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Daedelus - Hrs:Mins:Secs



Daedelus Hours Minutes Seconds
Daedelus - Hrs:Mins:Secs
(Download) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS215, 2008-04-14

Tracklisting :
01. Hrs:Mins:Secs | Go download MP3 on daedelusmusic.com
02. Hrs:Mins:Secs (Etan's Greenwich Mean Report)
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Links :
daedelusdarling.com
dirtyloop.com/Daedelus.html
myspace.com/daedelusdarling
ninjatune.net
pre-order the upcoming album 'Love To Make Music To' on the ninjashop

Press Release :
Let the final countdown commence. Daedelus' brand, spanking-new album, "Love To Make Music To," is on the way. The planet ceases spinning, a billion people stop in the street and look up at a giant neon clock hanging in the sky giving us the time left until that… fateful…moment…. Or maybe not?

Daedelus follows up last year's playful, merry-go-round banger "Fair Weather Friends EP" with a mind-bending, head-stomping ode to the stop-watch. Like a music-Tardis, "Hrs:Mins:Secs" combines the sort hip hop swing and attitude that Timbaland and Pharrell squabble over with manically exciting drum & bass rhythms, a frenzied siren fanfare and gothic futurism. Like the White Rabbit from "Alice In Wonderland" rushing about the innards of a video game. Only funnier. And scarier.

Daedelus is a legitimate contender for the Most Adventurous Man in Music title. His multitude of releases span most genres including several as yet undiscovered but all laced with his own Victorian charm and woven together into otherworldly stories of romance, rave and resplendence. The package is rounded out by a lush remix from new Boston producer Etan.

The new album "Love To Make Music To" is due in June. Watch the clock. Watch the mother-fuckin' clock, sir.
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