Each track on Robot Speaker's Plastic-TV Channel No. 5 is a unique collection of random sounds from electronic transmissions (television, radio, words, music, static), masterfully organized into complex and interacting sets of rhythms that are arranged unpredictably.
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
balloon spray machine
fork song day light
mask man scratcher
tcm 57 voice
guitar radio beat
lob nob kab
my room melody
three hands game
a twilight episode
Words cannot begin to describe how much we love the music of Takuma Ebisawa's Robot Speaker, but we'll try. The most original music we've heard in years, effortlessly combining a sampledelic, cut-up collage aesthetic with ingeniously evolving, multi-layered, complex rhythmic patterns.
Somewhat similar in structure (or lack of...) to Zorn's Cobra-era stuff, Robot Speaker takes widely different sounds, tosses them in a chopper, and mixes them to chunky proportion. Best served with warm fried tortillas.