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Friday, June 8, 2012

New noise form the Difference Machine - this one's a live, untitled cut

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The Difference Machine (a.k.a. Conspiracy and D.T. of Clan Destined) released a new untitled track this week. Recorded live at the Earl on June 30th, 2011, the song doesn't pack quite as much of a brain-busting punch as their first single, "Psychology," but instead shows off the group's methodical prowess on stage. It's also a song that I can see them keeping as one of those "live only" kind of things because of that wavering and obvious VU sample grinding away in the background.

I wouldn't expect to see this one show up on their debut full-length, which should be out sometime this summer.

If there's any symbolism implied by the cover art (pictured on the right), it's playing off the brain that appeared on the "Psychology" cover. Taking the motif one step further this time around, this live, untitled cut is all about the slow and steady beat that ties this work of drone/hip-hop together with dark majesty.

The Difference Machine plays the Leftfield Experiment at 529 with Dumbtron (a.k.a. Paten Locke & Willie Evans Jr.), Count Bass D (beat set), and Ethereal. Sat., June 9. $8. 9 p.m.

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