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What's in the Box [Import]
  • Artist: The Emperor Machine
  • Label: DC Recordings
  • UPC: 5017687719168
  • Item #: PID877191
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 5/17/2013
  • Rank: 1000000000
12" Single 
Price: $7.99
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What's in the Box [Import] on 12" Single

The recent appearance of The Emperor Machine Live across the UK and Western Europe has created alarm and intense interest in this previously obscure and highly degenerate entity. What has previously existed as a mere audio recording is now a fully realized live experience that appears to be spreading virally across the continent - already reported in the UK, France and Belgium and predicted to reach Ireland, Spain, Italy, Germany and even Russia by the year-end. All attempts to contain the Live Emperor Machine have so far proved futile so here at the DC lab we felt it opportune to issue a cursory sample - "What's in the Box?" This track forms part of The Emperor Machine's Live show and so will allow listeners to prepare for an outbreak in their area. The second supplementary track "Box Dub" features variant strains of echo, delay and reverb that have currently been observed in live field tests. Third and fourth supplementary tracks on this disc are "Non-functioning Apeman" and "Functioning Apewoman", titles that allude to the phenomenon observed during live performances of simian characteristics amongst dance floor specimens. As is suggested by the titles of these tracks, it has been noted that the female displays a greater tolerance to The Emperor Machine at this time, maintaining basic functionality through pelvic movements, whilst the male exudes a tendency towards random vocal outbursts, uncontrolled drooling and, in extreme cases, a hitherto unseen form of disco-fied torpor. This single will coincide with high profile live appearances at Fabric on 19th September and precedes a new Emperor Machine album due in early 2009.