VA / Soul Jazz Records Presents - New York Noise Ð Dance Music From The New York Underground 1978-82 - 33RPM


New York Noise Dance Music From The New York Underground 1978 82


Soul Jazz Records

Genre: Dance
EAN: 5026328805290
Regular price €45,00

"2xLP / yellow vinyl
1. Liquid Liquid - Optimo (2.43)
2. The Contortions - Contort Yourself (4.23)
3. Konk - Elephant (4.19)
4. impLOG - Holland Tunnel Dive (7.42)

1. Chain Gang - Son Of Sam (3.13)
2. Bush Tetras - You Can't Be Funky (2.43)
3. Material - Reduction (5.25)
4. Mars - Helen Forsdale (2.30)
5. Lizzy Mercier Descloux - Wawa (2.22)

1. Theoretical Girls - You Got Me (3.54)
2. Konk - Baby Dee (6.02)
3. Mars - 3-E (2.50)
4. Bush Tetras - Too Many Creeps (4.02)

1. Arto / Neto - Pini, Pini (2.26)
2. Alan Vega - Bye Bye Bayou (8.34)
3. impLOG - Breakfast (3.27)

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Soul Jazz RecordsÕ new 20th anniversary one-off limited-edition heavyweight special-edition coloured vinyl pressing + download code exclusively for Record Store Day 2023 of Soul Jazz RecordsÕ New York Noise: Dance Music from The New York Underground 1978-82.

ÔNew York Noise is a comprehensive look at the post-punk and no wave era, a short period in time whose influence is still immeasurable and sensed today.Õ The Guardian

ÔOne of the most satisfying archival collections, Soul JazzÕs compilation New York Noise 1978-1982, gathers far-reaching tracks from such diverse acts as Liquid Liquid, Material, and Glenn Branca.Õ Pitchfork

This new 2023 edition features classic New York post-punk, punk funk, synth wave and no wave tracks from Arthur Russell/Dinosaur L, James White and the Contortions, The Theoretical Girls, Mars, Konk, Material, Bush Tetras, Lizzy Mercier Descloux alongside rare tracks by the likes of Alan Vega (Suicide), Chain Gang and Implog.

ÔNew York NoiseÕ sums up the point in time and space where dance music and punk rock first met as New YorkÕs No Wave artists such as Glenn Branca, James White alongside new york dance musicÕs experimental pioneers such as Arthur Russell (Dinosaur l), Bill Laswell (Material), and Konk created new musical art forms out of this union."