Melvins & Isis-Split
(Link removed-so now you'll never know what this sounds like since the record is sold out )
Lustmord/Justin K. Broadrick-Transmuted EP
Tame Impala-Solitude is Bliss EP
Tortoise-Why Waste Time? EP
Zola Jesus/Burial Hex-Split EP
while other composers in the 70s were doing minimalist downtown stuff or clinging to the corpse of serialism, Schnittke was busy mashing together entire genres to create face-stabbingly violent modern compositions. the concerto grosso no. 1 filters baroque music thru his warped lens and out come tone clusters and... tango. i recommend starting from the top, but if you want just a taste, check out the 5th mov't first and see if it grabs you.
and the 2nd included piece is tits, too.
full disclosure: i am a Schnittke fanboy
This is the 2nd edition of the Dark As Night comp, limited to 160 copies. Eight tracks, four witches: oOoOO, S U R V I V E, SLEEP ∞ OVER, and TERMINAL TWILIGHT.
swallowed whole. Completely cavernous and blank. Electronic pulses melt into
puddles of nothingness. If music is meant to be a joyous noise, then this is our
#1 on the short list of hip-hop concept albums, this Prince Paul gem tells the fictional story of Tariq (played by Breeze from the Juggaknots), an up and coming emcee who turns to hustling to finance his demo for the Wu. the beats are top notch Prince Paul shit, and the songs feature all-star guests like Big Sha, Kool Keith, Kane, Markie, De La, Sadat X, Xzibit, Chris Rock, etc. if you like hip-hop, there's no way you won't like this disc.
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the date (2008) is missing from the tags, sorry about that. other than that the tags are fine.
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I 100% agree that there aren't enough dirty wobbles on this blog, but dubstep is such a terribly over saturated genre, it's harder than you think to pick out the good from the bad. Also, most GOOD dub comes on a 7" vinyl or split with another artist, and I'm not one to post singles on here (well...).
I've decided to start showcasing dubstep artists by posting a link to a compilation of 15-20 of their best tracks, unless it's still cool to hate wobwob.
A versatile producer and gifted DJ, Reso is a rising star, gaining worldwide notoriety for his technoid inspired productions which often transcends the dubstep tag that many have easily slotted him into. From the chugging metal guitars of Metal Slug, via the pulsating techno echoes of Identity, and into the bowels of the haunting, filtered sub bass workout of Holograms, Reso’s aural identity is a densely layered, high octane tapestry, rich with musical texture and colour, which really sets him apart from the minimal sparseness of many of his fellow producers.
Heavy Arms EP
Pokemon Red/Blue Sound Files anyone?
CYHSY are a funny group. They have a lot of pop aesthetics, but they primarily play indie rock, with a noticable shoegaze factor and apparent lo-fi production. The vocals are...well, off key, tuneless, cracky, yelpy, and fit perfectly.
This is it. There is nothing more.
mediafire (discs 1+2)
mediafire (discs 3+4)
I agree. Download here.
It's as if you took the ambient chord structures from artists like Stars of the Lid, mixed it with some melodic structure similar to that created by the French duo, Air, and then built that over the top of the glitchy IDM that is found on Telefon Tell Aviv's first release.
(It's hotfile and not mediafire, I know, but it's all well worth it... trust me on this one.)
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acting like you're 12 will get you kicked out. let this be a lesson yall.
get out the way this is some real broken up shit it's like they took this record and smashed it into little pieces then glued it back together, then the flipside is just Ras G being a baller as usual sticking the whole record back together with nothing but thick blunt smoke
ps: how do i embed streaming songs?
soundtrack to the criminally underrated 2009 Francis Ford Coppola film Tetro by hot shit Argentinian composer du jour, Osvaldo Golijov. aside from a couple of dense, neo-Romantic (yet still amazing) orchestral suites towards the end, the music is extremely approachable, elegant, tinged with folk elements, and staggeringly beautiful. the recurring themes make initial listens seem like a half-remembered dream, or an acid flashback. track 10 (El Glaciar) may be the most load-blowing 2:19 of music i've heard in the past year.
bring a change of shorts