David Letterman - Future Islands: “Seasons (Waiting On You)”
Squarepusher - Tetra-Sync
'Thievery' is taken from the forthcoming Arca album 'Xen' available Nov 3rd (4th in US) on Mute
#NewMusic #deephouse Vakula - B2 (Bandura 001)
.@BokhariRecords mix 10 by @clarke_sawkill
A good friend and label mate clarkesawkill has put a seamless mix together of 10 of his favourite Bokhari tracks for your listening pleasure
Life Recorder - Toms of Times (Bokhari 008)
Siafu - Slunk Dub (Mark E Remix)(Bokhari 001)
Dorylus - Spring Delta (Bokhari 006)
Gnork - Solar Striker (Vakula Remix)(Bokhari 005)
Semerka - Kandinsky (Bokhari 008)
Siafu - Lowaska (Bokhari 001)
Semerka - Triptych (Dorylus Dub) (Bokhari 010)
Disrupted Project - 1.2 (Bokhari 002)
Scientific Dreamz of U - Spatial Phase Inversion (Bokhari 009)
Siafu - Shrunken Head (Bokhari 001)
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Clarke didn’t put any of his tracks on this mix so please check out Bokhari 007 or the Bokhari 10 remix project to hear him in action!
I’m pleased to announce THE LIQUID AMBER EP. This single/EP serves as the opening salvo in what I hope is a long string of music, by myself and others, on my new imprint: LIQUID AMBER. There’s two new songs, “Ghost Town” and “Mob,” and a nifty remix of “Six Days” by Machinedrum.
“Ghost Town” is an ambitious ride through many of the micro-genres within the Future Bass umbrella that have inspired me recently, while “Mob” is an intentionally stripped-down, Cali-certified head-nodder. Both songs were written, programmed, and mixed by myself, and they represent the forward steps I feel I’ve taken as an engineer. The “Six Days” remix was something I asked Machinedrum to knock out as a tour weapon, and he crushed it (naturally), so I felt it deserved a proper release.
I’m excited about this music and the new imprint, and I really appreciate everyone’s time and consideration.
Download “Ghost Town” now on https://soundcloud.com/edm at: http://bit.ly/DJS-GhostTown
Instead of the Tiger mix by @SynthiaMusic
Rodion - Piano Song
Forever by Pelifics (@hmgwy Remix) http://soundcloud.com/pelifics
REPPER DE KLEP 1980
In 1980 a Dutch cover version of the JOE BATAAN track “Rap o clap o” was released on RCA records by DANNY BOY. The track was called “Repper de klep”.
This was recorded early 1980 when the two top spots of the Dutch Top 40 hitlist were occupied by rap records: SUGARHILL GANG’s “Rapper’s Delight” and JOE BATAAN’s “Rap o clap o”. Someone must have had the idea to jump the bandwagon and do the same in the Dutch language. The result was a track “rapped” by a 13-year-old school kid, talking about his frustrations on the matter of everyday homework from school.
It wasn’t much of a success: the record only charted #38 in the Dutch Top 40 hitlist at the end of March 1980 and remained there for two weeks, although it faired better than KURTIS BLOW’s classic “The Breaks” which didn’t even get in the so called “tipparade”. It was clear that rap music was considered a gimmick at that time and was not taken seriously. To be honest: this attempt did not help the acceptance of rap at all, nevertheless EXTINCE paid hommage to the record in 2007 by sampling the record for a track also called “Repper de klep”.