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Winter In The Belly Of A Snake

by Venetian Snares

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jljosh02 It's got that classic Venetian Snares rhythmic insanity that never gets old, but with a cold, depressing edge to it. In a way it's got some of the elements that would later show up in Rossz but this album is more mechanical sounding and abstract. Definitely worth a listen if Autechre is too tame for you. Favorite track: Suffocate.
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huichilobitos_11_ Uno de los mejores discos del señor Funk y un coctel glitch donde se mezclan ecos de música industrial con una rítmica amorfa que tiende a llenar infecciosamente hasta el último espacio vacío. Un disco sofocante y de una emocionalidad fuera de toda clasificación. Favorite track: January.
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Honouring his 3 albums in a year pledge Aaron Funk delivers what is his most mature album yet. Gone are the "breakcore" styles of some of his more abrasive early material to be replaced by a dark thoughtful edge. The rhythmic playfulness (and what some would call complexity) are still there but allied to a strong emotional content dealing with relationships, death and rebirth. Venetian Snares is becoming one of the most talked about new artists in the genre and this album fullfils the hype. The opening track "Dad" contains Aaron's first full vocal performance and explores his feelings towards his late father. There is also a cover version of The Misfits "She" with Aaron doing a fine approximation of Glenn Danzig. With the sleeve by cult artist Trevor Brown.

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released January 27, 2003

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