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Music / Re: Whats Everyone Currently Listening To?
« on: July 31, 2011, 05:39:36 pm »
party in the usa is a terrific song.


Music / Re: Whats Everyone Currently Listening To?
« on: February 08, 2011, 05:01:23 pm »
dj harvey mix's alllll day

awesome! i'm not being sarcastic either  8)

Music / Re: HEY WRONG
« on: February 08, 2011, 05:00:05 pm »
that hercules refix of get into the groove is at the very top of my wants list. FIYAAA!!!

Music / Re: Whats Everyone Currently Listening To?
« on: November 09, 2010, 12:43:41 am »
check out balam acab. best guy.

Music / Re: links / upload thread
« on: November 08, 2010, 04:37:27 pm »

Music / Re: links / upload thread
« on: November 08, 2010, 04:36:04 pm »
amazing amazing amazing...

The first Afro-Curacaoan song and dance is of as much importance to bubbling's creation as turntables and raggamuffin. DJs such as Moortje cite tambu as the backbone of the rhythm, though it differs from reggaeton's Dem Bow. The music can be both secular or religious, and went on to become a huge part of the island's culture after the abolition of Dutch slavery. Much like the fuss going on in the Netherlands in the 90s, its sound was influenced by other Caribbean music and there are actually other forms of tambu elsewhere in places where "Marooned" communities existed (or still exist). I have documents from Jamaica, Trinidad, and the other ABC Islands that prove this, but your are most likely to still hear tambu to this day at celebrations in Willemstad. I didn't immediately hear the connection between the two, but upon matching the tempos you can clearly tell how embedded it is. Unfortunately the recording industry isn't really pressed to document this stuff, and there isn't even much in the grant money pimpin' libraries of Smithsonian Folkways, Ocora ect. Luckily there are some nice record collectors out there that like to share their finds with us, one of which was nice enough to rip these amazing Cola y Su Grupo tracks. There is actually a fair amount of videos on Youtube as well.


Music / Re: the Polachi YouTube videos
« on: November 08, 2010, 04:26:05 pm »
something about ears and something else

Music / Re: Whats Everyone Currently Listening To?
« on: November 08, 2010, 04:24:03 pm »
hackman - more than ever e.p.
hans bouffmhyre - blood hound e.p.
kangding ray - pruitt igoe
frozen border - 1-5
bronski beat - the age of consent

Music / Re: links / upload thread
« on: September 30, 2010, 12:36:47 pm »
Mark E BIS radio mix - http://soundcloud.com/r_co/mark-e-beats-in-space-radio-24-08-2010
nice deep house/discoish mix

hes playin in the backroom of the circo loco do in newcastle next month, which is probs the biggest night of 2010 in the north east, bring it on!

thank you.

General / Re: Bubbling
« on: September 27, 2010, 03:56:05 pm »

Music / Re: Whats Everyone Currently Listening To?
« on: September 27, 2010, 03:47:25 pm »
personal and the pizzas - raw pie
northworks - s/t
tornado wallace - paddlin'
john coltrane - lush life
dry rot - subordinate

Music / Re: Stockton Fringe - did you go?
« on: August 09, 2010, 11:40:45 pm »
all i wanna know is did you find the keys!?!?!?!?!?!

Music / Re: links / upload thread
« on: July 27, 2010, 11:46:33 am »
melchior productions - the meaning (2004)

Long time friend and collaborator of Baby Ford, Thomas Melchior releases his debut long player on the high quality Playhouse label. With 11 tracks on the CD, Melchior has displayed his range of skills out in the open, from the super deep and quite dubby 'Zukunft In English' which has deep stabs and a padded analogue bassline, all backed by solid yet dry drums, in that Perlon style, to the very housey and quite light strings of 'Over The Rise' which conjures a 4am vibe out of the deep 4/4 groove. Also the tight and minimal disco-funk of 'The Party' with its clipped vocal samples and jacking bassline works a treat on the dancefloor, a top example of minimised funk. Also the wild plastic acid synths on 'Never Give Up' make a wicked old school house groove, with a looped vocal and dry drums its another facet of Melchior's skills. Also included in the CD package is a bonus CD with a retrospective of Melchior's earlier collaborations, like the Soul Capsule material which was written with Peter (Baby) Ford, the Soft Core, M-core and Dark Boys projects all deliver a few tracks and make this a very special bonus release, as some of these cuts are pretty hard to find now, top tackle.


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