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Rage Valley - EP

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Album Review

Mixing dubstep, electro, old-school video game music, and futuristic bits of Giorgio Moroder, Australia's Knife Party offer up a short, tight blast of EBM excitement on Rage Valley, an EP that just crosses the 18-minute mark. That's the biggest caveat, as the EP should thrill those who enjoy Skrillex, Deadmau5, and the like, especially if they wish those dubsteppers would play it more "Euro," which Knife Party certainly do. All the layered sequencers and bright melodies point to Moroder, Italo-disco, and stadium techno, but underneath Knife Party bring that stuttering stomp and those woofer-blowing basslines. "Bonfire" goes all the way back to classic jungle and drum'n'bass rhythms for its underlying boom, while "Sleaze" is right up to the times with its congas and very 2012 borrowing of the moombahton beat. Throughout it all, there's the feeling that lasers and starships are both shooting out of the speakers, but it's all over quickly, so expect to be more teased than satiated.

Customer Reviews

Loving it!

@ whatever, skrillex is not the only Edm artist! You probably couldn't tell the difference between skrillex and zomboy

Never fail to amaze

I didn't think they could live up to their previous EP, I was wrong. I couldn't recomend this enough.

Knife Party-Rage Valley

Awesome EP


Formed: 2011 in Perth, Australia

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

Knife Party is a side project featuring the two founding members of Perth, Australia's long-running drum'n'bass act Pendulum. In late 2011, Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire debuted their aggressive electro-house/dubstep guise with 100% No Modern Talking, released digitally through the Earstorm label and provided as a free download on the duo's website. They also matched up with Swedish House Mafia for the Virgin-issued "Antidote," billed as Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party. Remixes of tracks by...
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