Lazer Sword - Lazer Sword (2010)

"The New York/San Francisco based duo Lazer Sword, comprised of Low Limit and Lando Kal, uses loads of be-knobbed equipment to mine the more salacious ends of ground-scrubbing dance music, and this track is a deeply awesome amalgam of UK funky syncopation and lady-samples, Dam-Funk-invoking voiceboxing, derriere-motivating bass squelch and a spooky slow build. They’re on that Left Coast ingredient-sampling tip, giving genre the screwface while making music that sounds super beyond and cosmic. Also, yes, they are video game nerds. They sample Nintendo!?"

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9 Responses so far.

  1. really? you love music and this is what you choose to do ?

    as the artist and copyright holder of this material I request you remove this link immediately.

    thank you for your timely action


  2. puxel says:

    Heh, you're welcome for the publicity.

  3. ill! says:

    is a name change in order? we fucking love outdated corporate paradigms?

  4. Twitch?! says:

    Bummer. It would have been nice to discover some new music today.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hmm, I was going to listen to these for the first time, purchase the album if it was my thing, then maybe see them live / buy some merchandise.

    Now I'm just going to forgot this ever existed instead.

    Enjoy your profits, music lover.

  6. edit says:

    wait, can just anybody say they're the copyright holder and you'll take it down? if i were to say "i'm the copyright holder and you should totally host the album again" is that all it would take to get it back up?

  7. edit says:

    ya know, i checked out their website ( and these guys give away a metric shit ton of music. they have lots of mixtapes and singles free for download, and now they're trying to make some money. i totally encourage anyone who got pissed they stood up for their copyright because they wanted to hear more free lazer sword to go to their website and get some of their free, awesome shit.

  8. Anonymous says:

    early bird gets the worm... then forgets to eat it until now

    This is actually really cool, I could totally see myself buying it. It's like if Justice ate a Famicon and used more vocal samples, and also has a unique twist to it all. Justice-like anything is an A+ in my book.

    Although, yeah, how DO you know a copyrighter is the real deal?

  9. Rob says:

    This is really good.

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