a weapon we can use

Friday, March 9th, 2012

‘The Comeback’ /// Traxman (2010)

Still no joined-up feeling on Chicago Juke / Footwork, but I love the way Traxman makes this sample shimmer.

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‘What You Know’ /// T.I. (2006)

The most consistent of the best rappers of the Noughties?

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‘Our Lips Are Sealed’ /// Fun Boy Three (1983)

Sometimes wonder if this band mark one of the great paths not taken of British pop…

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‘Francis Bacon’ /// Lime Headed Dog (2008)

Underrated Monday: Depressing / telling how this restlessly inventive band have gone unfeted by indie press.

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‘The City Never Sleeps’ /// The Crystal Ark (2010)

The award for Most Sinister Dancing goes to Gavin Russom, in this video. PS: Music builds like sex pagan MMO. (PS: Russom retweeted this.)

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‘Striptease De Madame X’ /// Chance (198X)

More Nao Wave – but this a minimal and reflective duet w/ lo-tempo drum machine and unravelling piano lines.

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