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Turn the Dark Off

Howie B

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Reseña de álbum

Working with U2 on their 1997 Pop album gave Howie B. a better sense of what will keep listeners awake, and the improvement is obvious on his second solo album. Turn the Dark Off fits in with the crop of late-'90s big beat maestros, like the Chemical Brothers, the Prodigy, Bentley Rhythm Ace, and David Holmes; though it doesn't quite outdistance the pack (blame the lack of energy on some leftover atmospherics from Music for Babies), the album still contains enough of Howie B.'s studio tweaks to make it worthwhile, especially on the unfortunately titled "Buttmeat" and the single "Angels Go Bald Too."

Biografía

Nacido(a): 02 de marzo de 1966 en Glasgow, Scotland

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Howie B was a popular London-based DJ and nascent studio hand prior to his move into full-time recording and production in the early '90s. Born in Glasgow, Howard Bernstein's association with Bristol club faves like Soul II Soul and Massive Attack helped fuel his fusion of soul, hip-hop, house, jazz, and funk, which he first hazarded on early collaborative projects like Dobie and Nomad Soul. He launched his own label, Pussyfoot, in 1994, already having released tracks under his own name and Olde...
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