Jack The Tab

January 20th, 2005 | music, researchmaterial

Good piece of writing here on the ’88 faked acid house compilation JACK THE TAB:

The album has a DIY amauterish feel to it that seemed to reflect the initial idea that Acid House would become the new punk; meaning that previous structural/ musical limitations would be taken apart or ignored, leaving a clean slate for new forms to slime over. Even the fact that it was Psychic TV pretending to be various other bands – ‘Alligator Shear, Pearl Necklace (ho-hum), Wolves of the Sun, King Tubby etc’ – reflected an unconscious intent to establish the illusion of an ever growing pulsating worldwide network of synapse-spunked musicians, scrabbling for acid tabs amongst the Ballardian wreckage of abandoned geetar-band studios, broken Roland drum pads and swapped oscillator coils.


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