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  • The Caliph's Tea Party The Caliph's Tea Party Quick View

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    The Caliph's Tea Party

    For The Caliph's Tea Party, Gonjasufi assembled a collection of artists in his musical world and invited them to exchange ideas. In this spirit, the symbolic and musical centerpiece of the album, as well as its namesake, is the result of the mutual admiration formed between Gonjasufi and Broadcast and The Focus Group. A bewitching, drastic re-working of DedNd it takes the form of a suite of layered compositions and radiophonic transmissions.



    Elsewhere, reinterpretations from new talents shine while established artists continue to surprise. Mark Pritchard (Harmonic313, Africa Hitech) channels Ennio Morricone with epic orchestral dystopia on his remix of Ancestors while retaining the inherent gravity of Flying Lotus' original production. Young guns Shlomo and Jeremiah Jae eschew their labeling as beatmakers and tap into a fractured emotional core within Change and Holidays, respectively, giving them new leases on life as subtly mechanized melancholia. Bibio smooths out the rough edges of Candylane for a remix indebted to the 1980's R&B leftfield, while Brooklyn's Bear In Heaven and Oneohtrix Point Never deal in heavy motorik meditations and ethereal musique concrete.

    1. Ancestors ((Dreamtime) Mark Pritchard Rmx)
    2. Candylane (Bibio Remix)
    3. Ageing (Dam Mantle Remix)
    4. The Caliph's Tea Party (Broadcast & The Focus Group
    5. Kobwebz (Jeremiah Jae Remix)
    6. Love Of Reign (Bear In Heaven Remix)
    7. She's Gone (Oneohtrix Point Never Remix)
    8. Holidays (MRR Remix)
    9. Change (Shlohmo Remix)
    10. My Only Friend (Hezus Remix)
    11. DedNd (agdm Remix)
    12. SuzieQ (Dem Hunger Bowel Blood Remix)
    Gonjasufi
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  • Los Angeles Los Angeles Quick View

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    Los Angeles

    In the aftermath of the Los Angeles LP, Flying Lotus set out his stall at the vanguard of new bass music, remixed the likes of Stereolab and Radiohead and became a regular fixture in 2008's end of year polls.


    Now, with L.A. EP 3 X 3, the third and final piece of the accompanying EP series, FlyLo and a few friends explore the psychedelic ambience and dream-like elegance that brought such a vital depth to the album's soul.


    Two new Flying Lotus compositions, Endless White and Spin Cycles display his deft touch and unrivalled eye for beauty. Breakage's Testament turns Gonjasufi's quiet desperation into a tribal battle cry. But it is perhaps the collaboration with harpist Rebecca Raff that is most striking, revisioning Auntie's Harp into a swirling symphony of rolling arpeggios and piercing electronics.

    1 - Brainfeeder

    2 - Breathe . Something/Stellar STar

    3 - Beginners Falafel

    4 - Camel

    5 - Melt!

    6 - Comet Course

    7 - Orbit 405

    8 - Golden Diva

    9 - Riot

    10 - GNG BNG

    11 - Parisian Goldfish

    12 - Sleepy Dinosaur

    13 - RobertaFlack (feat. Dolly)

    14 - SexSlaveShip

    15 - Auntie's Harp

    16 - Testament (feat. Gonja Sufi)

    17 - Aunties Lock/Infinitum (feat. Laura Darlington)

    Flying Lotus
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  • Angels & Devils Angels & Devils Quick View

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    Angels & Devils

    It's after the end of the world, don't you know that yet...


    With recent reports from various think tanks predicting we have somewhere in the range of 15 years left before the collapse of society begins, it would seem like Kevin Martin's sonic predictions of dystopian London that were set out on 2008's London Zoo were pretty accurate. And if we are in fact declining rapidly to chaos, there's no better time then the present to take the focus of that sonic assault from earthly domains and blast it to the netherworlds above and below.


    The aforementioned London Zoo is where Kevin Martin, found his true voice. Pulling the fringes into a collective, unilaterally hateful assault. A psychological warfare driven by bass that on one hand captured a moment of London, yet also encapsulated a global message influenced by years of timeless and classic out-music.


    The latest offering from the The Bug, Angels & Devils, escapes the London cage, drawing on it for influence yet blowing it up into a world-view now seen from Kevin Martin's new Berlin home. A record that simultaneously draws on London Zoo, completes a triptych cycle which started with his Bug debut Pressure, and fills the spaces between and inserts what was missing previously. Both a year zero re-set and a continuation of what has been. Like the Bowie/Eno classic Low, or Can's Tago Mago, the album is split into two distinct themes and explorations of light & dark. Bringing the angel & devil voices together under a single common banner. Antagonist at times, but not solely for the sake of being antagonistic, there's a beauty and lush sparseness to be found within, even when at its most chaotic. Truly only The Bug could find the common ground between Liz Harris (of Grouper) & Death Grips and make it seamless. Angels & Devils stretches the polarity of its predecessor in both directions simultaneously and is even more extreme for its new found seductiveness and added intensity. Deep space is explored, and physical assault is administered. In these days of YouTube quick fixes, and single tune memory spans, its a joy to witness Martin actually charting a cohesive narrative that rejoices in celebrating life through sonic sex and violence, beauty and ugliness. This is an audio thriller that delights in pursuing its own singular path/vision.


    With the Angel side(s) up first, things kick off with Liz Harris (of Grouper) in the submerged lushness that is Void. Followed by contributions from ex Hype Wiliams half copeland (Fall), the blissed out patois of touring partner Miss Red (Mi Lost), two truly zoned Bug instrumentals, and rounded out by Gonjasufi on Save Me. It's a collection of heady, dubbed out cinematic blissfulness with a lurking darkness before giving way to devils...


    Devils leads off with the return of long time collaborator Flowdan on the mic and the guitar of Justin Broadrick (Godflesh / Jesu) bringing a complete about face to the proceedings and setting the tone with The One. Roll Deep's Manga steps up next with the instant Bug classic Function, which is being currently smashed on dubplate, by Mala, Kahn and Logan Sama. Death Grips raise the antagonistic bar with Fuck A Bitch. Flowdan & Justin Broadrick come back for the cinematic death crawl of Fat Mac. Warrior Queen steps in for hands down the nastiest vocal she's ever delivered (which is saying a lot) for Fuck You, and finally Flowdan steps up again to round it all off with a Devils battle cry of sorts dirty, fuck that murky....


    The concept is completed by the artistic expression it's packaged in, courtesy of Simon Fowler (Cataract). Known for his work for Sunn O))), Earth, and others, Simon has delivered a stunning hand drawn illustration, that sort that would make Bosch proud, showing the duality of the proceedings.


    Utopian/dystopian, black/white, complexity/singularity, negative/positive... Angels/Devils.

    1. Void (Featuring Liz Harris)
    2. Fall (Featuring copeland)
    3. Ascension
    4. Mi Lost (Featuring Miss Red)
    5. Pandi
    6. Save Me (Featuring Gonjasufi)
    7. The One (Featuring Flowdan)
    8. Function (Featuring Manga)
    9. Fuck a Bitch (Featuring Death Grips)
    10. Fat Mac (Featuring Flowdan)
    11. Fuck You (Featuring Warrior Queen)
    12. Dirty (Featuring Flowdan)
    The Bug
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