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Album Review

For a collective that does as much remix work as it does, the Greenskeepers sound an awful lot like a rock & roll band. And not just a rock & roll band, but a '80s rock & roll band — on their latest album, the lead track sounds an awful lot like a Devo outtake, while "Bedtime" channels Talking Heads to an almost creepy extent, and "15 Minutes" sounds almost like the Cure with Ian Curtis on guest vocals. And yes, that's all a compliment. Electronica is nice and everything, but when a band shows itself to be equally adept at crafting deep electro grooves and writing worthwhile songs, that's pretty impressive. Other highlights on the program include the synth-poppy "A Week Ago" and the charmingly silly "Love Lobotomy," which sounds something like a collaboration between Blondie and Kraftwerk, if you can imagine that. The package comes with a bonus disc: a continuous DJ mix by the Greenskeepers' "electro-percussionist" James Curd featuring deep house remixes of Greenskeepers tracks by a variety of producers and DJs, along with selected cuts by colleagues like One Fingered Pocket, Tracey Cooper and East Coast Boogiemen. Recommended.

Biography

Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

With an adolescent Ween-like absurdist sense of humor that sometimes borders on creepy, Greenskeepers top bass-heavy beats with inside jokes, succeeding in taking a satirical home-recording project from the bedroom to the dancefloor before they were old enough to legally drink at a club. James Curd and Nick Maurer took the name Greenskeepers from the fact that they both paid the bills by working as golf course caddies. In their spare time they kept themselves occupied skateboarding the streets of...
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