Questions about producers & true heads


#21

aw that’s terrible


#22

I’m hoping that Mala’s new crew, Djuki Mala
(formerly known as The Chooky Dancers)
will be in Sydney with their mentor tonight.


hang in til 1.35


#23

been reading the latest Mix Mag reviewing 2015
noting their expected hyping of Jack U & Alison Wonderland
and Basenji’s bid for the big time with a revolting image
(not the mouth crammed with lollies but the unself-conscious branding of acoutrements)

but, not having heard them play out,
I’m curious as to whether
Rodhad, Helena Hauff, Bicep or Claptone would be worth checking out at a festival.


#24

ok, which of you pommie lot will admit to cheering at 0.49 to 0.58?

should be ashamed of yourselves dissin’ tha stateside steppas

:grouphug:
:wink_og:


#25

shiresters


#26

is that dyslexic for shitstirrers?


#27

p sure this whole vid was discussed in another thread.


#28

I wonder where those proto-dungeon producers went
that Forensics used to collect tunes from & put up as the something valley mixes
apart from Asusu, J:Kenzo, Truth & Be-1ne they seem to have disppeared
or maybe changed names.
Some I recall:
Cogent, Basic A, Ward 9, Trashbat, Mosaix,
Aeon, Ghosthack, Substep Infrabass, DCutt…

oh yeah & where did shonky come from the other day?
must’ve been bored over his Christmas hols.


#29

I think Dcult goes by the name Mythra now, Be-1ne still lurks about I’m sure and I saw Trashbat play in Brum last year so hes still doin his ting


#30

so what IS trashbat’s ting?


#31

he’s on the geode/groove booty vibe iirc


#32

aaawww
wrong turn


#33

he had a few tunes on that dubstep for deep heads comp that came out last year


#34

You don’t like Chord Marauders?


#35

I don’t mind this kind of track

(no, it’s not riddim)
but a lot of the label’s music is kinda sophisticated lounge music
that I’d rather experience played out with live instrumentation,
you know, watch the drummer & bassist…
otherwise a bit too smooth to my taste
in the same way some American jazz/hip-hop fusion
however well-played,becomes ritualized imo.
e.g. Robert Glasper.


#36

Waddya reckon?


I’m in Sydney & this is on today.
not really a house person
but there’s some originals on this line-up
and I heard some nice fg & funky from Bradley zero on the radio


#37

Dude, go!!

Leroy Burgess and Johnny Osbourne is there!

Larry Heard would be nice too.


#38

Deff go!


#39

Worth it for johnny osbourne


#40

This guy? (Bottom of the linked post)
LINK