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BLACK DICE

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THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music



BLACK DICE

BLACK DICE

THE BUG + METRONOMY
Electrowerkz
Thursday 23 March 2006

£9.50 IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR
WWW.BLACKDICE.NET, WWW.DFARECORDS.COM, WWW.METRONOMY.CO.UK, WWW.HOLIPHONIC.COM

Presented in association with Little Big.

Brooklyn?s BLACK DICE make
a rare visit to the UK to play a London show in support of their album
‘Broken Ear Record’ released in September 2005. Their live set sees
them deliver a chaotic celebration of avant noises, kraut-psychedelic
rhythms and in-yer-face attitude that will confuse and astound in equal
measures, think punctured ear drums and the destabilized loss of
balance that follows it; think sensory failure, shattering, and a new
openness emergent from the shrapnel…

Their sound shares
affinities with Syd Barrett’s Interstellar Floyd jams or the hypnotic
repetition of artists like Can as well as displaying dub, industrial
and tropical influences…

Black Dice, living up to their
track record of ever-diligent experimentation and the embrace of
change, as well as a vibrant backdrop of New York pandemonium, have
delivered one of 2005’s most interesting records and proved that you
don’t have to be noisy to make beautiful noise. Pitch Fork

METRONOMY promote
their debut album Pip Paine (Pay The ?5000 You Owe) out on Holiphonic
on February 20th with a distinctive live set that samples and layers
melodica, accordion, guitar and found sounds that stir up krautrock,
dancehall, polka, pop and folk music. He sights influences asDavid Bowie, Devo, Frank Zappa, Pavement, Kraftwerk, New Order, N.E.R.D, Solex to The Ramones.

?If there?s one record you buy in 2006, make it Metronomy, my number one top tip for 2006? Rob Da Bank Radio 1

“This chap?s really on the way up now!” Steve Lamacq?s Single of the Week BBC 6Music







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