boy man machine+ is the new release by Drose, an experimental rock band from Columbus Ohio, featuring the songwriting and voice of Dustin Rose.
It’s the first in our Anatomical Reissues series, which reissues albums with highly conceptual design, presentation and packaging.
The music explores the torments of sentience through the sound of machines across four uncompromising sides of vinyl, featuring slashing lines from guitarist Gregory Packet and bizarre drum patterns from John Mengerink.
The album also showcases CNC mills and lathes, robotic welding, pneumatics and other mechanical sonic sources to represent the voice of the machine. The results are harsh, bewildering and strangely beautiful.
It was written and recorded during the design and construction of a race car at the Center for Automotive Research in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
— boy man machine+ combines Drose’s 2016 album of the same name with their debut 7” a voice, and an assemblage of unreleased tracks — all freshly remastered by veteran engineer Carl Saff.
Notes —— Please read carefully before placing your order.
— 2LP + Digital
— CD + Digital
— Lossless M4A
— MP3 (320kbps)
boy man machine+ is offered in three forms:
— 2LP with all sides running at 33rpm, inside a superb gatefold cover with high-gloss lamination finish, and a 12-page codex guide. The entire package is housed in a unique heat-sealed aluminum foil bag.
— CD with artwork and info printed directly on the transparent super jewel case.
— MP3 (320kbps) and lossless M4A digital files for download.
2LP — CD — M4A — MP3
CS002 — CS002CD
2LP — 3700604721307
CD — 3700604721536
October 18, 2019
Side A — 19:40:46
mechanism is lord
Side B — 19:24:52
a clay mind
heat and patience
Side C — 18:14:42
Side D — 15:15:71
Compact Disc Image
— Sides A and B contain the 2016 album boy man machine, remastered in 2019 by Carl Saff.
— Side C contains unreleased songs recorded in December 2018 and mastered by Carl Saff in 2019.
— Side D contains Drose’s debut 7”, a voice, originally released in 2012 and remastered by Carl Saff in 2019.
— Side A
— Side B
— Side C
— Side D