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Name:Gang Gang Dance Discogrphy

Total Size: 0.99 GB

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Retina Riddim (Size: 0.99 GB) (Files: 28)

 Retina Riddim

  Untitled Number 3.mp3

44.95 MB


389.83 MB

  Retina Riddim.jpg

341.67 KB


155.59 MB



257.39 KB

  03 The Earthquake That Frees Prisioners.mp3

20.38 MB

  02 Oxygen Demo Riddim.mp3

9.52 MB

  01 Nicoman.mp3

7.84 MB

 Hillulah [Live]


69.76 MB


127.17 MB

  Hillulah [Live].jpg

220.72 KB

  04 The Cooler 9_11_03.mp3

21.59 MB

  03 Passerby 1_06-07_04.mp3

9.32 MB

  02 N. Six 5_04_03.mp3

22.27 MB

  01 Stanton St._Knitting Factory 10_24_03.mp3

8.63 MB

 God's Money

  God's Money.jpg

273.96 KB

  09 God's Money IX.mp3

4.40 MB

  08 Nomad for Love (Cannibal).mp3

8.84 MB

  07 God's Money VII.mp3

6.00 MB

  06 Before My Voice Fails.mp3

9.79 MB

  05 God's Money V.mp3

6.66 MB

  04 Untitled (Piano).mp3

6.09 MB

  03 Egowar.mp3

16.22 MB

  02 Glory in Itself _ Egyptian.mp3

10.00 MB

  01 God's Money I (Percussion).mp3

3.61 MB

 Gang Gang Dance

  Gang Gang Dance.jpg

359.84 KB

  02 Side B.mp3

30.67 MB

  01 Side A.mp3

27.19 MB


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Label: Fusetron
Catalog#: FUSE 032
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 2004
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style: Abstract, Post Rock, Experimental

A1 Track 1
A2 Dancehall
A3 Rugs Of Prayer
A4 Spoken Word
A5 Bells
A6 Trance
B1 All Vocal
B2 Track 2 W/ Nate
B3 Percussion
B4 T.G. W/ Nate
B5 Acoustic


Catalog Number: TSR018CDR
Release Date: November 2004
Format: CDR

Reissue Catalog Number: TSR018
Reissue Release Date: August, 2005

1. Stanton Street/Knitting Factory 10/24/2003
2. North Sixth 05/01/2003
3. Passerby 01/06-01/07 2003
4. The Cooler 09/11/2003

1. The Cooler 09/11/2003
2. Knitting Factory 10/24/2003

“a nice accentuation on their current buzz as one of the hottest underground avant-noise acts.” Exclaim

“captures the heft and occasional chaos of the band’s live set: thick, textural noise passages suddenly dissolve to make way for harder, emptier beats that gradually get filled in, as the tumult returns.” – The NY Times

As a last minute tour with Animal Collective was being booked Tim Dewit of GGD went into Junkyard Audio Salvage armed with reels of two track tape and various digital video all of which were made over the course of 2003. The intention was to create a live disc of a few tracks for a tour only edition but the end result was something very different. After having spent four days working 18 hours a day and sleeping on the control room floor Tim emerged with Hillulah: 33 minutes of music, culled from hours of source material and carefully sculpted together it creates a listening experience that was not all that dissimilar from bearing witness to a GGD show. Chaotic, beautiful and somewhat out of control the end result is almost a feeling of utter hypnotic-induced exhaustion.

God\'s Money

Catalog Number: TSR019
Release Date: April 5th 2005
Format: CD, LP & DIGITAL

1. God’s Money I (Percussion)
2A. Glory In Itself
2B. Egyptian
3. Egowar
4. Untitled (Piano)
5. God’s Money V
6. Before My Voice Fails
7. God’s Money VII
8. Nomad For Love (Cannibal)
9. God’s Money IX

“thoroughly enveloping, with a mesmerizing, vertiginous charm.” NY Times

“God’s Money runs laps around all those noisy minions fucking with effects pedals at their feet.” Pitchfork

“God’s Money proves Gang Gang Dance’s bag of tricks remains bottomless.” The Wire

“a sublimely focused affair” The Fader

“God’s Money is the most amazing record we’ve heard in ages.” Plan B

We are proud to present Gang Gang Dance’s much anticipated second full length release entitled God’s Money. With God’s Money Gang Gang Dance creates a modern music which reorients the palette of electronic music into an organic context, manipulating sound, rhythm and melody in an almost mercurial manner. Painstakingly recorded over the course of a year at Junkyard Audio Salvage, the band utilized whatever means were available to them to craft their sound: drums of all shapes, sizes and circuits, various keyboards and synthesizers, midi-triggering guitar scenarios, vocals reconfigured via a guitar effect pedal and even the occasional aluminum chair. Blending their hypnotic rhythms into a highly structured compositional style or soaring in the lofty heights of practiced improvisation, this recording follows in the footsteps of the bands previous output, all while marking new ground.

In between writing and recording God’s Money GGD spent the last year playing to packed houses in NYC, Europe and on the road with Animal Collective. Exploding with an energy & confidence rarely seen these days and coupling it with such a heightened level of musicianship the band has turned even the most casual of spectators into full on believers. With magazines such as The Wire, The Village Voice, I.D. & XLR8R having already run features on the band, the press is falling into the ranks of the converted.

God’s Money is the height of GGD’s uncompromising sonic pursuit which has spanned the better part of the band’s five year history. Some of this can be gleamed from previous groups the members have been in, including Cranium, Actress, Ssaab Songs & Angel Blood. Though God’s Money may be interpreted as the band’s high-water mark of sorts it is much more the raising of the tide as they continually to push the boundaries of the palette of sound itself with no sign waning.


Catalog Number: TSR033
Release Date: May 22nd, 2007
Format: DVD+CD

1. Retina Riddim [33:33]
2. GGDbyOP [12:34]

1. Untitled Number 3 [24:04]

“thoroughly enveloping, with a mesmerizing, vertiginous charm.” NY Times

“God’s Money runs laps around all those noisy minions fucking with effects pedals at their feet.” –Pitchfork

“God’s Money proves Gang Gang Dance’s bag of tricks remains bottomless.” –The Wire

“a sublimely focused affair” –The Fader

“God’s Money is the most amazing record we’ve heard in ages.” Plan B

In advance of Gang Gang Dance’s upcoming studio full-length The Social Registry is proud to present the band’s first ever DVD release, Retina Riddim. This film was made by Gang Gang Dance member, and visual artist, Brian DeGraw. Retina Riddim is by no means a tour film, documentary, live video, or anything as remotely stringent. Though “art film” is a moniker that may be justly used to describe it, the term falls somewhat short of it’s mark. It is, however, Mr. Degraw’s first foray into film making and proves to be a more forward thinking release than many of their contemporaries might attempt. Informed by DeGraw’s work as a visual artist the film proves to be a perfect combination of sound and vision, and, as the title suggests, provides a rythum that plays on your eyes as much as your ears.

DeGraw began the process by compiling a soundtrack from the bands audio archives, going as far back as 2003 and using live recordings, practice tapes, field recordings and elements of previously released recordings; all of which was assembled together into one seamless half-hour piece of music. The video elements were then bought into play, with Brian exhuming hours of tape, drawing small pieces from the archives, creating wholly new visual vignettes, and drawing on documentary footage that captures the heights of the band’s live performances from the last year, as well as the more idylllic moments of their travels around the world.

Included on the DVD is a fan film, GGDbyOP, shot and edited on the road by Oliver Payne, a friend of the band’s. This is comprised mainly of footage shot of Gang Gang Dance, on-stage and off, during their tours of both the US and Australia in 2004. As an added bonus Retina Riddim also contains an audio CD cut together by Degraw sepcifically for this release. This was approached by him in much the same manner as the film, by assembling fragments of Gang Gang Dance music, mostly drawn from sound-checks and live shows, into one whole. Along with the CD and DVD is a fold-out poster designed by Mr. DeGraw.

Retina Riddim provides a perfect audio-visual package - film, CD and poster - that sums up the band’s multi-faceted approach to their art. It is both a document of Gang Gang Dance’s progress over the past few years, and a look forward to the direction they are moving in.


Catalog Number: TSR030
Release Date: September 11th, 2007
Format: CD / LP / DIGITAL


1. Nicoman
2. Oxygen-Riddim Demo
3. The Earthquake That Frees Prisoners

“There’s a band called Gang Gang Dance that really, really needs to be heard.” - NME

“It’s as if the group found a cassette shop in Queens selling dead-stock, early 80s African, Jamaican and Middle-Eastern music and fused it with Lizzie Bougatsos’ Kate Bush, Lizzy Mercier’s Descloux inflections, and some Raggaeton/Dancehall elements. Hopefully, it’s just a primer of what is to come.” - Soma

“Everything they do has an air of “wow, totally” to it.” - Vice

Gang Gang Dance spent the better part of 2006 writing, performing, and recording new material for the follow up to 2005’s acclaimed God’s Money. They spent time tracking at Staygold Studios in Brooklyn with Chris Coady (TV On The Radio, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blonde Redhead), in Louisville Kentucky with Paul Oldham (who recorded their self-titled record) and then mixing at The Social Registry’s Junkyard Audio Salvage with Matt Boynton. RAWWAR is the first glimpse of exactly what the band have been up to over this prolific year. Clocking in at just over twenty minutes and sprawled across three tracks, the release plays like a Gang Gang Dance sampler of sorts; a taster for what is to come.

RAWWAR opens with Nicoman: a live favorite from the last few years which has been refined in the studio. Bombastic and dance-oriented it blends the bands affection for musical styles, propelling the listener through the four minutes of audible tribal chaos, while at the same time demonstrating GGD’s talent for pop melody. Oxygen Demo Riddim finds the band improvising and building musical ideas into a dreamy hypnotic instrumental interlude. The final, almost cinematic, track is a studio composition entitled The Earthquake That Frees Prisoners which unfolds over ten minutes. This was painstakingly assembled in the studio and incorporates conversational dialog from their deceased band member Nathan Maddox interwoven into the bands compositional structure, providing a narrative to the music as it evolves from extemporized abstraction into a echoing anthem.

With this release GGD provide a blueprint for their musical trajectory as they skip from pop song to improvisation to abstract dense studio composition. The band are currently hard at work on their next studio full-length, but until then we give you the brief, but by no means trivial, RAWWAR.

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