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by Nauseous Youth Future

A singing canary being thrown into a helicopter engine, yet still being able to sing within the grinding noise of the chopper.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Why Seperate Knob Why
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2:53 $0.99
3. Dental Care
2:29 $0.99
4. Constant Anti
5:13 $0.99
5. HHH
4:45 $0.99
6. I LID
5:39 $0.99
7. Hi Country
5:44 $0.99
8. Trx gelignite
3:45 $0.99
9. Simon Pocket
6:22 $0.99
10. SS79
6:01 $0.99
11. Finally Cookies
2:44 $0.99
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soundbytes in perfect harmony!
A beautiful album, full of lush melodies that, at times seem sporadic and untamed, but eventually fall gracefully to ground level like a linen scarf. This is all the more prevalent in the sign-off to this album, Finally Cookies. I remember hearing the break down to that song one night on the college radio station where I live and telling myself, "This is what I have been looking for." I would recommend a large dosage of this album.

The Raleigh Hatchet

IDM is alive and well.
Pigeonholing— everybody hates it, but nobody can avoid it one hundred percent of the time. It would be a disservice to readers to avoid terms like Electronica, IDM or Glitch when describing this CD. Even though Dosage is full of delicious grooves, driving beats and sweetly musical if not melodic moments, I can’t pretend that guitar-headed neo-rockers are going to put one of these songs on their iPod playlist between The Mars Volta and Valiant Thor. Some folks just won’t ever be comfortable within the sterile digital soundsphere.
At the same time it’s entirely unfair to Brian Flanders, a.k.a. Nauseous Youth Future, and to his potential fans to plop his debut release into categories that forward thinking electronicats might consider passé. The new trend seems to be more organic Electro and Dance-Punk. Dosage, although unmistakably “computer music”, projects its humanness through composition. It’s obvious that Flanders is feeling the funk, that he’s making music with his computer, not making his computer make music for him. It may not be rock, but it certainly does rock, so if DFA and Ladytron are starting to feel a little too cool for school, and you’re thinking of digging out your Squarepusher CDs, Give Dosage a listen. You can come back, baby, IDM never forgets.

Mike Senger (Charlotte, NC)

? What corner of the earth did ya'll emerge from?
Totally righteous - Checking out the whole slew of discography atm - Had no idea we had such a following in Asheville for such art.

Kudos. Keep it coming.