Nothing's Too Weird - Black Dice
- Words: Andrew Smith
Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland, of the ever-evolving Brooklyn experimental group Black Dice, explain that they attack music and visuals in the same manner–nothing's too weird. In fact, sometimes it's not weird enough. From their early days in the Providence, RI noise scene, playing alongside Lightning Bolt, to their current incarnation as visual and sound collagists, Black Dice has always had a dominant, unifying aesthetic that shapes their output.
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