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Short-lived sextet The Hard Corps is the latest group to fail to escape Darryl Zero’s meticulous crate-digging in The Perfect Chord.
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After a one-week absence, The Perfect Chord returns with a look at one of Black rock legends Fishbone’s more unheralded albums.
To make up for last week’s absence of TPC, Darryl reviews one 24-7 Spyz album that was released twice.
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The melding of styles was as widespread as it was seamless and, perhaps, inevitable; as a genre, punk was always as defiantly resistant to clear definition as it was to authority, with bands like Fishbone, The Clash, Fugazi, Bow Wow Wow, and the aforementioned Bad Brains merging rock with dub, calypso, funk, jazz, and any imaginable musical form. Still, the starkness of The Vidablue’s approach—the instrumental arrangements so delicate and tender, with vocals so scrapingly abrasive—suggested a sort of identity crisis, an inability to move too far in one direction.
Bill Laswell employed funkateers Bootsy Collins and Bernie Worrell as sidemen to avant-metal guitarist Buckethead in a myriad of projects