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Published on September 11th, 2013 | by Scott Wickberg

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Meanest Man Contest – Everything Worth Mentioning // Limited to 250 White Vinyl LP


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Some really nice downtempo, indie electro here from Meanest Man Contest. The description has many different references but to me it definitely reminds me of bands like Her Space Holiday, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Why? or 13 & God.

This comes from Gold Robot so you know it’s quality. Take a listen.

The Details

Format: 12" Colored Vinyl (White)
Run: 250
Release Date: October 29, 2013

One person will be chosen at random from the first 100 pre-orders to receive an original test pressing as an added bonus.

Everything Worth Mentioning — the second album from Oakland/San Francisco hip-hop duo Meanest Man Contest — comes almost exactly a decade after the group's debut. Following Merit, MMC's 2003 LP release on Plug Research, Noah Blumberg and Eric Steuer ditched the album format, instead dropping dozens of singles, EPs, videos, and remixes through indie labels around the world. The best of those songs (plus a handful of new ones) make up Everything Worth Mentioning, a record influenced by '70s singer-songwriters, '80s pop, '90s indie rock, and hip-hop from across the timeline.

Started as a bedroom recording project in a ramshackle apartment in Santa Barbara, Meanest Man Contest drew influence from its record-digging road trips to thrift stores, garage sales, and dank, creepy basements all over California. MMC's early tracks were typified by dusty drum samples and chopped-up guitars covered in a layer of ambient sound. Over time, the duo's music evolved into a unique blend of hip-hop balladry, synth-pop, and electronic atmospherics.

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About the Author

I live in Denver, Colorado and am the lead Informant of SlyVinyl. I collect vinyl because I love giving back to the artists and getting a physical piece of music history in return is a beautiful bonus. I mainly listen to wax while relaxing after working a long day at Wick Creative, where I spend much time currently. As a side note, It should be known that I will never understand why someone would pre-order mp3s from iTunes... just sayin.





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