Thursday, February 24, 2005

Crunk vs Grime: Rules Out!

Well I've done it again, I was going to post a heads up that there was going to be a Lady Sovereign secret show, but I am 2 hours and 16 minutes too late for that. I lost track of the days. Anyway, at 8pm today She was scheduled to play at the Phonica Record Shop, at 51 Poland Street, Soho, London W1. It was free. I live in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada so I am lazy and have no concept of world time.

I've been joking around for a while about crunk vs. grime, but seriously, are the crunk guys gonna pack up their D & G luggage and head over to england to battle the grime scene? Only time will tell...

Lady Sovereign - Random (Brucker + Sinden mix)

This is the Brucker + Sinden mix of Random taken off the promo white label, I think I like the original version more, but I don't know if it's out yet. You can download the original version over at fluxblog, but this one seems to have a dirty Crunk beat. What could it all mean?

Click Here to buy this record from the Cantaloupe Group.

Fox n'Wolf!

Fox n'Wolf - Rules Out

What if Rob Halford got together with Terri Nunn of Berlin? What if they Just had Synth Guitars and drum machines and clever wit? They'd still be outclassed by Swedish duo Fox n'Wolf. Youth Alcoholic was my number one pick for best single of 2004, Rules Out is the B side of that single, and it is completely over the top. Fox n'Wolf sent me a poster with this record, and the poster looks like this song sounds, if that makes any sense. I need a digital camera to photograph this poster, because it is the most awesome thing I have ever seen.

Fox n'Wolf are also in the middle of recording new songs to put out on a new album, but they want to release it on a foreign label. If you are a foreign label boss you should definately get ahold of these kids.

Click Here to visit the official page of Fox n'Wolf.

Click Here to buy the Youth Alcoholic single.


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