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Hermaphrodite

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Hermaphrodite
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La Booly Boo
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Oreo
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Green Burrito
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Wash Up
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Spacehead
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Tree Aliens
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Scum Pipe
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Dinca
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Mouth Hole
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 42:52

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Andy Beta has written about music and comedy for the Wall Street Journal, the disco revival for the Village Voice, animatronic bands for SPIN, Thai pop for the

08.13.07
Eric Copeland, Hermaphrodite
2008 | Label: Paw Tracks

Eric Copeland has a variety of outlets for his muse: a trio with Black Dice, a duo with Animal Collective's Avey Tare (Terrestrial Tones), as well as his own solo project. But it speaks volumes of his ear, headspace and funny bone that, while doing something not wholly dissimilar with his other bands, he manages to come up with something distinctly in his own voice on this debut. World music friendly, Copeland takes the rattles… read more »

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"I don't actually know how to do Skype," says Eric Copeland, warily, by phone from New York. That's not a huge surprise: Copeland's no Luddite, but his solo releases are resolutely lo-fi affairs, soupy with tape hiss and slurred frequencies. They count as "electronic music" insofar as they employ samples and loops and the telltale buzz of arcane hardware gizmos, but they don't sound much like electronic music as it's conventionally rendered; they sound like… more »