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Hoodie & James K

065 (Scorpio)

The dubby street-soul-downbeat jam ‘Scorpio’ and its drifting ambient electric anagram, ‘Ether,’ are brought to you by Hoodie x James K. Hoodie is Naemi and Shy: Naemi is a Berlin-based artist whose work encompasses a broad range of sonic aesthetics and philosophies of musical composition by way of a handful of aliases. Their focus in the past few years has slowly shifted more into the vein of classic songwriting, implementing more organic instrumentation and vocals, via collaborations such as Hoodie and Baby Bong, as well as material released under their own name. Shy is Michigan born, Berlin based resident DJ at Kwia. Aka Caveman LSD, fka uon & Ghostride The Drift.

James K releases on Incienso, AD 93 and PAN, among others, and continue to operate her label She Rocks! K provides shows for NTS, has collaborated with artists such as Yves Tumor, Beta Librae, Drew McDowall, crimeboys, and slayed her band SETH twice. She produces music that makes temporary haven for indomitable lyrics – and these are in constant flux. 


STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Ad 93 are on a roll! Another subversive thriller from the maverick label who seem quite content releasing whatever the hell they want - be it scuzzy industrial, ethereal synth pop, or in this case - a dubby downbeat streetsoul jam!

TRACK LISTING

Scorpio
Ether

Venus Ex Machina

Lux

It's the new year and time for a new sound, so give this winner from Whities alumni Venus Ex Machina a go. Assembled out of digital incantations, choral ambience, layered electronics and no input mixer scree, this warped and weird fusion of gnarly EBM, tough techno and out-there electronica is billed as a requiem for an Earth beset by environmental change. 
Upon an initial listen to the squirming acid and rabid drum boxes of "Quaraquara", I was pretty sure I'd missed my meds this morning, and by the middle of the eerie "Paraquat" the paranoia had seriously taken hold. Still, the polyrhythms and 303 of "Nacht" are on hand to help you dance your troubles away before "Mysterium" and "Grace" offer a little EBM and techno respectively. 'Elephant' serves precise percussion and subtle sound design, before 'Bloodmoon' and 'Avril' sign off with otherworldly ambience. Deep and dope folks.


STAFF COMMENTS

Patrick says: Tessellating between techno, industrial, EBM and electronica, the menacing 'Lux' is the perfect soundtrack for life right now. Totally fucked in the most appropriate way.

TRACK LISTING

Quaraquara
Paraquat
Nacht
Mysterium
Grace
Elephant
Bloodmoon
Avril


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