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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Riding chrome stallions up Gotham's skyscrapers

Posted By on Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 10:23 AM

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Local bedroom electro whiz Ettiem scored a high-profile (at least in web-geek noise and techno circles) shout-out earlier this week on the mp3 blog 20 Jazz Funk Greats, who had this to say about his cover of the Screamers' "Eva Braun":

A.T.M. removes the layers of noise vomit covering the original & theorizes on the progression of its guitar riff following a streetgrind epic framework which comes across like A.R.E. Weapons if they decided to ride the walls of Gotham's skyscrapers on their chrome stallions instead of descending upon the sewers to hunt albino alligators with gurkha knives.

Look for him and his Beeping Slag crew at a dancefloor near you.

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