Sorry for the late update- my computer's been giving me trouble, specifically the all-important network card, which has been developing charming new eccentricities at an alarming rate. Anyway, here's the song for today:
DJ Signify, "Winter's Going" (Instrumental)
The first single from DJ Signify's debut album, Sleep No More
, stripped of Buck 65's verse. Signify's production can stand on its own, though, and this is a good example.
(Yeah, between this and the Chris Clark earlier, it kind of looks like I'm riding Warp's jock for promos or something,
and while I certainly wouldn't mind
but rest assured these are just what I have in my CD wallet at the moment. There's more variety coming soon, with some Sound-Ink stuff, some Massive Attack rarities, and some microhouse.)
Links and things
A great animated video for Dabrye's "Smoking the Edge"
The video for Dizzee Rascal's new single
...not sure I like the smoother sound, but it's solid.
According to Home Video's site
, they'll be releasing a new 5-song EP on vinyl and (yes!) CD in early fall, called Citizen
. And speaking of irrationally hated
Warp acts, Gravenhurst will be releasing the Black Holes in the Sand
mini-album in early October.
The Fabric London page for Michael Mayer's mix
includes two exlcusive radio mixes by Mayer- in Realmedia, unfortunately, but nicely high-quality nonetheless.
Here's the cover
to Interpol's upcoming Antics
Completely non-music-related, but if you haven't seen Bruce Robinson's How to Get Ahead in Advertising
, do it. I caught it on cable today, and haven't enjoyed a black comedy this much since Being John Malkovich
or Robinson's own Withnail and I
. It has some fairly serious structural problems, but Richard E. Grant is fantastic and the script is wonderfully nasty.