"This time I wanted to include some of the up and coming people’s tracks that I think you should know about. Also wanted to make a set of tracks that I would like to listen as mix at home (+ my own stuff of course). Couldn’t fit everything on this mix that I wanted, next time then. Big ups everybody who has sent me tracks, I appreciated a lot." - Mikael
LAS destroyed this dance. Recorded live April 27th, 2013 at the House of Yes (before the NYPD’s current assault on the underground began). Much gratitude to LAS for letting us record and share this, but mainly for helping us stencil and fold all those brooklyn pizza boxes. Event Page —> http://on.fb.me/1bWCYhg | Low Frequency With Decency.
1.Kha’en - HiriHara 2.Strafe - Klaus 3.Ghost Tapes - El Mahdy Jr 4.Pseudooo - Gantz 5.Unity - El Mahdy Jr 6.Kulture Promotion - El Mahdy Jr 7.Look To The East - Alphadub 8.BOKE RIDDIM - El Mahdy Jr 9.Fixed Action Pattern (dub) - Surgeon 10.Vodalaz - KINK 11.Black Sun - Gantz & El Mahdy Jr 12.125-05 - Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit 13.Dar-e-Sada - El Mahdy Jr & Jabu 14.Accordion - Madvillain 15.Kasket - El Mahdy Jr ft. Ethnique Punch 16.Float - El Mahdy Jr 17.Untitled - Unknown
“If the breakbeat is the genetic code of digital music, its basic yet complex DNA, then jungle is the secret technology of gene-splicing sound, the unofficial science of rhythm hacking sonic molecules into polypercussive grafts. An impossible but utterly standard hybrid such as ragga and ambient, for instance, in which the voice of Buju Banton rasps over the pastoral drift of Mike Oldfield, feels like the musical equivalent of hearing a centaur with chromium hoofs running down an up escalator. By retreating to the studio bunker and exploring the possibilities of the breakbeat when every other genre thought it was a Newtonian dodo, jungle has released astonishing music that will inevitably recombinate and mutate the rhythmic DNA of all other music.”—[text] A Guy Called Gerald Article: i-D - Dark Angel (1995)