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Album Review

One half of Trancenden, Tal Klein still releases work under the moniker. Peace Love Beats is a danceable collage of jazzed-up breakbeats. Klein can hold his own when compared to house and drum'n'bass DJs, and the album is at its best on tracks that evoke funky, old-school, '70s cop show jams like the oh-so-smooth "The Fastbreaks of Champions" — a great joint by any standard. But Peace Love Beats is less consistently awesome then, say, Ben Wa's Disciples of Retro-Tech and really can't be compared to more experimental electronic artists like Aphex Twin, or mind-blowing cut-ups like DJ Shadow, DJ Qbert, and DJ Spooky. A fun party record, but not one that will get you thinking or feeling as much as the aforementioned artists.


Formed: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Trancenden, one of the leaders in the distribution explosion, originally released comedy skits and experimental music over the Internet. The project evolved into an outlet for Tal M. Klein's jazzy breakbeats, collaged house, and drum'n'bass tunes. Trancenden's roots are in the Evil F/X Crew, a collective that published irreverent comedy sketches online. The band officially began in 1996, though, at Long Island University when Israeli American experimental musician Tal M. Klein met DJ...
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