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Jungles Of Enceladus

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  • DUBPLATE NO.9 - 10" BLACK ACETATE - HAND CUT (Strictly Ltd and Direct from Saturn - Enceladus PO BOX 501)
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    The Diabolical Liberties have joined OntheCorner with the Jungles Of Enceladus. They're being guided into the Earth's orbit and will be making a final descent home imminently. The new found artistic purpose is to enable Earth dwellers to dance there selves human.

    This first Dubplate begins at the abstract end of the Solar System and will be followed by a series of emissions closer to home as their decapitated pop-culture LP featuring Post-Post Punk, Bog Swamp Funk, Jungle Bleep and Celestial Bass will be transmitted back to the decades from which they came.

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Fresh to On the Corner - The Diabolical Liberties make their label debut.

The mostly two-piece pairing of MC General Rubbish & His Highness Patchwork are The Diabolical Liberties. A musical duo comprised solely of each of the artists and the occasional other. There’s both vocal, electronic and analogue music omitting from the pair.

On the Corner is overjoyed to be working with the duo, as yet to be signed as they refuse to acknowledge the physical world, especially pens and only communicate via the cut and paste collage method most commonly found in the ‘Ransom Note’. In lieu of a real life hostage situation or melodic form worthy of blackmail The Diabolical Liberties are using voice, machines and instruments to painlessly decapitate post-modern pop culture, mince it through their minds and present it back to the offending decades with a pizazz of pastiche and tomfoolery. They have no preference in how they present their art (except interpretive dance) and emphasise that their rider of granola (a small horse's worth) and a bucket of tapped Norwegian Birch is strictly non-negotiable.

Their artistic purpose is to enable Earth dwellers to dance there selves human.

This first Dubplate begins at the abstract end of the Solar System and will be followed by a series of emissions closer to home as their decapitated pop-culture LP featuring Post-Post Post-Punk, Bog Swamp Funk, Jungle Bleep and Celestial Bass.

The story of the dubplate and The Diabolical Liberties (a conceptual WIP);

Young lifeforms of Enceladus, the lesser-greater of Saturn’s moons, didn’t stand a chance. Proto-humanoids from Earth, referred to after the fact as The Diabolical Liberties, were the first and last to mission there, with the best of celestial intentions. Their directive was to edify a culture on Saturn’s tumultuous moon of fire and ice, unfortunately that directive was in the wrong hands. Whilst fact finding and establishing a foundation for a gentrified colony of space way pilgrims, they scuppered the concepts of genetic evolution and cultural modification on the host rock that was about to pop - the most suited home for the benighted progeny of Earth. These pioneers that crossed the Astroid belt are closer to the Van Halen end of human progress than at the vanguard.

In the high velocity rotations and long nights of Enceladus, The Diabolical Liberties bred a species of cultural miscreants in the slimy quagmires and swampy pools that now brimmed with adolescent life forms. The wrong kind of jungle emerged, the type more massive than verdant, more Post Punk than post enlightenment, more acid than avant guard. The pair of star struck interlopers, The Diabolical Liberties, were a heinous heady stew of high intellect bogged down in the most debase desires, impulses and freedoms that rained unrestrained raising anarchic life from the primal funk of Enceladus.

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released September 13, 2019

The Diabolical Liberties - “Jungles of Enceladus”

‘Interplanetary Children’
Written and Produced by Alex Stevenson and Rob Gallagher

‘Egyptian Moon’
Written and Produced by Alex Stevenson and Rob Gallagher

‘Featuring Battagon'

Written and Produced by Alex Stevenson and Rob Gallagher
Additional wobbliness by Nathan Curran Tugg - Planet Battagon
Tabla by Sarathy Korwar
Drums by Richard Spaven (sampled from his Instagram by kind permission)
Mix Will LV
Mastering Frank Merritt and cut at The Carvery
A&R Pete OntheCorner
Digi Distro !K7

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Rob Gallagher aka Earl Zinger and Alex Patchwork

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