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Eric Copeland
Eric Copeland performing with Black Dice at All Tomorrow's Parties in 2004
Eric Copeland performing with Black Dice at All Tomorrow's Parties in 2004
Background information
Born1978 (age 42–43)
Brunswick, Maine, United States
GenresAvant-pop[1]
LabelsUnderwater Peoples, Paw Tracks, Catsup Plate
Associated actsBlack Dice, Terrestrial Tones, Ratking, Spiked Punch

Eric Copeland (born 1978 in Brunswick, Maine, United States)[2] is an American experimental musician based in New York City. He is a core member of Black Dice and forms half of the duo Terrestrial Tones with  Animal Collective's Avey Tare. Copeland uses a variety of instruments and effects but largely focuses his work on vocal sounds, primitive sampling and looping techniques, and delay manipulation.

Copeland released his first solo effort, Hermaphrodite, in 2007 on the Paw Tracks label.[3] His next LP, Alien in a Garbage Dump, released in August 2009, is composed of songs from his EPs Alien in a Garbage Dump and Al Anon.[4] In 2009, Copeland self-released the CD-R Rgag EP.

He was chosen by Animal Collective to perform at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival that they curated in May 2011.[5]

In 2012, he teamed up with Underwater Peoples Records to release his album, Limbo.[6] His latest album, Dumb It Down, was released in September 2020 on Post Present Media.[7]

Discography

  • Hermaphrodite (2007, Paw Tracks / PPM Records)
  • Alien in a Garbage Dump EP (2008, Paw Tracks)
  • Al Anon (Catsup Plate)[8]
  • Rgag CDR EP (2009, self-released)
  • Alien in a Garbage Dump (2009, Paw Tracks)
  • Alladin 7" (Fusetron)
  • Doo Doo Run 7" (2010, PPM Records)
  • Strange Days (2010, PPM Records)
  • Puerto Rican 7" (PPM Records)
  • Waco Taco Combo (2011, Escho)
  • Whorehouse Blues 7" (2011, PPM Records)
  • B.Y.O.B 7" collaboration with DJ Dog Dick (2012, EAC)
  • Get Along 7" (2012, PPM Records)
  • Bi 7" collaboration with Jimi Hey (2012, Mexican Summer)
  • Limbo (2012, Underwater Peoples)
  • Flushing Meats 7" (2012, Calico Corp)
  • Masterbater 12" (2013, DFA)
  • Joke in the Hole (2013, DFA)
  • Ms Pretzel (2014, DFA)
  • Logo My Ego (2014, L.I.E.S.)
  • Jesus Freak (2015, L.I.E.S.)
  • Black Bubblegum (2016, DFA)
  • Brooklyn Banks (2016, Palmetto Arts)
  • Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect (2016, L.I.E.S.)
  • Goofballs (2017, DFA)
  • Trogg Modal, Vol. 1 (2018, DFA)
  • Trogg Modal Vol. 2 (2019, DFA)[9]
  • Dumb It Down (2020, PPM Records)[7]

References

  1. ^ "Eric Copeland: avant-pop pioneer", Guardian Music Blog, November 18, 2008, accessed March 22, 2011.
  2. ^ "Eric Copeland Glyph Figure Art Print". Store.dfarecords.com. Retrieved 19 October 2020.
  3. ^ "Eric Copeland Hermaphrodite". Paw Tracks. Archived from the original on 2009-09-19. Retrieved 2009-09-19.
  4. ^ Cummings, Raymond (2009-06-10). "Q&A: Eric Copeland of Black Dice". Baltimore City Paper. Archived from the original on 2009-10-14. Retrieved 2009-08-21.
  5. ^ "ATP curated by Animal Collective". All Tomorrow's Parties. Retrieved 19 October 2020.
  6. ^ "PRE-ORDER: Eric Copeland – Limbo LP". Underwater Peoples. Retrieved 2012-06-27.
  7. ^ a b "Dumb It Down - Eric Copeland | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 19 October 2020.
  8. ^ "2009 Late Summer News". Paw Tracks. Archived from the original on 2009-09-19. Retrieved 2009-09-19.
  9. ^ Blais-Billie, Braudie (February 1, 2019). "Eric Copeland Announces New Album Trogg Modal Vol. 2, Shares New Song: Listen". Pitchfork. Retrieved February 6, 2019.

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