Gorgeous contemporary long-form poetry from Sir E.U + Tooth Choir’s latest collaboration album, Bop 3. Listening to the tape earlier this morning, I was paralyzed by this 21-minute closing track. Tooth Choir‘s production and looping sensibility boast orchestral harmonics setting the perfect emotional landscape for Sir E.U‘s freestyle expressions of pure gratitude and vulnerability. FreeformContinue reading “Sir E.U + Tooth Choir – I Can’t Stop Thinkin Bout My Baby [Future Times]”
I found this MAD Disco flexi-disc sitting in the jacket of my copy of Lipps, Inc – Mouth To Mouth (the “Funkytown” record). MAD Magazine distributed these flexi-disc promo records periodically in their special editions through the 1970s, with this MAD Disco flexi being one of their last – a tongue-in-cheek statement in 1980 proclaimingContinue reading “Steve Leeds – Sorry, No Words [MAD Disco]”
Warp speed, rollercoaster hardcore from the foundation of drum n bass. Foul Play consisted of a trio of Northhampton producers, John Morrow and Steve Bradshaw, originally releasing Open Your Mind in 1993 on the Moving Shadow label. There’s a unique sense of experimentation and convergence of multiple production concepts making this track stand out; it showcasesContinue reading “Foul Play – Open Your Mind [Speed Limit: 140 BPM+]”
NY techno-jungle break fusion poetry in motion. The latest Untitled self-release album from Wyatt Stevens’ MoMA Ready project explores an impressive range of modern techno energy and spiritual depth. Let It Go sits in the middle of the album, exploding out the gate with a bumpy bassline and hard knock drum breaks before guiding intoContinue reading “MoMA Ready – Let It Go [HAUS of ALTR]”
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