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  1. Tebei Reply

    Check out Black Dice on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Album Only Cone Toaster. on DFA Records Compilation #1. Cone Toaster on DFA Records Compilation #1. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart.

  2. Tet Reply

    Black Dice / Wolf Eyes LP / CD. Cone Toaster 12″ Beaches and Canyons LP/CD. Lost Valley 12″ Lost Valley CD EP. Ball / Peace in the Valley 7″ Cold Hands 12″ / CD.

  3. Dogor Reply

    Black Dice is an American experimental rock group currently based in Brooklyn, New York History The album would later be ranked by Pitchfork Media as number 97 of The Top Albums of "Cone Toaster" (DFA, ) "Roll Up" / "Drool" (Paw-Tracks, ).

  4. Yozil Reply

    Black Dice discography and songs: Music profile for Black Dice, formed Genres: Electronic, Neo-Psychedelia, Noise Rock. Albums include Beaches and Canyons, Creature Comforts, and Broken Ear Record.

  5. Kezil Reply

    It ends with a thunderous pulse that continues to grow even as the stylus slips into the out-groove. Both groups are fully in character here, making it a good place to start with Wolf Eyes, and the logical next step after hearing Black Dice's Cone Toaster 12''.

  6. Kazir Reply

    Black Dice albums Load Blown consists of tracks previously released on limited edition twelve inch vinyl over an 18 month period. The Manoman EP was originally issued in the summer of , the Roll Up/Drool EP was released in early and the Load Blown EP is being released at the same time as this compilation CD.

  7. Meztihn Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Cone Toaster on Discogs. Label: DFA - • Format: CD Single, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Abstract, Experimental, Disco. Black Dice: Cone Toaster /5(3).

  8. Grokora Reply

    Hailed as sonic groundbreakers or derided as alienating and pretentious, Brooklyn's Black Dice push the limits of hardcore and noise rock. Taking their cues from Melt Banana, Merzbow, and Harry Pussy, Black Dice fixate on a few notes per "song" and focus on producing a sound that's as abrasive and distorted as possible.

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