7 August 1998
Radical Dance operated briefly as a kind of pre-projeKct between Fripp, Mastelotto and David Singlelton in April 1998. One previous result from their sessions together was released as Sabre Dance on the DGM sampler, Sometimes God Smiles. With hypnotic beats rebounding from right to left, abrupt surges of savage dayglo guitar, melody lines wryly conjuring Herbie Mann-style lounge cool, and robo-bass marching in step, Radical Dance in some ways presages some of the ProjeKct Two but is really its own thing entirely. Mastelotto would explore this territory to a much greater degree with Bill Munyon as BPM&M with XtraKcts & ArtifaKcts released in 2003 on Tony Levin's Papa Bear label.