DJ Frane - Journey to the Planet of the Birds [2008]

Hey y'all, it's been a while.
Working hard as fuck on this thesis. Almost done. Phew.

Anyways, dantelope's most recent post inspired me to get this classic up here.
DJ Frane's a mysterious stoned (mysteriously stoned?) figure who makes some of the best beats this side of DJ Shadow. Rich with detail and sample heavy, this album has a narrative arc to it that'll keep it spinning on your record player (figurtively, since you we don't have mediafire links for 3D printer designs of vinyl--can someone do that, please?) until the end.

If you love this (and I imagine y'all'll love this), check out his other two albums, which are each at least as good.

And then, keep your collective fingers crossed for a fourth.
[not my link, holla back if there's problems]

Also, someone wanna point me towards some choice writing music? I've been on a minimal-tech/90s drum 'n' bass/50s exotica lounge kick lately (not all at once, unfortunitely), and need something new. Lay your opinionated wisdom on me, dear listeners.

11 Responses so far.

  1. Zarko says:

    Be careful of the thought seeds you plant in the garden of your mind ;)

    Might enjoy Urban Tribe - The Collapse of Modern Culture
    Starring luminaries such as Carl Craig, Anthony Shakir, Moodymann.

  2. Lana says:

    Funny you should mention writing music, I'm in exam crunch time too and was juuuuust thinking of posting Drum n' Bass Assassins compilation with a writeup on how great it is for focusing.

    Checked it out before?

  3. Will says:

    I haven't, but will.
    wflm dnb week?

  4. Steve Reich (Drumming, Music for 18 Musicians), Balanescu Quartet's album "Possessed". Minimalist string music with a good amount of drive always does the trick.

  5. koven66 says:

    some seriously funk.

  6. Lume says:

    Farben's album Textstar is really good, but try to find the album Starbox which compiles his EPs from that era. it's real groovy "microhouse", and i can honestly say probably the best in that genre, being so focused in that soundworld.

  7. quiroga? kava kon? oleg kostrow?

  8. steve reich's good for writing. snd (and/or mark fell). blir.

  9. First of all, thank you Zarko. That's some incredible stuff. Much appreciated.

    For writing music, what about some lowercase stuffs?

    Jakob Ullmann - A Catalogue of Sounds 1995-1997

    Depending on how you write best. Some might find it a little too distracting. Others not distracting enough..

  10. DARN1T says:

    Thanks for showing me this dude. This album is super entertaining. Love it.

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