Release Date: 03 February 2014
Format: LP Vinyl
|Danton Eeprom If Looks Could Kill Limited Vinyl LP
· Sophomore album from London-based electronic pop experimentalist Danton Eeprom.
· The aftermath of an intense period at the controls of his purpose-built studio, the result is a record which is hybridised at its core, where songs gradually intertwine with dancefloor values and risqué lyrical references.
· ‘If Looks Could Kill’ takes the listener on a journey
from the hook-laden synth-pop of ‘Biscotto & Chimpanzee’ via the lascivious hip hop of ‘Hex Tape’, the Roxy Music-esque ‘Never Ask, Never Tell’, the late night thug house club sleaze of ‘FemDom’ and ‘Hungry For More’, climaxing as the sun comes with the elegantly wasted ‘All Eyes On Me’.
· Danton Eeprom’s musical path is one of a music fiend who experimented with many styles since his teens, going from garage rock to avant-garde to underground club beats. He is now known for a hybrid style of electronic music that blends leftfield pop, raw energy, Detroit techno and Chicago house.
· He has amassed a large body of work on labels such as Versatile, Rekids and Hypercolour, as well as remixes of Royksopp, Radio Slave and Andrew Weatherall.
· Responsible for big club tunes ‘Confession Of English Opium Eater’, ‘Face Control’ and ‘Grindhouse’, and the eclectic debut album ‘Yes Is More’ (2009).
Melodrama In Cinerama
Biscotto & Chimpanzee
All American Apparel
Never Ask, Never Tell
All Dressed Up (And Nowhere To Go)
Hungry For More
All Eyes On Me