Wednesday, 12 March 2008
And here we are
All over another post. I seem to remember mentioning something about a Kills remix and a Snoop Dogg remix as well, so let's get straight into it.
The Kills mix is by guys called Nite Cells, who i don't know very well at all, but it seems they have the know how to make some of the hardest hitting synth noises i've heard since Waters Of Nazareth first took my face off peeling out of some club's PA.
The Kills - Cheap and Cheerful (Nite Cells Bored Robot Mix)
Secondly, half the people i saw in Notts last weekend probably know this quite well by now, but it still kicks the bottom end out from most tracks, and i'm sure there's a few out there who don't know it. Welcome to Wideboys' territory. Here the name is grime and the bass is heavy, low and rolling. Probably the greatest thing that has anything to do with snoop i've ever heard, though i did enjoy his turn as Huggy Bear in Starsky and Hutch.
Snoop Dogg - Sensual Seduction (Wideboys bassline mix)
I also have a filthy Dukes track for you, which probably should have put up in the last post but, hey, it's here now. A thumping slab of electro from the men behind Kill 'em All which has a nice vocal line ove rit, which i think may be by Sam form Late Of The Pier. However, i can't remember the name of that track, sounds quite like him though, so let's just say it is.
Yeah, it is with Earl Samuel Dust of LOTP fame. I checked.
The Filthy Dukes - This Rhythm feat. Samuel Dust
This is The Brunettes first ever show in the UK so it's a big event and any of you available at the time should probably take the time to toddle over to West London and check them out as they're one of the best new bands coming out of the Southern Hemisphere at the moment. How could you turn up an opportunity like that? It'd be like missing out on seeing Kap10Kurt next time they come over. Silly.
They've recently been signed to Sub Pop records, which means CSS to most of you, and and Wolf Eyes to the more adventurous amongst you. Mixing sublime indie with hook laden pop melodies, this is something not to be missed.
More soon, as i love you.