Music Review: Vlad the Inhaler – First day of Summer
[themecolor]1) Louis Blaise “Love and Gwalla (Phillip D. Kick Remix)”[/themecolor]
Om Unit’s side-project, Phillip D. Kick, is putting a whole new edge on footwork with the pronouncement of jungle drumbeat infusions. This Louis Blaise original is remixed in the 160BPM count, and is reminiscent of what most consider Chicago footwerk music or juke. The extra broken beat percussion add a swing line layer to the dance that emulates a cyclical pattern. Very Dope
[themecolor]2) Minnesota’s Mash-up of Radiohead’s “Everything in its right place” and Dorrough’s “Ice Cream Paint Job” [/themecolor]
Mashups are often seen as a playful tribute of the original tracks involved. This song is the epitome of that as it adds a dance-ability to a song that otherwise would not be. It is most important that the songs make melodic sense and that the keys align. Minnesota delivers masterfully, to add; this song meshes two separate fan-bases of music and fuses them with the current dance phenomenon of dubstep. Very clever, kudos Christian!
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[themecolor]3)Eliot Lipp – Gettin’ Money (feat. Michal Menert)[/themecolor]
[themecolor]Catch all three of these artists at Crunchay Sunday at club TSI in Jacksonville, FL in the next upcoming weeks: Minnesota – 6/17 // Eliot Lipp – 7/22 // Om Unit – 8/26[/themecolor]