favorite track of the boring bends. following this record, radiohead never released another n’badden. rippin’ solo here is the highlight. listening to full records > listening to individual tracks.
oh man… this rips. like metz and born against somehow wound up railing ketamine at marilyn manson’s mansion in an alternate reality 1996.
“Groovy” – Duke “Duke” Nukam
Dr. Sbaitso helped elementary school kids learn how a SoundBlaster card pronounced bad words before embarking on his pop music career with the lead vocal performance on Benny Benassi’s “Satisfaction.”
If you’ve been following my thoughts or have been me for the past decade or so, you’ll know how fascinated I am by Soviet consumer goods — how the utopian communist ideal had to somehow address the fact that people like stuff. Anyways, at about 10:20 in this video and absolutely awesome sequenced (arpeggiated?) riff kicks off that is unlike anything I’ve heard out of the West of the late 70s/early 80s. I don’t know any of the details about these ridiculous machines but the tone character is ultra unique.
YouTube is a treasure trove of sampleable 1980s advertisement soundtracks, composed on the same gear as the revered music of the era, complete with built-in VHS compression and tape waver.
could listen to this on repeat. abstract hybrid of house, soul, breaks — dare i call it prog house? no, i shan’t, but regardless this is beautiful. thank you kenny dixon junior.
specifically the title track, which starts at 24:07. so smooth, so jammin’.
bouncy airy sterile synthpop to prop up your early 2014.