Schultz - Elektronikal Disease
Industrial, Noise Elektronikal Disease... you're joking, right? I wish. They got it wrong with the band name, it shouldn't be Schultz, it should be another word which also contains the letters 's' and 'h'. Example six billion of the Suicide Commando playbook on display here. Plodding, thumping kick drums with distorted processing and high key line leads... the vocals appear to be whispered but that doesn't distract from what mindless, uninspired band-wagon jumping garbage this EP is. God save us if they do an album. Who likes this sort of thing anyway? This is the equivalent of spraying a can of black aerosol (uh oh, I probably just gave them a song title there) directly into your eyes.

The bpm is kept high throughout this, ehem, release. Feel like doing jumping jacks while wearing a pair of stupid goggles? This is the band for you. Do you spend more time picking out your outfit for the club or worrying about your facebook status than actually researching what gets played? Schultz all the way then, baby. Are you a 20 something who works a tech job with something to "prove"? Oh forget it, just hang yourself. Absolutely perfect music for the emasculated types you find in clubs these days. Fans of the oontz it will giddily embrace this work; there's no discernment to be found here, just lots of repetitive beats and remixes that push it reeeeeal hard (one changes the snare sound, aren't we clever) in the way only an individual weaned on nothing but one style of music can. Laughable.
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Schultz - Elektronikal Disease

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"Kill it with fire"
Released off label 2011
Elektronikal Disease... you're joking, right? I wish. They got it wrong with the band name, it shouldn't be Schultz, it should be another word which also contains the letters 's' and 'h'. Example six billion of the Suicide Commando playbook on display here. Plodding, thumping kick drums with distorted processing and high key line leads... the vocals appear to be whispered but that doesn't distract from what mindless, uninspired band-wagon jumping garbage this EP is. God save us if they do an album. Who likes this sort of thing anyway? This is the equivalent of spraying a can of black aerosol (uh oh, I probably just gave them a song title there) directly into your eyes.

The bpm is kept high throughout this, ehem, release. Feel like doing jumping jacks while wearing a pair of stupid goggles? This is the band for you. Do you spend more time picking out your outfit for the club or worrying about your facebook status than actually researching what gets played? Schultz all the way then, baby. Are you a 20 something who works a tech job with something to "prove"? Oh forget it, just hang yourself. Absolutely perfect music for the emasculated types you find in clubs these days. Fans of the oontz it will giddily embrace this work; there's no discernment to be found here, just lots of repetitive beats and remixes that push it reeeeeal hard (one changes the snare sound, aren't we clever) in the way only an individual weaned on nothing but one style of music can. Laughable.
Mar 21 2011

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Peter Marks

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