Filed under: Sounds, Tricknowledgy | Tags: animation, dorritos, i mind, james blake, james blake album, paulo r, spac, video, vimeo
This is probably not an official video or even endorsed by the Blake camp. As I last recalled they are on a next-hype-arty-flex making short films about cults and all that pretty self harming stufft. Still “I Mind” is my favourite song on the whole album, I like space and I like the idea of traveling through space listening to future garage or whatever the kids call it these days. Paulo R put this up on his vimeo account a few hours ago and I watched it and like it. Mainly because it’s a simple concept executed well and mainly because it will be great watch when I get home and get lean. Moreover it’s fucking beautiful well done sir, gonna invest in a huge bag of dorritos.
Filed under: Sounds, Tricknowledgy | Tags: art fag, hip hop, hype williams, LONDON, mash up, mishmash, random music, samples, stalker, stalker 1, stalker 2, trip hop, uk, youtube
These videos have given me total jokes this afternoon. Seen Hype Williams play once and it was just bit of an experimental mishmash of hip hop beats, drowly rap and a lot of sitting down. Almost as if the odd couple we’re sat in their room just banging out the inner workings of sample made tunes and remixes. Just subscribed to their youtube channel and this sample of KP & Envy “shotrtie swing my way” caught my attention. It’s in two parts and each is only 40 seconds long. It’s just long enough to make you think what the fuck is this shit then something pathetically pathetic happens which is the pay off. All this art fag shit huh?? why do even like it? I have no fucking idea! But I do, maybe because I’m a hipster??? may-fucking-be.
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Filed under: Sounds, Tricknowledgy | Tags: andrew martin, Billy Brimstone, Chemo Telemachus, doug walshe, Greg Hall, High Plains Drifter, hip hop, hiphop, hop, ian pons jewell, Jeh5t, jehst, jonny morton-clark, Kapital, low life records, lowlife, Malone, max mallen, MPC, murmur, nuke, proof, Same Shit Different Day, SSDD, studio, suit rap, The Plague, uk, Uk Rap, Urban, YNR Productions, Young Restless
Sooo strange, got into a deep coversation about UK hip hop martyrs over the weekend over stupid amounts of red wine and whiskey. About how if only they were afforded the technology and self-sufficiency of the last couple of years they might have been more commercially successful. Then to my surprise my homie tweets that Jehst has made a comeback and to my surprise the video is fun and well thought through. using affordable means to get it across. They should have let the initial jinx video hold for a little longer though :P. Still i didnt give a massive fuck bout UK hip hop, not sure if i still do. But there are a huge group of late 20’s to early 30’s graphic designers, club managers and people in Brighton that do. Shout out to YNR