incnic wrote: daddy why u dead and lying in a puddle
son i make techno dadydy on drugs
hubb wrote:its what ive been saying for a while
foxes are the mulattos of the cat/dog world
Have not been into hes music for a long time, but absolutely gutted.
couldnt listen 2 the whole thing cos of streaming problems but from what i heard it was very fitting. gr8 job by boiler room and DJs involved, really
TopManLurka wrote:FTR, requirements for being a 'head':
-you have to be youngsta
-you must have been in that infamous room of ten people.
-a DMZ release is preferable but not necessary.
-please note that being youngsta is mandatory.
http://polish-juke.bandcamp.com/album/a ... anceled-ep
COMOC (previously known as CO) is a producer who initiated the publishing series called Polish Juke. ‘Footwitch’ EP was an intriguing embodiment of COMOC’s unconstrained creativity that seemed to pose no boundaries to musical forms, being a good reason for “deconstruction”.
Almost six months after the debut appearance in Polish Juke, COMOC comes back with a new dose of music, which is very difficult to categorise. ‘Action Canceled’ EP is a completely different story where COMOC stretches out a futuristic vision in which footwork is only a pretext for subsequent mutations and transformations. Raw, unprocessed hip-hop and techno are the predominant motifs and they add that extra sound to the piece – trancelike, lazy only to be taken aback by speeding up counterpoints. Footwork has never sounded so experimental (and yet so coherent). It becomes an ephemeral metaphor, a remote association or deformed (though somewhat familiar) recollection. ‘Footwitch’ EP could be linked to Lil JABBA’s releases, however ‘Action Canceled’, owing to its stylistic multidimensionality and techno references, reminds us of works of another production chameleon – Untold.
Since COMOC’s first attempts (as Sergio Oo Aaaa) to decompose the footwork stylistics, every release takes us in unknown directions. For the listener, observing the process is like discovering a new musical universe, which attracts and intrigues leaving us in constant feeling of uncertainty and tension.
om_unit wrote: wtf is juke?
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