Skillz are skills, and he’s bringing them to you easily. Oh, and he’s got a sweet dog, we love dogs! In July he released Beat Tape Vol 1.
Brighton’s Mute Speakers (Rob O’Hara) provides sample laced “jazz-hop” of the finest order.
I could easily throw in the ‘for such a youth” qualifier before every bold statement, but I’m not going to. L.B. sets them up, knocks them down, nothing else but quality sample driven jamz here.
These are the folks that took me out of my own creations, and allowed me to just be a fan of music again, something I honestly misplaced and the reason I do this site. So cheers to all of you for making this last year fun for us, we appreciate it.
Auraloop aka L. is making high gravity ill ish out of San Fran. Like a movie with real characters and a plot that relies on the script, not the special effects.
Bring your goggles and some flippers, this whole EP is riddled with bubbles, star fish, and the costume imagination mermaid that finds you whirling the underbelly of an Alice in Wonderland sea ride. The new album is on 3 bucks on his bandcamp page.
If ever there was an anthem to run outside getting your neighbors to sing with you, this might be it. The thrill of this song, with its classic vocal riff sample, that sounds like some old classic house throw back joints I used to spin on the decks, but this is the hip/hop version.
Hip-Hop is one of those genre’s you can go back to at any time and feel the same exact way you did when you first listened. Its something I love a great deal, similar to Reggae, you know what you’re getting, and if done right, hardly anything is better. Which is what I find on Lostpoet’s tunage.