Setting it straight for '88, Sugar Style plugs in the quadrophones and clocks a rhyme speed in direct competition with a smash from Fu Haifeng
Sugar Style - Quadro-Phonic (Radio Mix) 320kbps 1988 (YSI)
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Posted by 5318008 at 5:18 PM
The murmurs of Moog that bring this prog rock stallion to a canter were provided by non other Rick Wakeman back in the year of our lord 1973. Though he was a Yes man through and through, he still had time to bring Sabbath out of a slump by securing a slot on some songs which seriously set off Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
Black Sabbath - Who Are You 320kbps 1973
Posted by 5318008 at 3:21 PM
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Friday, July 24, 2009
Or, for the unfortunately sight-impaired, listeners.
There is nothing quite like a front-row seat at the cosmic ballet.
The images above are only a few from a string of juxtapositionary treats coming out of the subcontinental and asia-pacific archipeligae (which recently received a Cheshire cat-like dose of vitamin D for the first time since the launch of the Prodigy's Charly).
Pictures vaguley related to this track:
Solar Quest - Acid Air Raid (YSI) (1994)__ 192
Or, if you're not into techno-acid-core (which i am not) the following tonic may require a few less spoonfuls of sugar to get you down.
Divine Sounds - What People do for Money (YSI) (1984)__ 320
also, don't normally post clips but this one is HQ and ill:
Posted by h'tee t'dab at 12:04 PM
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Soul food for the spiritually disenchanted, the next two tracks threw out the clapping stick + cowbell combo and instead opted for the tones of Nzambi's bones, albeit with a strong Gummi Bears vibe in the track by John Kongo's lesser known alias IMPI. Add your rhythm to the stick.
Black Soul - Mangous Ye 192kbps 1977
IMPI - Impi 256kbps 1982
Posted by 5318008 at 5:03 PM
In the sensory buffet of cinema no garnish is considered more palatable than a delectable score. The most formidable restaurateur of all, Stanley Kubrick, orbited in a galaxy of michelin stars thanks to his watershed emulsion of classical orchestrations and avant garde direction. The following textural feast is one of Ligeti's most revered compositions, debatably also one which may not have made it's way into the public spectrum without Kubrick's assistance.
György Ligeti - Atmosphères .flac (1961)
What is arguably Steven King's greatest-ever work, will be shining darkly through 35mm acetate this Friday at the Chauvel.
All work and no play makes jack a dull boy.
Posted by h'tee t'dab at 10:02 AM