Pages

Wednesday, 30 December 2009

4 & 3

Even if queuing for a good five minutes to be next in line for the service of the bar-keep, I never question abandoning my eighth vodka red bull to go ape shit with the boys to this.

4. DJ Fresh - Hypercaine (Nero Dubstep Mix) [Mediafire]

MSTRKRFT are, fundamentally, an evolution of Death From Above 1979 and are, as their name suggests, masters of their craft. 'Fist of God', their second studio album, is a very distinctive record within the electronic/dance system with nine of the eleven tracks heavily influenced by Jesse's grimey, bass-heavy DFA 1979 essence. Without the two anomaly tracks, the album is one giant weapon to any true industrial-rave hunter. If played in the right place at the right time, tracks such as 'It Ain't Love', 'Bounce', 'Vuvuvu' and 'Click Click' can make a right sweaty mess on the dancefloor.
Root around in the dirt and you'll find MSTRKRFT's secondary member, AI-P (producer of DFA 1979's album 'You're a Woman, I'm a Machine'), bringing his lighter, less daunting electro-pop juice into melodic songs 'Breakaway' and 'Heartbreaker'. The latter, featuring the vocals of John Legend, tells the poignant and all too familiar tale of romantic confusion; when you're besotted with someone and think the feeling is mutual, you couldn't be more wrong; listen to your mates; a story I'm sure most can affiliate with.
I had to check at least twelve times that this little piece of brillianace was definitely a song attributed to the dense work of MSTRKRFT. It is and it fills me up big time.

3. MSTRKRFT Feat. John Legend - Heartbreaker [Mediafire]

Tomorrow is the big one.

No comments:

Post a Comment