Over at The Quietus site, there’s an interview with the man behind CrumDunt….no, let’s start that again, DrumCunt. Real name, Rhys, he also is drummer for Hey Colossus!, which my man Manjeev released on his 3″ CD label in 2009. You know it ain’t gonna be like Abba, yeah, like putting your moist tongue on frayed electric cables, clears you out, gives a fresh perspective on things that need it. A-fucking-brasive to ras’. Anybody that produces music such as his with such a title has to be checked. Anybody that releases a cd under the title ‘I Shot Westwood’ needs to be checked, and praised. There is a time for everything, and for Drumcunt, the time is now.
Interview with the Pops DC and more of his tuneage over here,
Update, since I originally wrote this a couple weeks ago, there’s a fresh remix of a How To Dress Well product, available for your mits here.
Update2: Manjeev got in touch and has provided some betta links, Thank you sire.
My man Manjeev pointed me in the direction of a remix of Nautilus by The Gilded Palace of Sin.
Another reason The Gilded Palace of Sin have to be checked out is because they are linked to Barry Adamson via his label Central Control.
The images and audio match purrfectly.
From one corner to another, hence the title of this week’s adventure. Starting with South African township business with Malombo, heading to some Balkan horny horns courtesy of the ever dependable Crammed Discs. Montreal’s Poirier heads down south for a collaboration on another dependable source of quality tuneage that is Zizek.
Another joint from the forthcoming Massive Attack album, Hegioland. This time the featured vocalist is Damon Albarn.
In shops now is volume four of Starkey’s Street Bass Anthems. Pulled from this album is Slugabed’s psychotic rinse of ‘Simon Says’ by Pharoahe ‘fucking’ Monch.
Someone that is definitely waking people up is Jay Electronica. His ‘Exhibit C’ has taken the rap world by storm, it’s just a right pisser that you can only get the track from the US itunes store. Am I missing something? Anyway to sooth those of us that don’t have access to US iTunes is the J.Dilla beat of ‘Suckas’.
On the subject of beats, Flying Lotus takes on ‘Evil Man’ by Shafiq Husayn. This is from a new 10″ vinyl that also features a remix of Cheeba by J.Rocc, as well as the original mix of Evil Man.
William S. Burroughs has something to say as Public Image Limited, Diplo, Dalt Wisney and Drumcunt, who I wrote about yesterday.
Plenty to get your ears around this week.
Tune in tonight via Sunhole at 22h00.
Radio Norte are back on the case, and you can catch up with last weeks program tonight at 20h30…apparently.
Transmisson 4 – Extremities
- Malombo / Perefere…takenfrom Rhythm of Resistance LP (Virgin America)
- Flat Earth Society / Psychoscout (Crammed Discs)
- Koĉani Orkestar vs. Señor Coconut / Usti, Usti Baba (Crammed Discs)
- Poirier featuring Boogat / Kalima Shop Titi – Uproot Andy Mix (Zizek)
- Marcelo Fabian / Sed de Mal
- Massive Attack featuring Damon Albarn / Saturday Come Slow (Virgin)
- Slugabed / Slugabed Says….taken from Starkey Presents Street Bass Anthems Vol. 4 (Seclusiasis)
- Diplo / Sarah (Big Dada)
- Shafiq Husayn / Evil Man – Flying Lotus Remix (Plug Research/K7)
- Jay Electronica / Suckas
- Dalt Wisney / R2FUX from Beat Dimensions Vol.2
- Drumcunt / Bonnie Tyler_Snow White (Bunkland)
- Public Image Limited / F.F.F. (Virgin)
- Blue Daisy / Strings Detatched
My man Manjeev who I met at Rough Trade record shop many moons ago has a label, Bunkland, issuing 3″cds. The postman delivered one today. This band/person could have called the outfit Fucked Up, but it’s called Drumcunt. The EP is entitled Fags. This ain’t for pussies, it’s rough, abrasive, twisted, coarse, got a sense of humour, got a bass that will make you thoroughly shit yourself during it’s twenty-four minutes lifespan. The initial run of 65 cd’s is now sold out. Check in with Bunkland or Drumcunt for future recordings/gigs etc.