Noise (2pk)
Artist: Madteo
Format: Vinyl

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Label: HONEST JON'S
Rel. Date: 04/29/2022
UPC: 769791979543

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Almost a decade since his classic album 'Noi No', NYC's Madteo runs amok on Honest Jon's with nine tracks of groove graffiti, scrawling on disco, hip hop, house and garage styles with inimitably thrifty, freehand tekkers With the dance gee'd up by Madteo's 'Str8 Crooked' batch - his first 12" in years - 'teo continues to express a mix of deadly cool and charmingly frazzled dance trax in his patented rug-slipping/rug-cutting fashion on 5th studio album, 'Head Gone Wrong by Noise.' Club music by nature, but with an abundance of detail and chicanery that will come to light with headphones and home listening, it's another masterclass in how to do it your own way with nary a fuck given for norms, but still loadsa love for the original forms. Whether turning deep disco boogie into a psychoactive lather, as on 'Since Man Crawled Out of The Slime', or voicing the buzz in his head on 'Not This, Not That', he simply can't help but do it with properly slanted style. Upending the contents of local record shop bargain bins into a bucket-headed smoke out, the results spell out a sort of slippery, noirish soundtrack to nocturnal jags between greasy dive bars and backstreet pick-ups, getting progressively lost to it's own lowlit world in the most absorbing way. His avant B-boy/soundboy chops are at full flex on the slompy bomb 'Big Stack Attack', and framed at his longest and loosest in the album's core trio of mazy jazz-house joints between 'Deserts of Social Isolation', the rangy swang of 'Freeze The Cheese' and the deep fried drums of 'They Rolled Over For Him And He Rolled Over Them', with a real future classic in the air-step strut of 'People Impersonating Persons.' Fans of everyone from Shake to Actress, Demdike Stare and Theo Parrish who don't know this G owe themselves a check. Everyone else; you know the score!