Hands down the best Flosstradamus record yet. Equally perfect parts nostalgia, and trap.
Oh, and Deniro Farrar murdered it to.
PS. Looks like Flosstradamus be flossin Obey pretty heavy.
Today is a monuments day here at Future Classics. The first of a new monthly, soon to be podcast, has been launched. The studious and multi talented Moduloktopus was gracious enough to kick off the series with a 50 minute mix original work. This masterpiece is also serving as the first of his own mix series entitled ‘MIXTopus’. And, without fail from the first second to the last this all encompassing showcase of work will have you locked in tight.
The production of I’m Different and most of the productions of Stat Fucker are things I can’t jive with. I’m Different was too sharp and lacking a full sound in some way. Where as Star Fucker just needed black guy mids..
Honestly didn’t know how a gLAdiator collab could produce anything with more solidarity in the trap music sound than heRobust had been doing already. But, some how, some way, these guys found the way. Killer sample. Can’t quite place it, gonna listen more. Free for a like.
Heavy in the Jersey. This shit is rowdy.
Third world girl. I want you in my world.
Our favourite, and most interactive, Ableton producer seems to have found some time to get some production work done. Amidst all the teaching and tutorial making. Visit vespers.ca for the DL.
Dear Trap music, I would like to personally thank you for successfully being the kind of music that can make even the wall flowers look good as they dance. Thank you for your simplicity, steeze and ratchetness baby.
Twenty twelve saw many advancements in human technology and culture. Amidst all the leaps and bounds further into human evolution there was one significant loss. The internet way havers, the LOL Boys, announced a hiatus with no forseebale end in sight for many months to come. With the geographical gap between the boys in mind, this seems a logical move. They do say after all that long distance relationships never work..
Here we, and he (Heartbeat(s) of course) offer some insight into the Canadian half of said LOL Boys, both in nature and future.
What brought you from Montreal to Vancouver? Mountains or music? (more…)
Early memories of electronic music back in the early thousands often drift back Freeform Five. Strangest Things, and the bountiful number of remix’s that followed it were good, no doubt. But the original productions, as sparce as they were, were, succulent treats that would make you earmilk.
Have a good listen to this:
1. Mim Suleiman ‘Maji’
2. Raz Ohara ‘El Zahir’ (The Sorry Entertainers remix)
3. Jesse Rose ‘Sticks & Stones’
4. Freeform Five feat. Juldeh Camara ‘Weltareh’
5. Audiojack ‘No Equal Sides’
6. Show-B ‘Sax ‘N’ MPC’ (Show-B & Thomas Herb edit)
7. Les Go ‘Dan Gna’ (Joe Clausell Voices mix)
8. Soul Clap & Baby Prince ‘The Neverending Quest for Inspiration’
9. Motorbass ‘Flying Fingers’
10. Claptone ‘No Eyes’
11. Marcus Worgull feat. Osunlade ‘Reno’
12. 3rd Face ‘Canto Della Liberta’
13. Brian Eno & David Byrne ‘The Jezebel Spirit’ (Peter Black mix)
14. Keiji Shimazaki ‘Under The Moon’
15. Full Swing ‘Freestyle’
16. The Lost Tribes of Ibadan ‘Avareh’
17. Mercury ‘Man’
18. Francois De Roubaix ‘La Mer Est Grande’ (Carl Craig Remix)
Less weed and more trip in this Juicy J inspired bit. Bake head lyrics are far less appealing and more damaging to the brain than any kind of electronica. Don’t let the Nixon lovers of today tell you that they are even remotely equal parts naughty. #TrippyMane
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#Vancouver /&+ #YVR hot mouth rap duo G3NESIS. Ch-Check it out. RIP MCA