Take a gander at that second track, namely the first like 7 seconds (that was not a reference to the band 7 Seconds). Tell me that isn’t already a hiphop beat… if it ain’t then it oughta be (y’hear’m’). I haven’t listened to more than .9 seconds of that first track but those of these came to me about 3 minutes ago via my friend Johnathan, so given I trust his opinion and taste, Crennd.
My buddy Eric B. … no, that’s too obvious… we’ll call him Mr. Bettencourt, just showed me his buddy’s blog. Take a look at that (I haven’t). What I have seen is homeboy tying synthesizers with Marxism, and that alone warrants a read. I read so little these days that I barely even read what I’m writigg0rgjjasa og0r gr0033–gkkab9953 , h0
Haven’t even listened to this, I saw the VHS French lady parading around on somebody else’s screen and I had to encrumpen it.
EDIT: Google freaked out because the song title of the AFX song had a badguy software name on it. Hopefully de-crumpening it will chronomagulate my Data-Rons.
Speaking of the Roland TB-303 (which we weren’t), check out this interesting Smiths’y “post-punk” Scottish jam from 1983. The bassline is on the 303. The band is/was called Orange Juice and look at how utterly flabberghasted the old biddies on the streets of Glasgow are when they see these unconventional youth wearing outlandish garb.
No idea how to embed Soundcloud jimmy jammies but this stuff is outstanding. ultrasmooth indie R&B chill stuff, sweet childlike voice, dope beats, pretty rhymes/delivery, lovely.