Badly thought out way to get the bad thoughts out.
Monday, 30 June 2008
Music What You Should Like Because I Does
Top quality minimalish dubbish techno here. This sort of tune makes me want to graduate from standing in a dark corner at a dubstep night scowling to dancing shirtless on a podium on the Mediterranean coast with the Ministry of Sound logo tattooed into my forehead.
Yeah, I know.
This is the latest Blackdown und Dusk show off Rinse FM, haven't listened to it myself actually (give me five minutes) but there's plenty of Joker tunes on there so it must be gravy.
Blackdown on Rinse June 08
Nu Birth "Anytime (Groove Chronicles remix)" (Locked On) Brandy "Never Say Never (El-B remix)" (white) Bird "Game (MJ Cole remix)" (white) The Ends "R U Really From the Ends" (white) Roll Deep Entourage "Bounce" (Roll Deep Recordings)
Joker "Dead End" (unreleased) Jerzey "Allstar Fade" (unreleased) Zomby "Rumours and Revolutions" (unreleased) Starkey "Gutter Music" (unreleased) Sway and Lady $tush "F- Ur X" (from The Dotted Line mixtape) Geeneus ft Wiley, Riko and Breeze "Knife & Gun" (unreleased) Brags "Know About Me" (unreleased)
Joker "Gully Brook Park pt 2" (unreleased) Y.Dot "I'm Not One of Them" (unreleased) Ghetto and Rudekid "Sing For Me" (unreleased) Dips "Noodles" (unreleased) Don Goliath ft N. Dot E "To the Top" (unreleased) Zomby "Diamonds & Pearls" (unreleased) 2000F & JKamata "You Don't Know What Love Is" (unreleased) Guido "Time" (unreleased)
2nd II None "Waterfalls (Peveralist remix)" (unreleased) D1 "Oingy Boingy" (unreleased) Skream "1 For the Heads Who Remember" (unreleased) Grievous Angel "What We Had (garage mix)" (unreleased) Blackdown "Lata VIP" (unreleased Keysound Recordings) Dusk "Focus" (Keysound Recordings) Blackdown ft Durrty Goodz "Concrete Streets" (unreleased Keysound Recordings) Martyn "Broken (Blackdown remix)" (unreleased) Joker "Holly Brook Park (Forsaken remix) (unreleased) Zomby "Duality" (unreleased)
Yes I know, we all think Jazz is for Ken Clark and Pete Rock to take 5 seconds of the best bits from, but try and banish images of shirtless hunks reaming repressed house wives late night on Channel 5 for a second (I used to videotape those films) and this is great. On their instruments, Miles Davis looks a bit like a frog with constipation and Coltrane looks like he's working out long division in his head.