Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Stinky Grooves 07.04.09 & Hyperdub hotness

Cumbia Bichera ft Pablo Lescano - El Remolon (ZZK)
Vareal Riddim - Chancha Via Circuito (ZZK)
La Misma Moneda (Chancha Via Circuito) - Princesa (Soot)
Zorzal (Instr) - Chancha Via Circuito (ZZK)
Husling - Busy Signal (Birchill)
Tek Back Yard - Beenie Man (Birchill)
Selassie Love We - Vybz Kartel (Birchill)
Nah Believe You - Movado (Daseca)
Now Him Believe Mi - Baby Tash
Jamaican John Gotti - Busy Signal
Dirty Money - Assailant (Dawghouse)
Stimulus Plan - Dead Prez (Green Lantern Prodns)
Sgt Peppers - Wafeek
Perfectionist - Asher Roth ft Beanie Sigel & Rock City (UMG)
She Came Along - Sharam ft Kid Cudi
That's Me - Stoupe ft Joel Ortiz
Aqui Princesa (Macelo Fabian Rmx) - Princesa (Soot)
Bolivia - El Remolon (ZZK)
Pa Pa Pare - Zurita (Cabeza!)
Ala Los Manos - El Remolon (ZZK)
Shy - Depth Charge (DC Recordings)
Major Blitzkreig - Higamos Hogamos (DC Recordings)
Psychedelic Circus - The Time & Space Machine (5D)
Driving This Road Until Death Sets You Free - Zombie Zombie (Versatile)
Rothaus (Groove Edit) - Lindstrom & Prins Thomas (Eskimo)
Kunst Or Ars - Meanderthals (Smalltown Supersound)
Black Sun - Kode 9 (Hyperdub)
Ghost Town (DJ G Bootleg Rmx) - The Specials
Jah Rain (RSD Rmx) - Landlord & Evergreen (Ranking)
Digidesign - Joker (Hyperdub)
Private Places (Shackleton & Mordant Music Version) -Vindicatrix
Voices From The Night - Late (Disfigured Dubz)
Mecha Squirrel Pt 1/Pt 2 - Depth Charge (DC Recordings)
Major Blitzkreig (Depth Charge Rmx) - Higamos Hogamos (DC Recordings)
Tirsdagsjam (Lang Version) - Lindstrom & Prins Thomas (Eskimo)

So so many mighty and magnificent tunes tonight (and none so-so either), a man is spoilt for choice. I'm feeling, there might have to be a couple of Easteroid posts on the way - to try and unleash some more of the gritty goodness and cumbionics from this week's olfactory experience.
In the meantime I have to present (for the sum of one week), a tune that just seems to further slay with every single play. 'Black Sun' is yet another unfathomably deep transmission from Kode 9, and a worthy addition to the potent Hyperdub catalogue. To be honest, I'm hard pushed to think of a label with a comparable strike rate, especially given the musical span of their output which has really stretched over the  last couple of years. 'Black Sun' with it's discordant pads, technoid tension, frankly foolish helpings of sub-bass and trademark Kode 9 beat ballistics - is anything but a hodge podge, it's deathly direct. Like so many truly, top shelf,  tonal treasures it not only defies categorisation, but takes categorisation out the back for a serious word. This is a majestic tune that deserves volume and clarity, and only a weedy 128kbps empeetree, so the message is bloindingly clear, play, peruse and purchase popkids.... Buy A Copy!!!!
(here) for digital or emusic has it (here)
(here) for fizical waxy type object
(Kode9space) there's a fierce Lee Perry, Samia & Farah track on the player btw
(pictorial review here) don't agree with this at all, but love Earl Boykins style, whatever the music/opinion.

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