Push Button Objects ‎– A Day In A Life

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.triin.

.triin.

May 19, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
referencing A Day In A Life, 12", SKA 011.

Minimal downbeat gem. Really nice review by "awillhoite": "Definitely another one of those SKAM…". Some tracks work well with +8 pitch adj. and some with 45rpm (and -8) – lots of fun :) (so some play 110 bpm etc.
PowderedHammer

PowderedHammer

December 22, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing A Day In A Life, CD, SKA011CD

I got a copy of this EP alongside my VHS Head and Lego Feet vinyl purchases, as well as a copy of Experiment Four by Mr.76ix. I assume it must've been added as compensation for the long delivery time. Either that, or SKAM messed up bad, which is a possibility seeing that I also got an empty and ragged vinyl sleeve for Vampire, by Shadow Huntaz.
awillhoite

awillhoite

June 30, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing A Day In A Life, 12", SKA 011.

Damn fine release by the Push Button Objects, and probably his best recording ever. This EP heavily influenced by Hip-Hop, ranges from something straight out of the Gescom/Autechre archives to Prefuse 73 style Glitch-Hop choppiness. Definitely another one of those SKAM classics everyone should own.
20pennies

20pennies

December 13, 2002
referencing A Day In A Life, 12", SKA 011.

the first really flat Skam release, and PBO for that matter.
dull, uninspired hip hop. its been all downhill from here, get it, got it, get rid of it