8.8.09

frank talk



Margaret Dygas has been creating waves with her unorthodox approach to techno, incorporating elements of noise, industrial music, and even folk into her sonic palette. The b-side of her latest 12" on Perlon is a fine example of what this Polish-born, California-raised producer is capable of— "Frankly" features deep kicks, funky congas, and a truly jackin' groove. With washes of hi-frequency sound leading to acoustic guitar-based sample builds, the piece is an unmistakable summer jam, with pans and background atmospherics reminding one of a traffic-clogged beach-side roadway. Big ups here!

Margaret Dygas- Frankly

Tomorrow, leftfield.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seriously, you're going to give away a vinyl only track that's just been released? I'm in support of posting OOP stuff, or at least stuff a couple years old, but I would feel bad mugging Perlon.

Camilla said...

Hey, if this hadn't been posted some of us never even would have heard of her/had the idea to buy the vinyl and support her. There are two sides to this argument...

trees said...

I am undecided on this argument. I will say that anyone with the ability to use a search engine can find this floating around the internet.

That said, I did buy this record. Mostly because (and I finally figured it out) the guitar progression on "Frankly" is the same as the guitar progression from "Sunflower" by Low. Weird, right?