This mix is fucking epic. Seriously. I’m not sure who Wrong Chris is, but this came through the e-mail, and I have to say it’s probably one of the best programmed mixes I’ve heard in a while. Covers pretty much all bas(s)es. Glitch Hop, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass, Breaks, Dubstep, and Electro. Literally exactly what this blog is all about in an hour and fourty minutes.
This will be on heavy rotation for me for a WHILE.
Couldn’t really find out much about this “Wrong Chris” guy, except that he’s from Vancouver. Which is great.
I can’t really describe how I feel about this tune. I literally don’t have the words available in my vocabulary. Think I’m kidding? Listen to it yourself! This 3/4 bassline (something the world need so much more of btw) track features haunting vocals by Broken Social Scenes current lady vocalist Lisa Lobsinger, and stirs up a wealth of images that I hope I get a chance to capture for an upcoming video project (putting together a treatment now!). Until then, crank the speakers, sit back and wait for this to drop. Then smash something. Then cry about it.
I think you should also check out Me&Johns thugged out gangster edit of the Ducksauce hit ‘Barbara Streisand’. How do you thug out and gangsterize Barbara Streisand? replace her with British actor Michael Caine. Or at least impressions of him. Whatever. Oh, also if you don’t know who Michael Caine is, stop reading this blog immediately. You’re either too young, or borderline retarded.
Talented outfit Virtual Boy (Preston Walker and Henry Allen) out of the So Cal area under the guise of Steve Nalepa, are dropping a new EP on Feb 1, 2011 on Alpha Pup Records.
The last track “Mass” has an eerily cinematic sounding intro, almost something akin to a great revenge movie. Probably one of the most epic tracks I’ve heard in awhile. Here is the track they’ve offered up for free download from Soundcloud.
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