weirdly enough RIP was the album to actually get me into Actress. can't decide whether or not i like Splazsh or Ghettoville more, 2 really different albums that are good in their own respects.
Mixes and a few tunes here, check it out.kidshuffle wrote:Dmx invented dubstep iirc
^Donkey Kong Country 2 Enchanted Wood Remix
reminds me of what Eno did with his soundbite albums
to seed sonic ideas
but leaving the sixth side unused seems a bit precious,
could've used it to record an impoverished producer imo.
cause either speed works well really
they could call it, THE NO TECH-NO FOR AN ANSWER TOUR.
special guests... the rolling kidney stones
XLR8R Mix is still Fire!!!
looking forward 2 vinyl for ghettoville, the packaging is just absolutely
gotta love the artsy touch, grim bass waits for no one,
I think ninja tune was a good move for him,
I'd like to see honest johns turn up the african-dub-techno vibes
the wire interview was a good look too, very "hedged" though.
I';; save the verdict on "ghettoville" for after a few bong tokes and a bottle of wine
everyone knows actress kills though, and R.I.P. will be looked back in 20 years as being the most significant influence in (actual) live hardware production... It makes a difference.
analog sound waves and tactile rhythmic patterns...
it just has a tone that all the other producers lack, that mystic vulnerable psychic production that falls into place magically, you can hear the experimentation, the brilliance in his work flow.
it's a subtle signature, but one that leaves a long lasting impression.
"bubble butt... bubble bubble bubble bubble butts and equations"
thekuku wrote:Nah never taking the piss. Not on DSF at least
Xoul EP already out of stock on bleep
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