Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Beck - Autobahn Hologram

...found by el Bertini on his Soundcloud site, Beck dropped this mashtastic mixtape earlier today, it's a laminated miasma colliding on the bavarian trans expressway with american analog and voicemail emeritus... alabama nukes, rhineland jukes, pony tailed arch dukes, and the anatomically correct scapegoat...

...*well, not really exclusive as such, just the latest zeitgeist defining exercise in music/marketing from our favourite christian scientist, Beck Hansen, the first in a genre hoppin, jaw droppin mixtape series called PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE...

Thursday, 25 June 2009

Dylan Mashed

...here's one found by carpy on a french site HERE, it's DJ ToToM's Dylan Mashed, which goes, as mashups often do, from the sublime to the ridiculous, sometimes dizzyingly in the same tune...

Saturday, 20 June 2009

DubTek Chila

...More dubstep, drum&bass, and electronic chilled out madness from our man up country, ol' Leeroy...

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Street Knowledge

...in the first in a new series of mixes culled from the pages of the Pitchfork 500, the Carpmeister throws down this slab of Hip-Hop Street Knowledge, produced for da filter by enrique...

...straight outta compton - n.w.a.
rebel without a pause - public enemy
just 2 get a rep - gang starr
it was a good day - ice cube
mind playin tricks on me - geto boys
it ain't hard to tell - nas
4th chamber - gza
blue flowers - dr octagon
gin n juice - snoop doggy dogg
i got 5 on it - luniz
hypnotize - the notorious b.i.g.
big pimpin - jay-z
nutmeg - ghostface killah
ante up - m.o.p.
get by - talib kweli
what you know - t.i.
flashing lights - kanye west
a milli - lil' wayne


Saturday, 13 June 2009

4 to the Floor

...Minimal -Tech -Deep House from the BurtMeister...
...Flamingo (Rui Da Silva remix) - The Cube
The Realm (accapella)
Township Funk (Ashley Beedle's Africanz On Mars re-edit) - Dj Muiava
Do You Remember ? feat D-Ham (Kink remix) - El Prevost
Chime - Orbital
Nothing2Step2 (Idiotproof remix) - Thunderheist
Pequeno Robin - Davide Ventrella
Watermelons - Red Roker
My Fake feat Fabio - Dodo Martino
Here I Am - Jaffa Surfa
Static Solution - Broken Logik
Never Let U Back (Christian Alvarez Hypnotic Trumpet Mix) - U-Ness
Blue Horizon (dub mix) - Idiotbox
I Need You Now (accapella) - Sinnamon
Laugh - Larry Levan...

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Lioness vs the Nazz

...ROLL UP! ROLL UP!! ROLL UP!!!......we're down andy's sh'been in the holy headland to witness the spectacle, live without a net, the super heavyweight knockout bout of the century for ALL you cats out there... in the RED corner over here we got local heroes LIONESS!... and over there in the GOLD corner we got the NAZZ!... take it away, JDK...

...with Lioness on the ropes and the Nazz reeling, up steps local Dread and Ami from the big smoke in the GREEN corner...


Friday, 5 June 2009

Sonic Youth vs Dinosaur Jr

...HUGE excitement here at da filter, we got TWO NEW PRE-RELEASE downloads for ya, still haven't heard em myself yet, but they're on the way, just wanna SHARE the BOOTY, anyway, here's the blurb and the links...

Sonic Youth, who ended their 18-year partnership with Geffen Records last year to join New York indie label Matador, seem to be taking advantage of their new label's notoriously hands-off attitude: "[It has] heavy ass weirdo hooks," guitarist/vocalist Thurston Moore told Billboard.com of the group's yet-to-be titled 16th album, expected to drop this summer.

"We're super inspired to make a fresh start. We're glad to be dealing with a label that loves songs," Moore said of Matador. However, the rocker confirmed "we're still Sonic Youth -- I still don't know how to play the guitar."


If “Beyond” was Dinosaur Jr’s return to form, “Farm” is proof that this band continues to deliver rock worth cranking to 11. At times wholly 70’s guitar-epic, at other times perfect for sitting by a babbling brook with Joni and Neil, “Farm” encompasses Dinosaur Jr.’s signature palette - soaring and distorted guitar, unshakable hooks, honey-rich melodies, with songs that get into your head and, bouncing around happily, stay there.

The ear-catching “Plans” is nearly 7 minutes of classic whipped-topping rock dessert, whilst “I Don’t Wanna Go There” is a meat-and-potatoes main dish, mixing unapologetic lead guitar with straight-ahead delivery a la James Gang or Humble Pie. These two tunes round out twelve tracks propelled by the unique energy of one of America’s greatest living rock bands hitting their stride.


...just arrived, mmmmm, CRANK IT UP!...