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Infesticons - Bombs Anthem



Infesticons Bombs Anthem
Infesticons - Bombs Anthem
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL166, 2010-05-31

The Infesticons return to battle with some heavy armaments on Bombs Anthem. Featuring Creature, Seraphim and Juice Aleem on vox, plus a Mike Ladd beat that sounds like Stevie Wonder in a very, very bad mood, Bombs Anthem is the second single to be taken from the third and final part of the Infesticons trilogy, Bedford Park. More hip hop-oriented than first single Kick Anthem, Bombs... loses none of the punked out energy of the first. Remix duties are taken on by the West Coast's Kraddy, a former member of Glitch Mob now making waves with his own Android Porn single. Deep, dirty electronic funk is the order of the day.

Infesticons Bombs Anthem
Infesticons - Bombs Anthem
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL166, 2010-05-31

Tracklisting :
01. Bombs Anthem 2:56
02. Bombs Anthem (Kraddy Remix) 4:27

Links :
mikeladd.net
infesticons.net
myspace.com/likemadd
bigdada.com
myspace.com/bigdadarecords

Press Release :
The Infesticons return to battle with some heavy armaments on "Bombs Anthem." Featuring Creature, Seraphim and Juice Aleem on vox, plus a Mike Ladd beat that sounds like Stevie Wonder in a very, very bad mood, "Bombs Anthem" is the second single to be taken from the third and final part of the Infesticons trilogy, "Bedford Park." More hip hop-oriented than first single "Kick Anthem," "Bombs..." loses none of the punked out energy of the first.

Remix duties are taken on by the West Coast's Kraddy, a former member of Glitch Mob now making waves with his own "Android Porn" single. Deep, dirty electronic funk is the order of the day.

The Infesticons project began in the year 2000 with the release of "Gun Hill Road," a moment-defining explosion from the New York Underground scene featuring Company Flow, Anti-Pop Consortium, Saul Williams and plenty more. It was followed in 2003 by the Majesticons' rejoinder, "Beauty Party," which one of Mike's alter-egos described as "hearing irony die in a whole new way" (a prophetic reference to ths hipster rap scene which would follow). Now, the shell-shocked remnants of the Infesticons return for one last hurrah. A short, sharp blast of an album, which combines every ounce of Ladd's trademark intelligence, humour and questioning with the most violent and carefree music he's ever made.
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