Only Dubstep Saturdays #2
Been a while hasn’t it? Sorry we’ve been slacking. Can’t speak for Trev and Lars, since I’ve got no clue what they’re occupying their times with, but me, I’ve been sort of busy. Started up that internship at Philadelphia Weekly, it’s going amazingly. Been reading some comics. Bought Daria the complete collection so I’ve been working my way through that (and it really is fucking fantastic. I was not able to appreciate this show as a child the way I can now.)
But I’m back now because I love you all. Time for some Dubstep.
And here it is for keeps.
Listen to it here and then download that jawn.
Here’s something special: A Dubstep mix by Burial & Kode9 for Maryanne Hobbe’s last BBC Radio 1 show. That probably means fuck-all to a lot of you, either way, cop this ish. It’s sick.
Kode9 & Burial mix tracklist:
01. Speedy J – Tesla
02. Zomby – Natalia’s Song
03. Brandy – Never Say Never (El-B version 1)
04. Brandy – Never Say Never (El-B version 2)
05. Brandy – Angel (X-Men vocal mix)
06. Laurie Spiegel – Voices Within – A Requiem
07. Alena – Turn It Around (Hard House Bantons Mandy Mix)
08. Cooly G – Him Da Biz
09. Theo Parrish – Soul Control feat. Alena Waters
10. KMFH aka Kyle Hall – Girl U So Strong (Wild Oats)
11. Terror Danjah – S.O.S.
12. Darkstar – 2 Chords
13. Prince – Condition of the Heart
14. Erykah Badu – Telephone
15. Foul Play – Being With U Rmx
16. A Guy called Gerald – Silent Cry
And last but not least
Example – Kickstarts (Bar9 Remix Official Video)
Not only is this song sick, but it’s got an ill video to go along with it. It’s the perfect combination of Dubstep and violence.
Don’t worry guys, I’m sure once Trev and Lars get their school shit sorted out and sette back into a routine they’ll start posting again (right guys?)
Anyways, I’m off to the Northern Liberties Music Festival and then I’m gonna dig into this Philly Fringe festival jawn and see King of Ghosts at my favorite venue in the whole wide world, the First Unitarian Church. Check out the description for this ish and tell me it’s not ill:
Philadelphia, summer 1995. A drug dealer, Sam Eric, accidentally kills a 12-year-old girl, and his plans to quit dealing, get married, and leave town come to a crashing halt. A fast-paced new musical theater piece driven by mid-90s rap and indie rock.
Here’s hoping it’s dope.
Oh, and, because, y’know, what with the date and all, tell someone you love them, give out a bunch of hugs and try to be a half-way decent human being, okay?
PS: I’d like to whore out the Dubstepper twitter feed for providing me with a constant source of all things bass. If you follow no one else on Twitter, follow them.