Hungry Chosts feat. Desordenador Stereofonic Streetscape Blowout The Sinking Ship They Move Like Somnambulists Como Fugitivos feat. La Perla Strategy of Tension Filastine's debut album Burn It made inroads among music fans from the hiphop, world, electronic, and experimental scenes. With his sophmore album, Dirty Bomb, Filastine's gritty transnational soundclash of urban rhythm returns.
Freely splicing dubstep with balkan brass or hiphop with bollywood, Dirty Bomb parties in the mud puddle of our increasingly polluted world. Kick drums beat out rapid patterns for dances yet to be invented. Slow Magic. Grey Filastine. Planimetrie Culturali Aps. El Hijo De La Cumbia has an ostentatious name that he more than lives up to, and Daleduro dishes out the damage relentlessly.
The wax understandably looks somewhat sold out, but it's still available digitally see below for people with fingers and ting. He's put together excellent comp series like 'Champion Sound' and 'Shaolin Soul', and he brings a whole heap of flavour and veteran vibes to the nine, all too brief, tracks on this release for Cosmo Vitelli's shockingly good I'm A Cliche label.
There's delicate electro, gentle doof and Kraftwerkian machine doodles as well as a whole heap more high grade malarkey. It's all a bit sketchy, as the truly exquisitely packaged, red vinyl 10" release comes with pretty much zero information bar 'featuring Malcolm Catto'. Who cares it's spooky, soundtracky, synth-laden psychosis of top-shelf calibre, and the kind of freak shit that could only come from California and Gaslamp Killer associates. Now very much a collectors item check Discogs for a gulp it was one of the years most expensive small purchases from Melbourne's top ranking Northside Records and worth every cent.
Two drum kits to bang out on your keyboard.. More please. Buy while you can The choice of remixers is almost spotless, and it's the sort of double 12" package that recalls the glory days of that divine vinyl indulgence. I'll be going into the Large Hadron Collider of a mix from Expanding Head Band in the tunes palaver coming up but, aside from Nathan Fake's somewhat meh remix, it's all quality.
Tuesday, December 23, Stinky Grooves This weeks wee morsel from the show is a cover of Jean Jacque Perrey and Gershon Kingsley's classic ballon-du-fromage 'Popcorn' by new school operatives dealing in old school vibes, Chicha Libre.
Originally chicha is sufferers music from deepest darkest Peru and surrounds that takes a little bit of surfy psychedelic twang, and whacks it on top of a shuffling cumbia beat to sizzling effect. There's going to be a full chicha post soon, but in the meantime check this, and give some serious thought to investing in 'Sonido Amazonico', it's a stunner NZ readers can find it at Marbecks. Buy from the label direct, we love that, go on Labels: Chicha Libre , Stinky Grooves.
Monday, December 22, Nouveau Duncaneering, you heard it here firstest. Here's a right proper StinkIncsclusive in the form of a brand new tune from James Duncan. It's taken from his forthcoming album which remains untitled, and sincerely worth drooling over in growing anticipation. As those in the know can tell, it's a right different bag to the eclectic electroidinal tendencies of his superb 'Mirror Minor' EP, and trust me a couple of plays of this far too brief, smudged out woozterpiece will have you hooked.
This track has been firmly frying my bacon, and cumulatively heading towards 1 on my current musical good look chart, especially since Angus laid his magical mastering palms on it last night but truth be told it's not even my favourite upcoming JD cut, thats's a thing called 'Cupboard's Bare' which according to me old iTunes is the most played song off the loptap Chez Stinky this year with SJD, TNAF, Quiet Village, The Knux and Busy Signal all in close pursuit and is simply, quite stupidly brilliant.
We're feeling all uncommonly giving for some peculiar reason or season, so we'll be leaving this hexclusive gemlet up here for a minute, certainly at least until the new Round Trip Mars site is flung off into metaphorical orbit on January 1st JDuncanspace Buy Mirror Minor, it's still bloody brill.
Gawd help us I shouldnt be encouraging this, but here's some more festering festive fare from these rhythmic reprobates Labels: Cassetteboy , James Duncan.
This was meant to be an attempt at a quickly assembled post with reduced verbosity, as such it's a fail.. Out of the gaggle of cheeky, and often cloyingly cute, Brit female MCs, Mz Bratt shines on this track with Griminal which is given a righteous rerub by Loudouth who him?
There's a ton of attitude and some promising signs on top of a storming cut from a young lady with a sassy mouth who's still doing 6th Form, fingers crossed it doesn't all go soggy Lady Sov-y and some vinyl of this gets pressed up. As she mentions from time to time on the track her album is called 'Time Of The Month' or will it be Munf?
The sonic lightning rod gained notoriety as a founding member of Infernal Noise Brigade, a piece marching band that fueled the anti-globalization protests at the WTO summit in Seattle.
Yet Dirty Bomb is nothing if not a product — and a celebration — of globalization. It could be as useful to a cultural anthropologist as it could to a club in Rio, overheard on a dusty street in Tunis and in Internet cafes in the banlieues outside Paris.
Filastine follows Rupture down the desolate path from the political protest to the dance floor by way of the Sahel. String instruments mix with programmed synthesizers and often raging drums. As for the voices, they all result from a human encounter first made by the travels and recorded on the spot. The young gypsy La Perla closes the album, on a superb take of voice realized in a cellar squatted of Granada.
Tags bomb dance dirty Lyon. Vibrant Pixel. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 10, go to album. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 8, go to album. On Bandcamp Radio.Apr 03, · Hungry Ghosts (feat. Wire Mc & Ecd) Artist Filastine; Album Dirty Bomb; Licensed to YouTube by Believe Music (on behalf of Jarring Effects); Audiam (Publishing) Show more Show less.