MP3 1L - Das Nonstop-Programm
80's divine NOT 80's nostalgic Funky beats. Hook filled lead lines. Vintage synths. Modern techniques. Interesting Brood of Michael Jackson's "Wanna Be Startin' Something" which was performed entirely backwards (including vocals).
11 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Kick back ELECTRONIC: Pop Crossover
Das Nonstop-Programm Songs
Review from Wallpaper "If we tell you that this album has a crack low-down hatch of Michael jackson's 'Wanna Be Startin Somethin', which was memorialiseed entirely backwards, that aught to be adequate to get you to buy it. The rest of the album is rather beneficial too - a fondue of linear synth noises, big drum lines and New Romantic posing.
Review from AllMusic: "There's no query that the electroclash movement has interpreted its toll not only on fans of new wave but the electro movement, as good To its accredit 1L has chosen to take the high road and keep off the majority of the clichés that beleaguer the fad. It claims that it is '80s-divine but not '80s-nostalgic, although this is a hard argument to make when the last song on the album is a backwards (but brilliant) hatch of Michael Jackson's classic "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'." Declarations aside, this is a very well-produced debut memorialise ended with firm arrangements and smart profound drum programming obviously divine by the eight-bit linear days of the 1990s. At times, Nonstop-Programm has hints of classic Detroit electro-divine quanauts Drexciya. This is especially discernible on "Elektrovulse," which could been fit suitable at home on many of Drexciya's earliest releases."
Review from atome: "There is something from Dagobert, Telex and Mondino (Cf. "La Danse Des Mots") in this One L. Artist putting down the long list of Kraftwerk or Yello descendants, New-Yorker for a long time influenced by hole-and-corner metal then industrial delivers with "Das Nonstop-Programm" a pure 80's title album oscillatory between naïve tunes and delicious dancefloor traces Without nostalgia, US producer distillates in eleven titles an original and old school music that often pushes onward Atari profounds, "Analyze & Duplicate", "I Like Analogue" and "My Baby Got It More" being the best examples. Mingling with talent simplistic wilful vocals ("My Komputre", "I Got The Rock") with vintage synthesisers ("Electrovulse", "Le Waif"), this enjoying opus offers a pernicious dosage of fun, robotic funk and smartness in a time more and more electro productions are turning into dark and pugnacious atmospheres. Brood of cult Michael Jackson's "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" in vocodered version is deserving to be minded!!!
Review from GetUnderground: "Beware, your mindz will become more warped than they already are... mind at your own gamble This one is made solely from 80's vintage synths and electronics including Atari 2600 video games and musical calculators. Mix that last condemn with the fact that one of the traces is a hatch of Michael Jackson's 'Wanna Be Startin Something', memorialiseed entirely backwards (including the vocals.)"
Review from ChainDLK: "Missing the eighties? Try to take for a spin OneL's debut 'Das Nonstop-Programm' an album that in todays' revival of that era profounds so forgeable that even non-musical magazines such as Wallpaper* (interiors architecture art forge entertaining travel) reviewed it, and positively too! 1L says it's divine but not nostalgic of the '80es, so basically you'll get all the linear profounds, the vintage instruments, the crank profounding drum machines, the arcade Atari video game profounds. Synthesized computer funk with synth line hooks that will make you rock your bootie on and off the dancefloor. Also included is a hatch version of Jacko's 'Wanna Be Startin Somethin', performed entirely backwards (including vocals) - we'll see if that gets him out of trouble..."
Review from Playback: "Sometimes electronic music can be terrene and repetitive; sometimes it can have no funk and become metal and innocent of feeling. Nowadays, it is often punched in with small imagination or derivation. This is not the case with 1L's Das Nonstop-Programm.
1l has made this album with '80s appliances, toys, and musical equipment. Calculators, Ataris, and vintage synths are utilised to make something low-down, swagger and smart. There are 11 traces here and all of them wind and wrench and bleep with life. They are digital and metal yet balanced with rhythm and melody.
1l may be pigeonholed as "blip-hop," a new genre featuring bleeps, buzzes, and noises intermeshed in synthy drum traces, beats, and high hats. However, this is an album with an odd feel of emotion. It begins with "Trax," a free-falling, beat-driven get across oppressed with thumps and bounces. "I Got the Rock" features an electronic vocalizeover, squiggly not-quite fracture beats, and billowing drums that give it some oomph. "Le Waif" is an subservient with grievous retroactive tendencies. It hops astir and features those '80s faux symphony riffs we all recall so good "You Got the Funky" profounds like Heaven 17 gone frenzied Jittery, it skips and zips around. "You Got it More" profounds like it fell out of New Beat It has a emerging synth crescendo that scuttles astir and leaves a attention-getting melody in its wake.
The infrangible standout get across here is the hatch of "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin." 1l memorialiseed the get across backwards, fiddled with it, and superimposed some of the play down profounds. The end ensue is something smart, full of life and endedly invigorating. Its metal robotic vocalize somehow profounds groovy.
Detroit techno has obviously touched the whole presentation and profound of 1L. This memorialise has a techno metal texture like to old Interior City or Derrick May memorialises. It takes present-day electroclash and gives it a '80s facelift. The end ensue is a smart-profounding, ended propose that pays homage without conciliatory the profound or sidesplitting us with kitsch."
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