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Your Mum’s Phat Titz September ‘08 Edition Mixtape PART 2

September 20, 2008

If there’s one thing my Pops taught me, it’s virtue in variety. Not sure that was a hint if I choose to become a bigamist I have his blessing, but musically I gladly indulge in everything- uninhibited- it makes my core richer. So, come get some.

Content loyalists, you know what to expect from Fantasticunt’s mixtapes by now: underground, overground, outerspace.

Click, download, unzip, bump, wig out, research the artists you’re feeling, tell ya mans dem/gally dem/all dem.

And in regards to all the prior fuckery this week, I’m staying resilient and trying a new system whereby I only source 2 or 3 tracks per set for my readers benefit (it’s the best I can do). Thank you for all the e-mails, they keeps me as equally inspired as the sounds comin’ out one’s speaker.

One love and respect to any original mp3 sources + connects.

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1. 2tall feat. Kashmere – The Most High
2. Che Grand – City On Fire
3. Ciara feat. Missy Elliot – Work
4. Devin The Dude – Can’t Make It Home
5. DJ Mujava – Township Funk
6. Erik L feat. Stray & Kissey Asplund – Get Myself Together
7. Erykah Badu – Real Thang (Muhsinah Boozina Remix)
8. Georgia Anne Muldrow & Dudley Perkins – Shine On (Prod. by Black Milk)
9. Illa J feat. Guilty Simpson – R U Listenin’ (Prod. by J-Dilla)
10. Invincible – Sledgehammer
11. Liquid Spirit feat. Leon Ware- Melodies
12. Low Limit – Crystle Casios
13. M.I.A. – Hit That (Prod. by Bangladesh)
14. MeLo X – And I Know (Treat Her Right)
15. Nosaj Thing – 1685
16. Now On feat. Aloe Blacc – I’m Sayin’ (14KT Lab-Techs Remix)
17. Q-Tip feat. D’Angelo – I Believe
18. Scarface feat. Lil’ Wayne & Bun B – Forgot About Me
19. Sene – Gimmie Room
20. Shin-Ski – A Night At Sydney
21. The Are feat. Raphael Saadiq – Love That Chop
22. The Cock N’ Bull Kid- On My Own
23. The Streets – Never Give In
24. Tiron – Quitter
25. Trek Life & Oddisee – Get High
26. Zomby – The Lie

Your Mum’s shit right now:

Video: DJ Mujava – Township Funk

Fantasticunt mixtape rating:

20,683 mums out of 10

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Black Milk – Give The Drummer Sum

September 20, 2008

Give ya Mother some…

“I already gave the Summer some, I guess it’s the Winter’s turn”, to quote Hov exactly.

First Black Milk single from the forthcoming LP ‘Tronics’, October 20th/28th.

A frantic funk drum pattern, espionage horns, subtle sci-fi effects, a helium hook and don’t trip on that trumpet bridge: the Milk flows on point.

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Afta-1 – Aftathought Vol. 1

September 17, 2008

Eyes wanting closure, head begging rest; yet duty calls and bloody blogging prevails.

I’m lying in bed right now having this soaring sensory experience bumping Californian electronic/experimental Hip-Hop producer Afta-1’s debut instrumental LP with my headphones fully engaged. In comparison to the fresh hoards of “Glitch-Hop” aspirants, this stands out as one of the most Soulful palettes I’ve heard with heavier emphasis on melody and a less mechanized perversion of the groove. Still there’s tingles, twitches, head-nodders, euthermic bass and even an industrial sensuality if there can be such a thing.

In short, these compositions flow seamlessly like a volcanic spring oozing blunt-scented perfume which forms an estuary around your dome that you can backstroke in. And if analogies aren’t your bag, then lie down and just play the damn thing with the lights off.

It’s mood music. Swim.

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1. Quest (2:33)
2. Pluto Moon (2:33)
3. Believe (3:21)
4. Banilla Beans (2:58)
5. Candy Box (Interlude) (1:09)
6. The Facts (4:58)
7. Escape (4:04)
8. Honey Dip (3:11)
9. Gaze (3:24)
10. Stellar Suzie (2:51)
11. La Samba3 (7:52)

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Click to bump track Track 1 here: Afta-1 – Believe

Fantasticunt LP rating:

8 mums out of 10

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Raphael Saadiq – The Way I See It

September 13, 2008

It’s a vision to craft something authentic that shows sublime love for a bygone era- and it’s a vision perfectly realised.

Vintage heaven in surround-sound. The strings, the percussion, the harmonies, arrangements, echoes, bass guitars and the conviction of it all… makes me straight up wanna fall in love right now.

Ray-Ray’s goin’ on like a legend.

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01. Sure Hope You Mean It
02. 100 Yard Dash
03. Keep Marchin’
04. Big Easy
05. Just One Kiss (feat. Joss Stone)
06. Love That Girl
07. Calling
08. Staying In Love
09. Oh Girl
10. Let’s Take A Walk
11. Never Give You Up (feat. Stevie Wonder & CJ Hilton)
12. Sometimes
13. Oh Girl (feat. Jay-Z)

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Big Easy

Fantasticunt LP rating:

9 mums out of 10

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Your Mum’s Phat Titz September ‘08 Edition Mixtape PART 1

September 11, 2008

Suprise motherlovers.

Shi-it, I even intend to drop Part 2 and Part 3 before the month’s out. I’m submerged in dope audio right now like Eddie Murphy with frisbee pussies in Delirious. You don’t mind do you?

Expect untamed, unrestricted, multi-genre, ear-canal adventures on board my narcissistic sense of selectah-ship; I might throw in a little old shit, rare shit, unreleased shit, random shit, but mostly new + exclusive shit– ultimately rest assured it’s always bangers galore.

Usual specifications apply: this is a free, individual, track-by-track mp3 selection all wrapped up pretty in a .rar folder. Just click, download, unzip…

One love and respect to any original mp3 sources + connects.

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1. 14KT-The Violet Hour
2. Bilal Salaam & His Electrosoul- Langue De Rasoir
3. Brandon Miles- Altered
4. Daedelus ft. Erika Rose & Paperboy- My Beau
5. Erykah Badu feat. Re-Up Gang- Real Thang (Tumbling Dice Remix)
6. Guilty Simpson- For The D (Harmonic 313 Remix)
7. Jazmine Sullivan- Dream Big (The American Promise)
8. Kardinal Offishall feat. J-Davey- Digital Motown
9. Kidkanevil feat. Kissey Asplund & Blu- When I Dig
10. MF Doom- All Out Of Ale
11. Mike Slott- Home
12. Now On- Willows
13. RA The MC- Anything You Like (Prod. by DJ Premier)
14. Reggie B- I Apologise
15. Santogold- Icarus (Prod. by Diplo)
16. Self-Scientific feat. The New Royales- Heavy
17. Statik Selektah feat. Consequence- Mr. Popularity
18. Sene- So Lovely
19. Sterling Simms- Can’t Run
20. Termanology- Please Don’t Go (Prod. by Nottz)

Your Mum’s shit right now:

Video: Now On – Willows (Official Video)

Fantasticunt mixtape rating:

4,722 mums out of 10

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88 Keys feat. Bilal – M.I.L.F.

September 11, 2008

*Drumroll*

Bilal loves Your Mum.

You knew it was coming.

Hol’ tight Stacy Dash, she’s like the same age as my Dad, but it’s ok.

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Daru & Reggie B – Future Music

September 11, 2008

I’m suddenly a tad addicted to this LP; three mornings I’ve lay in bed and let it run dawn through daylight.

You may remember my palpable championing of Detroit beat-buster Daru (former drummer for Slum Village and Dwele tours; now a pad-pounding production powerhouse drawn into his element) right here. Now he’s combined Caltroit forces with rising Cali singer/songwriter Reggie B (quite the Purple disciple with that recurrent lusty rasp creeping in every so often) to run the train on your cotton-wool arse.

This be that full-bodied, nod factor, basement bounce, Hip-Hop Soul music with oscillating two-bar breaks, sparse loops that verge on thunderous, and a pinch of groove throbbing electrolysis to marry to that which is readily raw.

Daru is dangerous.

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01. It’s Not A Game
02. Future Music
03. I Was Wrong
04. Play House
05. Stay Free
06. Anywhere You Go
07. A Ways To Go
08. Juni’s Revenge
09. Cry No More
10. Good Love
11. Juni’s Revenge (Part 2)
12. Future Music (Gerd Edit) (Bonus Track)

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Good Love

Fantasticunt LP rating:

8.5 mums out of 10

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Termanology feat. Bun-B – This Is How We Rock (Prod. by DJ Premier)

September 11, 2008

This is how Your Mum rocks.

Some suns still rise in the East. Instant classic.

That locomotive bell kills me.

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“Hopped off the phone with Bun, rolled this blunt,
Told him son ya album’s so cold I’m numb…”

‘Politics As Usual’, September 30th.

Video: Termanology feat. Bun-B- How We Rock (Official Video)

THIS POST HAS BEEN MARKED PRIVATE BY WORDPRESS.COM STAFF IN RESPONSE TO A DMCA COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT NOTICE. Kanye West – Love Lockdown

September 10, 2008

Idiosyncratically grand, yet…

…I think someone needs to give Wayne his vocoder back.

The vox effects fail to absorb like a genuine vocal would given the emotional anchor of what Kanye’s tryna convey; it makes me feel detached when really I want to become immersed in the subject in equal parts to the bass. (Sort the mastering out aswell).

Still, I await the shrill of 808 synths And further articulation of Heartbreak. December 16th.

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I rarely do this, though if you wish to decipher the laments of a robot…

Lyrics:
I’m not lovin’ you, the way I wanted to
What I had to do, had to run from you
I’m in love with you, but the vibe is wrong
And that haunted me, all the way home
So ya never know, never never know
Never know enough, til it’s over love
Til we lose control, system overload
Screamin no no no, no no
I ain’t lovin you, the way I wanted to
See I wanna move, but can’t escape from you
So I keep it low, keep a secret code
So everybody else dont have to know

So keep ya love locked down, ya love locked down x 3
You keep ya love locked down, you lose

I’m not lovin you, the way I wanted to
I can’t keep my cool, so I keep it true
I got somethin’ to lose, so I gotta move
I can’t keep myself, and still keep you too
So I keep in mind, when I’m on my own
Somewhere far from home, In the danger zone
How many times did it take til I finally got through
you lose, you lose
I ain’t lovin you, the way I wanted to
See I had to go, see I had to go
No more wastein time, we cant wait for life
which is wastin time, wheres the finish line

So keep ya love locked down, ya love locked down x 3
You keep ya love locked down, you lose

I’m not lovin you, the way i wanted to
I met no one new, I got no one new
No I said im through, but got love for you
But im not lovin you, the way I wanted to
Gotta keep it goin, keep the lovin goin
Keep it on a roll, only god knows
If i be with you, baby im confused
You choose, you choose
I ain’t lovin you, the way I wanted to
Way I got to go, I dont need you
I been on this road, too many times before
I ain’t lovin you, the way I wanted to

So keep ya love locked down, ya love locked down
etc.
etc.
Keepin ya love locked down, you lose.

Yikes.

Late Of The Pier – Fantasy Black Channel

September 10, 2008

Current contenders for my favourite new/emerging British band of the year so far…

(I have to keep conjuring up these categories, it gives my life some pretentious level of order & meaning. Leave me.)

The Nottinghamshire four-piece have aligned themselves with Erol Alkan for the entire debut. It’s borderline bonkers. Or atleast better than the Mystery Jet’s album.

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1. Hot Tent Blues
2. Broken
3. Space And The Woods
4. The Bears Are Coming
5. Random Firl
6. Heartbeat
7. Whitesnake
8. VW
9. Focker
10. The Enemy Are The Future
11. Mad Dogs And Englishmen
12. Bathroom Gurgle

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Focker

Fantasticunt LP rating:

8 mums out of 10

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Hudson Mohawke – Ooops! (Oh My) (Tweet Re-Edit)

September 10, 2008

How do you take one of my cherished Rn’B songs (concerning fem-masturbation) from the teen years and entirely resurrect the sexy beast?

The Glitch-Hop-Dub-Grime-Timbaland of the United Kingdom, Hud Mo, adds further testament to his future greatness…

Play loud. Retrieve tissue. And Polyfilla (for walls).

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My, has it been almost 7 years already?

Video: Tweet – Oops (Oh My) [Original Version]

Black Milk – Music From The Colour Purple

September 9, 2008

Brand spankin’ Black Milk wholly Prince-sampling paraphernalia for you suckahs & suckahrettes…

Quote from artist’s Myspace:

PUT THE TRACKS IN ORDER FROM 1-11 BEFORE LISTNING!!!!

just so the whole batch will flow together…zip file took all the tracks
out of order, alright check it out before the link expires

Listen to the end of each track to find out what the chop is (shhhhh keep this on the low) TRONIC OCT 28

I insist you follow man’s instructions. Like, art-etiquette.

P.S. Purple Track 11 >>> ‘Erotic City’ >>> stupendous flip.

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1. Purple Track 1
2. Purple Track 2
3. Purple Track 3
4. Purple Track 4
5. Purple Track 5
6. Purple Track 6
7. Purple Track 7
8. Purple Track 8
9. Purple Track 9
10. Purple Track 10
11. Purple Track 11

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Fantasticunt beat tape rating:

6.5 mums out of 10

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Raphael Saadiq feat. Jay-Z- Oh Girl (Remix)

September 9, 2008

Saadiq’s truly grown into optimum genius with age. The new throwback project (‘The Way I See It’, dropping Tuesday next week!) is destined to meet the yearning of Soul’s devoted far and wide.

You realise this song (available here courtesy of Your Mum) was already an instant classical classic right?

And then Lord Hov jumped on it (carrying a couple o’ those ’96 flow syllables 21 seconds in too for sweet measure). Bam.

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Altogether now, “You know you saaaved me from myseeeelf…”

Perfect opening line.

Video: Oh Girl (Original Version)

The Foreign Exchange feat. Muhsinah – Daykeeper

September 8, 2008

This just made me forget I was anxiously awaiting Kanye’s new single ‘Love Lockdown’ to drop any hour/night now.

For I’ve waited only 14 months since Kanye’s last effort, and yet 48 months (4 years) for some new material from Phonte & Nicolay. Yes, I goes & does me a bitta’ math still.

A mellow, ambient first number (featuring Your Mum’s beloved Muhsinah) signalling a broader downtempo direction for the duo’s forthcoming sophmore set ‘Leave It All Behind’ due October 14th. ‘Daykeeper’ very slightly reminds me of a stripped-down, sombre Gnarls Barkley cut; though it’s delicately hypnotic in a way that doesn’t feel forced. A song to give us company in the mornings.

Welcome back gentlemen.

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Various Assets – Not For Sale Vol. 4 (Red Bull Music Academy 2007 CD Snippets)

September 8, 2008

Couldn’t stay holdin’ onto these priceless numbers now could I? Such innovative, refreshing, avant-minded music is churned out annually at the Red Bull Music Academy; I really must Solid Snake stealth sneak up into that motherfucker one day, a few little taps on the Korgs and MPCs and I gaurantee you I’ll end up remixing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ into a talismanic, new-age, glitch-hop jingle.

The Jake One + Muhsinah collaboration here is outstanding; what an adorably eccentric creature she is, defiant of Rn’B songwriting banalities. Now if only I could get the whole damn CD (non-purchase exclusive industry shit they say), so take a-quarter-of-a-damn-disc and get you some wings (forgive this inevitable carbonated soft-drink punchline).

Props to Universoul for the goodies.

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01. Jake One & Muhsinah – You
02. Marks & Muhsinah – In Need Of
10. Africa Hi Tec feat. Rio – Too Late
11. Happy Melody – Indian Summer
12. Samiyam & Hudson Mohawke – Eff This
15. Sarah Lahey & Om’Mas Keith – Get Over It

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Click to bump track Track 1 here: Jake One & Muhsinah – You

Fantasticunt quarter-of-a-damn-disc rating:

7.5 mums out of 10

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Burial – Burial Remixes + B-Sides

September 8, 2008

I’ve beseeched and petitioned (in the comfort of my own blog) that Burial’s astounding ‘Untrue’ duly win the Mercury Music Prize 2008 (this week), nuffin’ long. I genuinely believe it’s one of the most significant, spiritually relevant sonic masterpieces released during our generation (previously posted by Your Mum here) from a young Londoners perspective.

While we patiently wait for accolades to be allocated correctly I thought I’d distribute this mini-compilation of remixes and rarities by one’s current favourite producer amongst the British musical landscape.

If asked why I so profoundly love Burial’s sound, my response would be simple: it sounds like home & how I feel every night in this city.

P.S. Burn those fascists at The Sun newspaper (that’s a brouhaha begging Brit tabloid for my international reader’s enlightenment) for baiting up the enigma. I had faith in the geezer’s prior decision to stay a low-key, visually anonymous, clandestine force causing audiences to focus solely on the music. In his own words, “i wanted to be unknown because i just want it to be all about the tunes.”

Word to Croydon concealment.

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1. Blackdown- Crackle Blues (Burial Remix)
2. Jamie Woon- Wayfaring Stranger (Burial Mix)
3. Bloc Party- Where Is Home (Burial Remix)

4. Thom Yorke- And It Rained All Night (Burial Remix)
5. Burial- Archangel (8-Bit Boy Remix)
6. Burial- Archangel (Leif Remix)
7. Burial- Versus
8. Burial- Unite
9 Burial- Stairwell

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Jamie Woon – Wayfaring Stranger (Burial Mix)

Fantasticunt compilation rating:

8.5 mums out of 10

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Pacewon & Mr. Green – The Only Color That Matters Is Green

September 8, 2008

Cease frontin’ on Pacewon: surely one of the most overlooked underground cats out the D for more than a decade.

Is it too early to say ‘Children Song’ is goin’ on a wee bit classic?

Hol’ tight all my Outsidaz worldwide.

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1. Four Quarters
2. Children Sing

3. The Eye Of The Needle
4. I Need Money
5. Let a Shot Go
6. Who I Am
7. Hip Hop
8. Childhood (feat. Cymarshall Law / Mary Lou / Kosha Dillz)
9. So Straight
10. Won on Won
11. She Can Be So Cold
12. The Joker

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Children Song

Fantasticunt LP rating:

7 mums out of 10

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DJ Chris Read – The Diary

September 8, 2008

Posted for sheer perseverance alone. Keeping the art of turntabilism alive. No sweatin’ techniques.

A long time in the making and much talked about, “The Diary” (World’s Greatest Rap Megamix) is finally here;  a chronological mix of the genre’s landmark recordings by order of release from 1979-2007.  801 records in the blend!

Yes, that’s 801 relentless classics, spanning 1979 to 2007, chronologically steel wheeled, in under 77 minutes. It’s nothing short of historical. Then again, if this isn’t part of your history- it’s nothing less than educational.

Epic achievement. Hol’ tight the colossus DJ Chris Read for reachin’ out.

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Fantasticunt mix rating:

9 mums out of 10

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Lykke Li – Youth Novels

September 8, 2008

With such au courant trailblazers as Kissey Asplund, Little Dragon and Koop amongst dozens others, it’s evident the Swedes have the “Progressive Urban” sector on smash. Regardless, I’ll still approach Swedish Pop with a hint of precaution.

Right, iron those American Apparel gladrags, you have my blessing for this one.

One love going out to Abba, Ace of Base & Eagle Eye Cherry- but not the A*Teens.

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1. Melodies & Desires
2. Dance, Dance, Dance
3. I’m Good, I’m Gone
4. Let It Fall
5. My Love
6. Little Bit
7. Hanging High
8. This Trumpet In My Head
9. Complaint Department
10. Breaking It Up
11. Time Flies
12. Window Blues

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Dance Dance Dance

Fantasticunt LP rating:

7 mums out of 10

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Your Mum’s Not Stupid.

September 4, 2008

Tea, crumpets, croquet & flippin’ Morris Dancing?

Are-you-stuupid?

Black The Ripper – Are You Stupid?

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“You’re not a badman, you’re a batty ‘ole!”

UK stand up. Braps at the ready.

Your Mum’s Phat Titz August ‘08 Edition Mixtape

August 31, 2008

Who’s-good-to-you-like-i’m-good-to-you?

Tough bleedin’ month, I’ve been forced to ante up but I couldn’t cut that fool, expanding the formerly 20-track selection all the way to an epic 31 tracks. And 31 is conservative since I’d accrued a hoard of 50+ stupendous songs for you this August and counting as of 8am this mornings (new Guilty Simpson/Eric Lau, MF Doom & Hudson Mohawke jawns in the pocket but too late for the tape, unless I get some light begging in the comments you’ll have to wait till next month disciples). Condensation is a bitch.

Audio bombardment has become unavoidable in the digital age so I strongly believe there needs to be protocol in the listening experience: one must take time to let the sounds absorb. So take 31, value them like your first popped cherry all over again, and come again.

And I quote previous paragraphs…

Expect untamed, unrestricted, multi-genre, ear-canal adventures on board my narcissistic sense of selectah-ship; I might throw in a little old shit, rare shit, unreleased shit, random shit, but mostly new + exclusive shit– ultimately rest assured it’s always bangers galore.

Usual specifications apply: this is a free, individual, track-by-track mp3 selection all wrapped up pretty in a .rar folder. Just click, download, unzip…

One love + respect to all original sources & connects.

P.S. According to my forseeable schedules, new Common, Murs & Madlib LPs dropping this September. Your Mum, she’s major.

>>> Click To Cop Here <<<—- Re-Upped!!!

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Tracklist:

1. 88 Keys feat. Kanye West – Stay Up (Viagra)
2. Ahu – I Know All The Bitches (Bullion Remix)
3. Asher Roth- I Love College
4. Bishop Lamont – Feel On It
5. Blu & Mainframe – Disco D.Y.N.A.M.I.T.E.
6. Burial – Unite
7. Busta Rhymes – Packin’ Them Things (Prod. by Kev Brown)
8. Che Grand – Usain Bolt Rap Demo Shit
9. Hudson Mohawke – ZooO00oO0m
10. Janet Jackson – Would You Mind
11. Jason Mraz feat. Cobie Caillat – Lucky
12. Jazmine Sullivan – Backstabbers
13. Jessica Tonder feat. Proton – The Bee
14. Keri Hilson – Slow Dance
15. Ludacris – Politics As Usual
16. Madlib feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow – The Plan
17. Mr. Oizo – Bruce Willis Is Dead
18. Murs – Me & This Jawn
19. Now On – Tomorrow Already
20. Raphael Saadiq – Oh Girl
21. Scarface – High Powered
22. Steve Spacek – Days Of My Life
23. T.I. ft. Jay-Z, Lil’ Wayne & Kanye West- SLU (Swagger Like Us)
24. Termanology – Talking To God Part 2
25. The Cool Kids – Delivery Man
26. The Game feat. Common- Angel (Prod. by Kanye West)
27. These New Puritans- Elvis
28. Tweet – Hey Baby
29. Vandalyzm – Get Dough (Prod. by Flying Lotus)
30. X.O. feat. Wale – Rid’n
31. Yo Majesty – Break Bread

Your Mum’s shit right now:

Video: The Game ft. Common – Angel (Prod. by Kanye West)

Fantasticunt mixtape rating:

2,589 mums out of 10

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Bloc Party – Mercury

August 29, 2008

Shizer. Meant to do this 19 days ago.

The brand spanking (19 day old) single from my favourite British band of the last 5 years (‘Silent Alarm’ was an under-rated Indie classic) warrants a sporadic post.

I’ve always loved the climactic temprement of their song structures with ‘Mercury’ showing further advancement into 21st century New Wave as perhaps the precursor to a more experimental third album (‘Intimacy’ arriving late October). Here garage-rock riffs submit to a livid carnival of uber-Grime electronics making Kele’s brazen, banshee, rebel-cry knife both the stuttering arrangement, and listener. He’s still one of the most distinct, enlivening Indie-Rock vocalists this country’s produced in a long time, and no I’m not just saying that because I’m all pro-ethnic n’ shit, christ.

(Go brown man go.)

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Illmind – New Blap City

August 29, 2008

I’m domestically obligated to post anything that has the word ‘Blap’ in it. It’s a London fing.

Though admittedly, I think I’ve slept on New Jersey producer Illmind (frequent collaborator with cats from Justus League such as Little Brother, aswell as Strange Fruit Project and Symbolyc One a.k.a. S1) and only now fully awoken. On the juxtaposing side of things, he’s also in-house producer for 50 Cent and the other Guerillas. Versatile geezer.

A conspicuously West Coast exodus on this impressive instrumental LP with emphasis on skillful sequencing, P-Funk distilled richness, blunt-burning bass grooves, thick kicks and whirling, psychedelic keyboard nuances that’d create thirst for a 40 ounce. To put it frankly, The Game’s new (lackluster) endeavor ‘L.A.X.’ was in grave need of Illmind (he’ll never exceed the ‘The Documentary’ in my opinion).

Oh & he’s also a Pilipino; I’m aware how proud the Philly amigos I know get when they’ve a representative in, well, any sector. Hol’ tight my thriller in Manilas, this one’s for you.

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1. Illmind (Intro) (Featuring DJ Paradime)
2. Funk Doc
3. Cornerstore Hustle
4. Unchained Melody
5. Chuuuch
6. Future Groove
7. Growth
8. Answer Me
9. Tuff Guy
10. Do What I Should
11. Bring Me Back
12. Stix-N-Stones
13. Here To There
14. Woman

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Click to bump track Track 4 here: Unchained Melody

Fantasticunt LP rating:

7.5 mums out of 10

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Onra – Chionoiser

August 29, 2008

I love that beat fanatics and thump-addicts are congregating in droves upside Your Mum. Thank you for all your e-mails. Excuse the sentimental suckah shit, though I’ve been quite inspired to persist with the blog, share musical wavelength and impart imprudent musings. Fantasticunt takes you to his bosom.

So download links, discussion, heads-ups, praise, adoration, the likeminded, rabid audio obsessives, freaks, geeks, Bloods, Crips, booty, lewd proposals, affable trojan viruses posing as Latvian sluts, jilted lovers, gardening tips and death threats- I welcome it all via ibootleggedyourmum@gmail.com. Offers of matrimony non-applicable.

Now, floodlights on a fine, French export: Onra (also one-half of futurebeat Hip-Hop production duo Byron & Onra). He fiddles solely with vintage Vietnamese pop record samples for this entire beat tape and churns out Orient-eccentric vignettes even the forefather Madlib would be relatively pleased with.

‘The Anthem’ (gaining popularity by featuring on a Coca Cola commercial in the States, which must be major corporate figures by the way) will rouse, ‘Relax In Mui Ne’ will relax, and it’s all a sunny, napalm sodden morning in Saigon smoking skunk with Colonel Kurtz.

Word to Brando.

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1. Introduction
2. The Anthem
3. Chop Your Hands
4. Relax In Mui Ne
5. Naughty Hottie (Interlude)
6. Eat Dog
7. Last Tango In Saigon
8. Apocalypse Now
9. I Wanna Go Back
10. Full Backpack
11. War
12. Lesson With The Master
13. Dark Sea
14. Phuoc Dat (Interlude)
15. Boundless Boundaries
16. What Up Duyet?
17. Welcome To Vietnam
18. Here Come The Flutes
19. The Vallee Of Love
20. Smoking Buddah
21. Clap Clap
22. Bounce (Interlude)
23. Live From Hue
24. Where’s My Longan?
25. Take A Ride
26. Raw
27. The Ritual
28. Cymbal Oelek
29. The Third Sword (Interlude)
30. One Day
31. They Got Breaks Too
32. Hope

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: The Anthem

Fantasticunt beat tape rating:

7 mums out of 10

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Madlib & J. Rocc- Beat Konducta Vol. 5: Dil Cosby Suite

August 28, 2008

It’s Otis’ sweet instrumental album tribute entirely to James…

…clearly forged in the style illustrated on ‘Donuts’.

What else do you want me to say?  No, wait, you don’t NEED me to say anything else. Champion sounds forever till we perish mate.

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01. For My Mans (Prelude)
02. The Mystery (Dilla’s Still Her)
03. Beat Provider (Through the Years)
04. J’s Day Theme #3 (Support)
05. In Jah Hands (Dilla’s Lament)
06. Get Dollaz (24-7)
07. The String (Heavy Jones)
08. Two For Pay Jay (No Dough, No Show)
09. No More Time? (The Change)
10. Do You Know? (Transition)
11. Dirty Hop (The Shuffle)
12. Floating Soul (Peace)
13. Infinity Sound (Never Ending)
14. Sacrifice (Beat-A-Holic Thoughts)
15. Rebirth Cycle (Super Soul)
16. Rolled Peach Optimos (Call Day)
17. The Main Inspiration (Coltrane of Beats)
18. The Get Over (Move)
19. Shades of Pete (Super)
20. King Chop (Top Line)
21. Anthenagin’ (?)

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Fantasticunt LP rating:

8 mums out of 10

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DJ Premier – Beats That Collected Dust

August 28, 2008

Which fool allowed these beats to “collect dust”? You’ve got a substantial percentage of East Coast Hip-Hop output at its most stagnant in the 25+ great years of this art form; years after year of mediocre releases and disposable, uninspired work, yet purportedly our divine-handed lord Preem has these instant classics collecting crusty skin cells.

Jigga should secrete swagger over ‘Sing Like Bilal’, Redman should go exessive and raw over ‘Mysterious’, Nas should go self-retrospective over ‘Dadaa’, Jadakiss should go street-reflective over ‘Dink’, Busta should go animated over ‘Waaaaaa’, Cassidy should go hardbody bar for bar over ‘Droop’. Automatic masterpieces for the people! Who’s fuckin’ with that? I’ll kill you.

Forgive my dogged idealisms, let the blog bastard dream.

Nonetheless, hearing a tape of unreleased Primo percolates through my brain as the epitome of bliss. No one fondles a break to make a head ejaculate like this immortal. G.O.A.T.

On an additional note, I’m sincerely and devotedly hoping the homie Saigon, the boy Termanology and maybe even the kid Corey Gunz can revive NY and with effort and intelligence CRAFT CLASSICS AGAIN LIKE, YES, THE EAST COAST RENAISSANCE OF THE MID-GODDAMN-90S. Sigh, leave us living in the past for you provide us little to live for in the present.

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01. Spin Live
02. Sing Like Bilal
03. Blow Horn Joint
04. Pee-An-Oh
05. Mysterious
06. Dadaa
07. Dink

08. B-Line
09. Trackhorn
10. Waaaaaa
11. Droop

12. Original Represent

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Fantasticunt mixtape rating:

8.5 mums out of 10

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Slipknot – All Hope Is Gone

August 28, 2008

Theoretically, Hip-Hop could learn from Slipknot’s steez. No soft filler shit, keep it coming unstoppably harder and harder.

Tough to appreciate for some, personally it wasn’t until I surrendered to repeat listenings of ‘Wait & Bleed’ and ‘Spit It Out’ at the age of 15 that I was left so flabbergasted by the cacophony of noise and yet awestruck at the sheer dynamic of their duel custom percussion (that’s two drummers with two extensively-modified kits simultaneously manifesting the most suffocating, time-signature devastating thwacking you’ll hear in your life). It’s the equivalent of Rodney King receiving a battering by Pontius Pilate’s centurions; the affect of which I’ll say is undeniably brilliant.

On ‘All Hope Is Gone’, they experiment even further with their own aggression and the principle elements of the group’s alpha and omega by incorporating the rawest, darkest, most feral aspects of their self-titled debut, the follow-up ‘Iowa’ and their last ‘Vol. 3: Subliminal Verses’ to conjure up one of the most brutal albums I’ve heard. Keepin’ it real son! Misanthropy, Nihilism, rage, alienation, and psychopathy as standard. Additionally, the sheer, unscaled level of thrash here is enough to make people forget they’re waiting on a new Metallica set.

Relating back to my original point now, it’s as faithful to their own genre as it is loyal to their core fanbase and ultimately undaunted. Slipknot keep it realer than most, and as a music lover/obsessive who’s constantly let down by many fickle, self-contradictory, inconsistent Hip-Hop fall-offs, from a subjective point of view I can appreciate their artistic integrity.

Hol’ tight fellow maggots and misfits. I need to cop one of those new edition masks and terrorise the fuck outta my gran with it.

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01. .execute.
02. Gematria (The Killing Name)
03. Sulfur
04. Psychosocial
05. Dead Memories
06. Vendetta
07. Butcher’s Hook
08. Gehenna
09. This Cold Black
10. Wherein Lies Continue
11. Snuff
12. All Hope Is Gone
13. Child of Burning Time (Bonus Track)
14. Vermilion Pt. 2 (Bloodstone Mix) (Bonus Track)
15. Til We Die (Bonus Track)

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Video: Psychosocial

Fantasticunt LP rating:

8 mums out of 10

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Exit Records & Steve Spacek Present – Black Pocket The Album

August 28, 2008

Hurrah bitches! Batting for the home team, I can proudly advocate vocalist/producer Steve Spacek as a United Kingdom legend: an original pre & post-millenial pioneer of electronic and progressive Soul music (‘Soultronica’ I insist, vainly re-enforcing usage).

Alongside Edmund Cavill (Ed Spacek) and Morgan Zarate (Morgan Spacek) he formed the groundbreaking electro-soul band Spacek: once hailed as “the Radiohead of Soul”. The experimentalism of backbone Steve Spacek himself implanted the seeds of soulful expansion and influenced dozens of space-funk and futurebeat musicians currently astro-rockin’ our pods and laptops right now… in hindsight the groups LPs ‘Curvatia’ (2001) and ‘Vintage Hi-Tech’ (2003) were the definition of what one would discern as ahead of the times.

The new project is Black Pocket: an experi-instru-mental Blacktronic soul hodgepodge of exclusive re-interpretations for Exit Records back catalogue of underground (notably Drum n’ Bass) classics. Steve yet again raises another set of (Blighty) V fingers to the notion of boundaries/limitations within black music. I preferred his 2005 solo ‘Spaceshift’, but this is a decent, relaxed, self-assured effort from the statesman that grows on the listener given the right ambience. Respect to sir, though I would have preferred a great deal more of his honeyed Mayfield-styled vocal (present only on cyber-sexy ‘You’re A Sta’) all over this to really complete the hallucinatory vision presented.

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01. For Real
02. Mountain
03. Juiced
04. Field
05. You’re A Sta
06. Sta Simonez
07. Sta Simone
08. Other Magic
09. Amplifly
10. Bartin Groove
11. Hangin St
12. Vandlance
13. Al Softly

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Click to bump track 5 here: You’re A Sta

Fantasticunt LP rating:

6.5 mums out of 10

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Illa J – Illa J EP (2007)

August 28, 2008

Pardon me for being in a Latoyah Jackson state of mind, I had hasty reservations about Dilla’s younger sibling from detecting a few too many clips and excerpts of little homie consistently name-dropping his elder (as if to propel off the fraternal factor more so than his own carvings and musicianship). Then compassion kicked in and I thought, 1. He’s young. 2. Blood is blood. 3. These are our heroes. And frankly I couldn’t give a damn as long as Illa honours the Yancey legacy by making-shit-thump and pushing envelopes for this culture. It’s his birthright, we expect nothing less.

Pressure, demands and all crosses-to-carry aside, I dug out the 21 year old beat-builder/emcee’s 2007 debut EP. And realistically, neither product or producer suck, at all. His rhythms reverberate in signature Detroit quintessence and he’s orally average but fairly entertaining (in the same sufficient way you cannot deny Jaylib or the majority of Dilla’s regional collaborators were/are on the mic), leaving mandatory boxes ticked and ears tickled. Thus far showing promise, I await baby pa’s progression.

And now, I make that demo circulate like Spacek with those Ben Franklins (a currency issue I never quite understood since Steve is from Clapham).

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01. Hot
02. New Shit
03. I Ain’t Gonna Die
04. Raw Shit
05. Detroit
06. Me & My Brother (Produced By J Dilla)
07. Bonus Beats

Fantasticunt EP rating:

6.5 mums out of 10

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Illa J – We Here (Prod. by J-Dilla)

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This leaked a couple days back and completely funked my noggin up. Instant classic! I’m already envisioning my two-step shuck out jig next Feb when J-Dilla Saved My Life at Cargo and all other tribute raves return to London town. Young-blood’s flowing and crooning (heavily improved from his ’07 EP) over an amazing brand new/technically old Jay Dee gem from the vaults From the- wait for it…. [quote from xlr8r.com new article]

In tribute to his late older brother, Detroit hip-hop legend J Dilla, up-and-coming producer John “Illa J” Yancey has dubbed his forthcoming debut album ‘Yancey Boys’.

As previously noted, the album features the younger Yancey [going] over beats made by his older brother that cover the years between 1995 and 1998 and were never used. After a recent move from Detroit to Los Angeles, Illa set to work recording the release, which he named after the studio in which it was made. The album is set to drop in November.

Cue myself crapping underwear. My people, you recognise that’s the period between ‘Labcabincalifornia’ and ‘The Love Movement’ right? Holy bludclart Mutty Ranks!

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Daru & Rena – Feel The Love

August 27, 2008

I inadvertently found this whilst looking for something completely different altogether (I think it was a song by Bjork so I’m not sure how the hell the two correlate). To my bonny suprise, it contained a number I’d be searching months for and knew not the name of (now revealed to be ‘Lonely Nights’). Actually wait, no, it’s ‘The Roots Dilla Spirit Mix’ of that particular joint on their MySpace that I desperately need, but I’ll still claim fancy fuckin’ luck to gratify myself.

This is Detroit produer Daru’s recent collaboration project with singer/songwriter and sibling Rena, and quite the sturdy, stereo-stompers they are. In fact, I didn’t even know cats/kittens were still making Soul as rugged and gravel-textured as this anymore. The backbeats sound as if they were fashioned around the fiercer time period of mid 90s Eastcoast Hip-Hop: pounding boom-bap drum loops and some tremendous break chopping (all delightfully Primo-esque) as Rena’s airy vox glides and glitches along the contour of kicks and snares. You could easily be mistaken into thinking this was recorded in ’96.

If you were ever a fan of Groove Theory, or you just like your beats hard like 2 day old shit- you’ll be particularly jubilant.

Exceedingly bangin’. Only a total pussy would sleep on this.

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1. All Alone
2. Turn It On
3. Your There Part 1
4. Happy
5. Take Your Hand
6. Sometime
7. Feel The Love
8. When You’re There
9. Lonely Nights
10. Things You Do
11. Spirit Part 2

My stand-out tracks highlighted in Bold Red above.

Click to bump track 9 here: Lonley Nights

Fantasticunt mixtape rating:

7.5 mums out of 10

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