The “Funk Mix” turned up the same year on Alec’s Japanese-only release New World Order EP.
Shards of Pol Pottery’s industrial electro-hop filled the space between Atari Teenage Riot’s final release, the “Rage” EP of 2000 and Alec’s solo album “Intelligence and Sacrifice” (Nov ‘01 in Japan, delayed to April ‘02 elsewhere due to 9/11). “Rage” signalled a departure from their extremely rough and fast sound to progress on Alec/ATR’s earlier hard techno style (and also featured a strong hip-hop influence: see the ATR page for more info); I&S continued this evolution into bleaker, more industrial realms. Shards of Pol Pottery itself draws upon the techno/industrial beatwork of Alec’s Generation Star Wars/ Mille Plateux era and some of the sounds explored in 1999’s Miss Black America.
Of further note, Alec also in 1999 remixed Trapped In Three Dimensions, a track featuring El-P by Ice, the industrial hip-hop side-project of Techno Animal. A collaboration between Techno Animal and Alec Empire produced the album The Curse Of The Golden Vampire.
Edited by outrenoir on 25 Jan 2011, 17:03
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