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Javelin // Oh Centra 7"

Javelin // Oh Centra 7"

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2000年代初期からサイケフォークやエセ密林系音楽を中心にリリースしてきたフィンランドの老舗レーベルLal Lal Lal諸作を大量に本邦初入荷しました。

本作は、後にThrill Jockeyから発表することになる従兄弟ヒップホップ・エレクトロデュオJavelinのデビュー7"です。既に廃盤です。

Volcanic Tongue:

"New single on the Finnish Lal Lal Lal label documenting the cut-up/day-glo ravings of this Providence duo who mix crudely-pirated RnB juice with school-yard wordage, fucked up cheap beats and a whole load of hormonal agit-agression."

Tim Scott / Screaming Bloody Mess:

"Arty keyboards and fucked up Chipmunk vocals music from this Providence, duo. It’s on a Finnish label. ‘Oh Centra’ is hip hop done by Rhode Island white kids, in their bedrooms. The B side is about going to school. Art school? The r&b; beats they got going (ripped) are nice." 

Volcanic Tongue:

"New single on the Finnish Lal Lal Lal label documenting the cut-up/day-glo ravings of this Providence duo who mix crudely-pirated RnB juice with school-yard wordage, fucked up cheap beats and a whole load of hormonal agit-agression." 

Matt / Outer Space Gamelan:

"Javelin (not to be confused with the power metal band) are from Providence, RI and not Finland but are no less wacko. Like, seriously batty. Or should I say catty? Really, turn the 7" over and there's like a whole bunch more cartoon cats just hanging out. It's cool, cats are cool. But I don't even know what to make of this one. Side A (featuring the song "Oh Centra" I think) sees a high-pitched equally-cartoony voice delivering monotonic lines over a techno/dance/pop/synth beat. Lines about "playing you like sudoku". It's like, uh, Ladytron or the Self album with all the toys or some sugar-sweet J-pop or I don't even know what. The B side doesn't confuse me any less and features a more masculine voice chanting "S-C-H-O-O-L go to school" alongside a kinda R&B-ish; beat. And the other song has a bunch of splices and samples of someone intoning something about a mobile phone. The Lal Lal Lal website suggests the group mixes samples along with actual playing and that definitely makes sense (if anything makes sense here) but it's impossible to tell what's coming from them and what's coming from the tape recorder. I also understood a bit better when I read that these cats (ha!) were coming from Providence, and you'd kinda understand too if you heard it." 

Artist : Javelin

Label : Lal Lal Lal 

2000年代初期からサイケフォークやエセ密林系音楽を中心にリリースしてきたフィンランドの老舗レーベルLal Lal Lal諸作を大量に本邦初入荷しました。

本作は、後にThrill Jockeyから発表することになる従兄弟ヒップホップ・エレクトロデュオJavelinのデビュー7"です。既に廃盤です。

Volcanic Tongue:

"New single on the Finnish Lal Lal Lal label documenting the cut-up/day-glo ravings of this Providence duo who mix crudely-pirated RnB juice with school-yard wordage, fucked up cheap beats and a whole load of hormonal agit-agression."

Tim Scott / Screaming Bloody Mess:

"Arty keyboards and fucked up Chipmunk vocals music from this Providence, duo. It’s on a Finnish label. ‘Oh Centra’ is hip hop done by Rhode Island white kids, in their bedrooms. The B side is about going to school. Art school? The r&b; beats they got going (ripped) are nice." 

Volcanic Tongue:

"New single on the Finnish Lal Lal Lal label documenting the cut-up/day-glo ravings of this Providence duo who mix crudely-pirated RnB juice with school-yard wordage, fucked up cheap beats and a whole load of hormonal agit-agression." 

Matt / Outer Space Gamelan:

"Javelin (not to be confused with the power metal band) are from Providence, RI and not Finland but are no less wacko. Like, seriously batty. Or should I say catty? Really, turn the 7" over and there's like a whole bunch more cartoon cats just hanging out. It's cool, cats are cool. But I don't even know what to make of this one. Side A (featuring the song "Oh Centra" I think) sees a high-pitched equally-cartoony voice delivering monotonic lines over a techno/dance/pop/synth beat. Lines about "playing you like sudoku". It's like, uh, Ladytron or the Self album with all the toys or some sugar-sweet J-pop or I don't even know what. The B side doesn't confuse me any less and features a more masculine voice chanting "S-C-H-O-O-L go to school" alongside a kinda R&B-ish; beat. And the other song has a bunch of splices and samples of someone intoning something about a mobile phone. The Lal Lal Lal website suggests the group mixes samples along with actual playing and that definitely makes sense (if anything makes sense here) but it's impossible to tell what's coming from them and what's coming from the tape recorder. I also understood a bit better when I read that these cats (ha!) were coming from Providence, and you'd kinda understand too if you heard it." 

Artist : Javelin

Label : Lal Lal Lal