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This is just odd but i can't help but like it, from the grandfather of the Parisian Electro scene, Mr Ozio; who ignited the scene with flat beat and consistantly turns out one querky track after another. "Post op pre op i just can't work it out"
Breaking my own rules..Major label sponsored Remixes seem to be default mp3 blog fodder by the looks of the Xeroxed blogs on the hype machine
, much as remixes used to be the way of selling rather weak re-packaged CDR singles for 99p a few years ago.
Anyway, I'm not sure this remix is major label sponsored and its certainly not weak, Trevor Jackson
takes this potential electro-pop-radio monster back in time to somewhere between hip-house and old-rave (1990 to be precise), a Waltzer
RIP Kurt Vonnegut
. Here's proof that we're living in the future where nuclear bombs really do sound like synthesisers.
Like a lost Yazoo
record or maybe a Knife
B side. Vintage lost flexi pop from the 80's discovered with an amazing amount of other stuff from the unofficial historian curators who put together the "the anaesthetic's wearing off
" CDR compilations (this is from the 10th(!) compilation)..
More Sleaze. In response to Gavin's upload, some ghetto tech with a slightly more feminist (!) slant, a smooth yin bass loop to dj deeons yang pelvic bass thrust.
This is from one of the f**k Action mixtapes put out by S&C Central Processing Plant Swisha House: tweeky dubbed-out R&B deliciousness! Of course, having some of that vintage Timbaland funk in the source material helps, and Ginuwine's no slouch when it comes to voicing the pangs of adolescent desire. I think I like S&C R&B better than the newer screwed up rap tracks.
Hot Odessa and Rainy St.Petersburg. Two producers. One Dj. And old good mash up technique.Latin drums, strong bassline and voice like a Capitan Spaulding, hero of a "House of 1000 corpses". Enjoy.
Lots of reverb. An asymmetrical dubstep sort of rhythm. Loud and dark.
Concrete Music. A Wiley remix from 2005, Coming on like a sonic assualt; Car alarm vamps, machine guns and pnumatic bunker-bass.
Here is an interesting take on the hip hop classic The Message originally by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five reworked here by Datashat in a vocoded Italo stylee, I like it even if it's a bit of a cheep shot.
Been away for two weeks, got the clap..
A fix of pure POP that I suspect has pushed me into a period of dependency that will inevitably end in an OD and a rehab backlash. Still, right now my eyes are rolling in my skull.. mmmnnnnugh....
Sassy! Fresh Electro-hop from Chicago's Kid Sister.
someone asked for it, but I don't remember who
I think this song is one of those you either lover or hate. I love it.
This is kind of a tricky one to put up here. They are a local band from Vancouver, Canada. They are all girls, and pretty cool. My fav song is "Back Hosue" but I couldn't find that one, so I'm sharing this one.And the girls call their music "Ghettotech". Hope you guys like it.
As we soon leave the sinking ship of 2007, here's to hoping Gabba is not, and that it still has a lot of great music to bring us in 2008. Also, I am sure that it will always be a whole lot 'cooler than thou' :)
This is from the wonderful Fun While It Lasted part 2 compilation, where you will find many other twee indie pop gems.
I love this. Its like the old style house toons where they had songs. Larry Heard produced and wrote it. Mr. Chad White on vox. Its alot more gentle than my last post! With slightly sad synth lines,but its the vocal that makes it for me, very understated.
WAP 4 (a) . Following a similar groove to the Neil Landstrumm Kids Wake Up
track posted a while back, more full spectrum re-imagining of the Bleep sound