This 7 inch introduces a forthcoming album collection of 15 edits by Tandy Love and Mad Smooth (BMusic. Manchester). Includes two psychedelic freak funk tracks. The Anagram Jam is led by fuzzed guitars. Jee Jee Jar Jar is a wonderful bollywood duet with a house like beat based on a Mexican drum break.
Anagram Jam, a deeply covert production in the form of an album featuring 15 edits by two highly informed and inscrutable musical archivists. To cover their true indentitles these agents are using the anagramed pseudonyms Tandy Love and Mad Smooth as a further clue they hail from the
Manchester based BMusic.
The names of the track sources have been also been disguised so unscrabble the rabble to reveal the mixed-up monikers of your new favourite freak-funk psychadelic songsmiths. All tracks are de-pipped with minimal pith and added juicy bits. Maximized, marmalised, shredded and preserved using the finest ingredients from the fruitful pastures of our pear shaped planet.
This seven introduces the forthcoming album. Side 1, “The Anagram Jam”, is exclsuive the 7” and an addictive fuzzzed up guitar led break conjoined with a rendition of the alphabet by a rather infamous comedic genius. Side 2 provides a sneak preview of the album with a wondeful bollywood duet amalgamted with a house like, heavily percussive mexican drum break and a stylophone sounding rendition of a well heeled dance classic.
“So this is what Finders Keepers crew do before breakfast. More jam please Mom!” (Egon, Stones Throw )
“Puts Dom Thomas and Andy Votel’s efforts to shame” (Gaslamp Killer, Dublab)
“Sounds like the work of B Music’s distant dyslexic dopplegangers” (Gruff Rhys, Neon Neon)...
(added: 2009-05-08 10:47:00 )