Ok, I’ll admit it, in a haze of cheese, turkey and Quality Street, I forgot what day, hell, what week it even was it was, hence the non-emergence of anything on the blog from me, since before Christmas.
Ooops – best rectify that now.
(Oh, and many thanks for The Canteen and the thoroughly goofy and highly talents Mustard Brass Band for having me play on the 23rd – check those guys and gals out, especially if you like barefoot breakdancing tuba players, as pictured above)
Kicks and claps build to a low down chug with a touch of a Q-Tip vocal sample into a wall of strings. Lovely little mid-tempo discofied hip-hop influenced dancefloor winner I reckon.
Available on the My Nu Joint EP over on Bandcamp
Aside from being a wonderful little slice of alternative hip-hop, with it’s simple loop and vocal effects, it’s perhaps best know as being the tune over closing sequence of Style Wars, as well as being produced by legendary grafitti artist/painter Jean-Michel Basquiat.
If its your kinda thing, there’s an entire album of orchestral Dre covers over on his Bandcamp