MP3 J Dexter - The great machine society
This is electronic, acoustic, instrumental, thought provoking and original music, definitely not singer/songwriter but definitely a little bit dancey, a little bit trancey and a whole lot different.
14 MP3 Songs
AVANT GARDE: Electronic Avant-Garde, ELECTRONIC: Alternative Dance
My music usually stems from ideas or concepts that I have whilst in I am in the bath or on a train or just sitting there staring into space (don’t try this at home folks). For example, I muse to myself wouldn’t it be fun to marry the opposing forces of soul brother and love crooner ‘Al Green’ with some insane electronic/robotic football hooligan chanting… we have all had that thought that from time to time, right? Or is it just me? ‘Skin love’ is the name of the song and to hear this track check out my second album ‘Say yes, Say you are a cool dude’ at https://www.tradebit.com
Most of the melodic (and some not so melodic) sounds you will hear are played by myself on electronic and acoustic instruments. This is because I prefer to relate to music physically and emotionally i.e. I want to experience the tactile pleasure of creating a musical experience using my hands. I hope you enjoy what you hear.
Anyone familiar with J Dexter''s work will recognize a standard strategy in the title track (a quotation from L Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology) - a descent from an ethereal intro vocal into a pitiless maelstrom of polytechno beats. What we’re dealing with here is an ‘aural wall’. And ‘Crazy Little Thing’ has one of the best flute solos since Ian Anderson got sideswiped and died in Malibu... Take it on your honeymoon and get the divorce over with quickly.
CC Rider, Mixmag
You can listen and download tracks from my other albums at https://www.tradebit.com
Here is a review of my 1st album:
It''s Friday night...you gotta have some fun tonight, or it ain''t worth a f**k.’ So begins the debut album of J Dexter, and fun there is, though not of the very harmless variety. The hour or so of playtime fuses anything from weird birdsong reggae in Turdus Turdus to a brain-dicing hardcore vehicle for the Hindenburg disaster commentary in ‘Get this Shorty’. Musically, J Dexter is not confined to a small space. Eclectic is a word that springs to mind, and, having sprung, is rejected as inadequate. ‘Forgive Me Clara’ is a personal favourite, propelled by funked-up bass trajectory allied to the most raucous screeches from your analogue synth nightmares.
E Type, BBCi music
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