Following their self-released album ‘Proper Music’ in 2019 and radio plays by the likes of Erol Alkan, Gilles Peterson and Ana Matronic, MADMADMAD releases ‘More More More’, an album recorded in their experimental warehouse lab, infused by the band’s alien live party set, oozing dance bass lines, spiky guitars and fizzing drums.
Shaped by the mutant sounds of 70’s no-wave, post-punk and disco, but with an originality that comes from a clear sense of synergy that the band draws from current times, MADMADMAD is rocketing their influences into a new dimension. Their unique Disco Noir seeks deliverance from the chaotic and strange times we are now living through, fomenting a deep societal change and, hopefully, a brighter future.
Benjamin Bouton - Guitar, synths, Percussion, FX
Kevin Toublant - Electric Bass, Moog, FX
Matt Kelly - Drums, Percussion
Recorded by Sam Ayres
Mixed and Mastered by Emre Ramazanoglu
Produced by MADMADMAD
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You know when you hear the first track of an album and think, well the rest of it can't live up to this? That was my first thought on hearing Under The Night Sky, surely one of the most startling openers ever. Happily, I was wrong though, since every tune here surprises and satisfies, leaving me with a different favourite every time I play it. Truly a landmark recording. Mike Kidd
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As far as I am concerned, this is the closest sound I have heard that compares to King Crimson’s Red. Fantastic music that is spontaneous, and obviously these guys know each other musically to create a piece of music/album without concept let alone rehearsal. I love their vibe. Please make more of your back catalogue available.
George. George Prince.
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Ah now, this kicks off with a mean opener that holds no punches. Short, hard-hitting and definitely Ill Considered.
Of course, the fun doesn't stop there. Gunning is great. Ward, magical.
The fluidity of the music is absorbing, feeling a much stronger album than #5.
Special mention here goes to Single Leaf. Yum. Peter Jones