Sly and Robbie

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Who loves ya, baby?
Here's the Vladislav Delay thing, if anyone's curious.
 

Leo

Well-known member
the online samples on that haven't grabbed me, seemed missing the best aspects of each. maybe if it was less noisy and experimental (ie, more S&R, less VD).
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
Yeah, it's weird. Some of it just sounds like noise (in a bad way), but some of it's cool. It sounds very Boomkat though. I doubt I'll ever listen again.
 

Leo

Well-known member
I'll give it another try.

I know what you mean about Boomkat, although they carry lots of good stuff too. I'm missing the Low Company website and emails already. So much interesting stuff I got turned on to by them.
 

version

Who loves ya, baby?
Yeah, it feels very on-brand for Boomkat. Dub, noise etc. You can imagine them referring to it as "seriously heavy gear" or something.
 

martin

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This is one of my favourite dub albums (though I guess technically it's more of an instrumental album with mild dub FX...but whatever). All vocal introductions by the indefatigable JAH THOMAS, a man whose voice should be bottled to cure hangover paranoia.


 

john eden

male pale and stale
There was an excruciating interview with them on The BBC R4 Today Programme when they worked with Sinead O’Connor.
 
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