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In Stegosaurus Rex's first album release "The Dino Soars," the audience embarks on a journey across four different flavors of music, correlated with the four humors of the artistic temperament. Stegosaurus Rex has the amazing ability of changing between different genres of music with apparent ease, showering the listener with different iterations of popular music across time and cultures. From post-rock to electro, from electro to downtempo, and finally from downtempo to hip-hop, this album is loaded with thoughtful dynamics. Producer of electro, hip-hop, and indie rock, Stegosaurus Rex constantly creates a mixture of different musical ideas, free from the restraints of rigid genres. His influences include a wide variety of artists spanning from soul groups of the 1960s to the newest of new wave indie acts. Allowing himself to flow with the ever-changing landscape of popular music, Stegosaurus Rex mixes the sounds of the happy, sad, rhythmic, and melodic to redefine and reinforce the creative nature of experimental, yet poppy sounds.
"span"On The Dino Soars, Stegosaurus Rex presents an interesting collection of homemade electronica. Unlike most bedroom computer-made albums, The Dino Soars jumps across styles, touching on hip-hop and house beats, downbeat trip-hop, electro-pop, and even a bit of experimental, droney electronica. Where the album really shines is with the more beat-oriented tracks. Opening song East Bay Kickback starts the album off strong with a great sample and a solid drum beat, making it the kind of song you would hear in your head while drinking a beer outside on a warm Oakland evening. Another standout track is Six Sixteen. A great sample and solid hip-hop beat drive this track as it steadily moves through the opening string loop to a chopped-up vocal chorus and back again to the string loop as it is filtered out. The album also features some great uptempo tracks. On tracks like Polar and Fleeting Disco Do, Stegosaurus creates great disco-style house. Catchy samples that he cuts and rearranges as the song progresses, solid bass lines, and some good 'ol techno beats make these tracks dancefloor-worthy. Where this album doesn't work as well is in the less beat-oriented and vocal tracks. These tracks especially lack in production value. The sounds are thin and dull compared to the earlier mentioned songs and have a hard time fitting in with the rest of the album sonically. A little more cohesiveness throughout the album and a step up in production level could put Stegosaurus Rex on the same level as a lot of the stuff on Ninja Tune Records. --Glenn Jackson, NASCENT MagazineThe double-album-length debut by the Bay Area's Stegosaurus Rex is a sprawling wander through the last quarter-century of electronic pop music. Singer-songwriter-keyboardist Max Chen doesn't pledge allegiance to any particular subgenre, so these 18 songs skip merrily between Caribou-style indie pop , mellow downtempo instrumentals (the soulful, slinky East Bay Kickback, hyper dancefloor fillers Polar, hip-hop Sleep All Day, experimental atmospheric soundscapes Blindness, standard-issue electro-pop Frozen Promises and any other idea that comes to mind. In lesser hands, this would come off as merely unfocused, and it's certainly true that many Aamp;R representatives would have demanded this lengthy CD be broken up into several different EPs, perhaps under different project names for ease of niche marketing. But even aside from the bravery of refusing to limit himself to one particular musical persona, Chen reveals himself to be a talented producer and a fairly solid songwriter with a particular knack for cool, mellow grooves and low-key, jazz-tinged melodies. The Dino Soars is perhaps best heard in bits and pieces (or on shuffle play), but it's a fun listen that promises better still to come --Stewart Mason, All Music Guide (AMG)Forget what you think you know about electronic music and enjoy something different and refreshing yet freakishly familiar. The Dino Soars offers laid back hip hop beats alongside some sugary dance tracks inspired by the hot days of disco where music wasn't held back by genres or being typecast as electronic indie and therefore limited to a esoteric musical audience. For Stegosaurus Rex, every listener is equal and he offers audible appetizers in this, his first of many albums to come. Instead of releasing 4 individual EP albums, this mega CD compiles and mixes them all into something almost random at times, with wild mood swings and gentle downtime. Listen closely to his single on the album, track #13 Nowhere To Run and you may notice similarities to Ladytron s Seventeen , but scarier still is its connection to Crystal Castles and their track Crimewave . While the self-titled Crystal Castles album was released one month earlier than The Dino Soars, the single Nowhere to Run had been out 2 years earlier as a single. Whether or not they took any influence from the track is inconsequential in the end because the two bands are obviously contemporaries with roots following back to Ladytron, Miss Kitten, and likely Kraftwerk. When asked of the similarities between the tracks however, Steg Rex comments, I didn t know who Crystal Castles was 2 years ago when they friended me on Myspace, after I had released the Nowhere To Run Single. So it is possible that Stegosaurus Rex inspires bands like Crystal Castles. Either way, each band shoots off into different directions as Rex moves into the French inspired disco house realm with amazing cuts like Fleeting Disco Do and Polar . One of my personal favorites is Mike Myers , inspired by Michael Myers Halloween series, its IDM leanings have me respecting Steg Rex s wide array of musical taste. Check out the video for Nowhere to Run on Youtube. --Johnny Darko - NoEyed Bird
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