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Tag Archives: Food for Animals
Two heroes of the new noise movement have recently branched out with their own boutique imprints. MC Dälek, one-half of the New Jersey group of the same name, is launching a new label, Deadverse Recordings. The label’s first release is … Continue reading
With their critically-acclaimed debut Belly in hand, Washington, D.C.’s experimental hip-hop unit Food for Animals will head out on the road for a month-long tour. The group will be accompanied by San Francisco upstart Mi Ami. And yeah, I know … Continue reading
Washington, D.C.’s Food for Animals make their debut with Belly, a morass of industrial-strength noise that sounds like B-more on acid. Continue reading
Baltimore, M.D. quartet Food for Animals follows in the tradition of genre-experimentalists — think Shadow Huntaz, Antipop Consortium, and Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician’s work with Pole — that probably sound just as strange to your average true school backpacker as your traditional thug enthusiast. Mixing found sounds, blurring noise, vintage samples and politicized B-boy lyrics, Food for Animals try to meet their musical ambitions with action.
The group’s forthcoming album, Belly, comes three years after its debut EP, 2004’s Scavenger Class. Set for release on November 27 via Hoss Records, it packs 15 songs into, according their website, "psycho-tropical brutality on one end and absolute freshness on the other."
The track listing is below.