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...After gazing at the red triangle for an hour or so, it revealed: In With the Old by Sibot Released in 2007 under Jarring Effects, Catalog#: FX 070. Truly amazing...
2 Nov 2007, 14:24 de solipsisticasthttp://solipsisticnation.com/images/photo-crosseyedpainless.jpg
The set for this week’s solipsistic NATION clustered around songs that had a kind of fractured funkiness to them. And as the playlist started to form there was something familiar to the songs. It took me a while to grok exactly what that familiarity was but then it hit me: all the songs in the playlist reminded me of the stuttering grooves the Talking Heads captured on their classic album, Remain in Light.
But that got me thinking, what is it about songs that are off kilter and offbeat songs that are so funky? I love James Brown and Fela Kuti but even though they laid down some monster grooves there weren’t too many surprises. You knew where the song was going to take you. I think that’s exactly why quirky bands like the Talking heads are so appealing. The funk is still funky but it’s just off enough to keep you on your toes. And the funk never cut loose entirely, which creates tension in the music.
When you listen to today’s show, bust a groove. Kind of.
29 May 2007, 13:55 de SHADYLAMPSibot who? Sibot, dude – the other half of the Real Estate Agents, that hip-hop DJ, the machinist who’s finger-flicking good grooves prove that Electronica IS music. Here’s your chance to find out why Cape Town’s underground covets this imaGenius.
In With The Old is his second solo album, a sartorial satire of disco meets street. Fashioning melodies out of real instruments, he pleats them neatly with electro beats deeper than dungeons. For a sycophantic stitching of goody two shoes, deep, grunting grooves and playful voice samples laden with a bitta bitter irony, it’s quite a comment on Cape Town’s contemporary music scene. See if you can hear what’s between the beats. Seems Closet Snare is rubbing off on the man with as many fingers as ideas coz this is an audio fusion and a welcome Jazz intrusion into Electronica.