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Blaqk Audio

Material

Blaqknoise 1.2

Released on April 15, 2016


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Material is the 2016 album from Davey Havok and Jade Puget’s electronic alter ego, Blaqk Audio. Produced and recorded by Puget, Material is Blaqk Audio’s third release following 2012’s Bright Black Heaven and 2007’s Cexcells. Though best known for their work with multi-platinum rock band AFI, Havok and Puget’s shared love of electronic music runs deep. Havok, who counts Devo’s Freedom of Choice and Duran Duran’s self-titled debut among the first albums he owned, saw his tastes evolve over the years from the synth pop of Erasure and Pet Shop Boys to Depeche Mode and ultimately to the heavier, darker Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Front 242 and Lords of Acid. Later, Havok immersed himself in the “futurepop” genre, which combined dark dance-y electronica with melodic vocals. From roughly 1999 to 2003, his contemporary musical diet consisted almost exclusively of artists falling under the industrial/EDM/futurepop/bigbeat/trance umbrella.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Waiting to Be Told  0%
2 First to Love  0%
3 Ceremonial (Burst Into Stars)  0%
4 Anointed  0%
5 To Be Alone  0%
6 Black at the Center  0%
7 Curious Friends  0%
8 Graphic Violence  0%
9 I'm a Mess  0%
10 Material  0%
11 You Will Hate Me  0%
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Kenny from Florence, KY 
Jun 24 2017 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This had to grow on me. I didn't like it at first because I was comparing it to the older material. I was drawn to Anointed because of the guitar and then Black at the Center because it was dark and depressing. Then I went through my Depeche Mode and Cold Cave phase again and realized this was a pretty solid, slightly dark wave with pop elements, but definitely lyrics by Davey. The awareness of being the First to Love was great. To Be Alone became my anthem for that summer. I even found Material to be a nice reminder of those pretty things we all have as we get older. I think that's what is happening to the band members. They are finally able to look back on their life and see their musical evolution, not just with Blaqk Audio, but with themselves. You can't compare this to their AFI stuff because it is a different venture and I think they are doing a great job of making music that keeps surprising.





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