Seth Troxler - The Lab Release Date Label NRK Catalog NRK "Go That Deep" has been one of those records that comes along every once in a while, wafting in like a breath of fresh air in a music scene busting with productions of differing quality.
Starting life as a downtempo song from Italy's Nufrequency, and picking up legendary deep house status from Webster, the track was also propelled to the fore, courtesy of great club remixes from Redanka and Skylark. And so we leave the last word on "Go That Deep" perhaps , to Paul Woolford, a remixer who was chomping at the bit to tackle the quite difficult task of remixing a future classic. Wooly has gone for the jugular on his two mixes here, utilising a part of the original vocal from Shara Nelson, and laying down a heavy and epic production that will certainly grab your ears.
Very techno, very big, and hopefully a remix that will blow the socks off the party massive when dropped at the right moment. We Are Raggamuffin. STP Collected. Crazy For You. Totally Dubwise Recordings. That sound is a hypnotic blend of ragga influences, jungle vibes and rolling, bassy tones of the type that blow up Bristol dancefloors on an almost daily basis. The flipside is equally good and, amidst our terrible weather and Storm Dennis, it's making us wish it was summertime.
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Even with social media dominating communication and life in general, people still make notes, print flyers, and even write letters.
Yost is there to snag them from a quick death and immortalize their contents in his comics. Apparently, someone hopes to get paid for teaching Spanish but is off the mark.
He conjured up art from it: a tongue-in-cheek, yet sympathetic, work of fiction. Yost is in tune with his characters.
He has a way of depicting the chilling mix of fright and despair from down-and-out city dwellers. The comic ends with one last beauty of found art that neatly shoves the knife deeper into the wound. It would be interesting to add even more found items and have them interact even deeper with his comics narrative. That said, Yost has brought to life a very authentic world that he can keep building upon. Yost, and published by Birdcage Bottom Books. The theme in that book is food and eating.
He describes it and explains how he deals with it. He uses the comics medium to great effect to discuss a complex issue. Add Mr. I had the honor to interview Alex Robinson regarding his comic about his eating disorder through e-mail. Here is that interview:. Yost, where you are publicly candid about having an eating disorder for the first time.
What motivated you to participate and create such a personal work? The track he was asked to remix is called Superteng and is their follow up track from the hugely successful album in East London. Superteng is set to drop on April 1st and comes with a remix from Benny Page and Mo Matic plus someone else.
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