South Africa’s Alan Abrahams in my opinion makes the most authentic and unique tribal house, he takes you into the thickest brush on the back of a black panther and just drops you off to fend for yourself while being pretty much assaulted by pure body music, I really couldn’t ask for more of an intense musical experience.
Found these edits on this label called Galaxy at Turntable Lab, some great limited 12’s, recorded a few to MP3, enjoying this Arthur Russell one, i’ll post the Towa Tei one soon.
Saw Prince Language DJ a few weeks ago in Brooklyn with Tom Croose and he dropped an edit of this Lindsey Buckingham track as the last cut of the night, classic jam!
Alright here is some dubstep rowdiness, its on some other tip that my mind doesn’t understand but my ears love, maybe save it for the weekend? or just turn up your speakers as loud as possible. Woooooo the low end and that slow of a tempo just gets me everytime, just think submarine battles and helicopters indoors.
Bodycode – Meaning and Memory[audio:meaning.mp3]
Arthur Russell – In The Light (Edit)[audio:inthe.mp3]
Lindsey Buckingham – Trouble[audio:trouble.mp3]
Benga – Buzzin’[audio:buzzin.mp3]
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KS says:July 2, 2009 at 6:41 pm
“Trouble” is an awesome song.
Alex / HeadUp says:July 3, 2009 at 11:29 am
Jakub let’s try to convince Scott to make a dubstep track hahaha could you imagine some Tycho dubstep?
Thomas says:July 21, 2009 at 12:12 pm
COuld you send me that bodycode album or at least the song meaning and memory. It’s pretty great.
Jakub says:July 21, 2009 at 12:59 pm
You can buy it up all you want here: