Yesterday, I was tuned into Rinse FM and was lucky enough to catch Plastician‘s live set. Of course Rinse has the set available to download for anyone who missed out. This is essential listening for fans of dubstep & grime. Also, make sure to keep watch for his upcoming release on Trouble & Bass, out soon.
Prepare to be abducted and taken on an intergalactic dubstep and drum & bass journey through space and time… or at least get ready to feel that way.
TROWA is a pair of earth-based travelers, who through the transcendence of time, have manifested a physical carbon copy of themselves here in present day. Through quantum existence they are able to remain on both an extragalactic planet in the year 3003, as well as here in this galaxy. TROWA spawned from an ancient earth civilization, whose direct contact with extra terestial DNA affected their biological makeup, creating a unique hybrid found nowhere else in the universe.
TROWA is here to help galvanize the potential of a great consciousness shift in humankind, necessary to overcome the tyranny of a New Galactic Order that would otherwise send the residents of earth into a 1000 year downward spiral. Through their manipulation of sound waves, TROWA takes form through many styles, channeling high-energy music that elevates listeners beyond the construct of society’s bullshit.
Whether you believe TROWA are from a distant planet in the year 3003 or not, there’s no denying their music sounds like it. Their remix of Cassius‘ latest single I ♥ U So (one of my favorite tunes at the moment) is worthy of being an official remix. It’s true to the original, yet still manages to bring a completely new and unexpected sound to the song.
I’ve been meaning to post this for a while now, but kinda been loafin on it. Alexander Nut was on deck at last month’s Crooked Tongues Tenth Anniversary BBQ. Mr. Nut threw down nothing but pure classic hip-hop gems. From A Tribe, Dilla, The Wu, Big L, Nas and plenty of others including a bit of current day grime (Oh my God.. it’s D Double [E]!..). Consider this an essential mix for the true hip-hop heads. Also make sure to check out the UK Godfather selector of dancehall, David Rodigan‘s BBQ mix of classic reggae, dancehall, and exclusive dubplates on Spine Radio.