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Friday, November 12, 2004

DIGITAL MYSTIKZ

Something I picked up a couple weeks ago that I keep meaning to mention is the 'new' Digital Mystikz twelve: a beautifully-broody example of Substep/FWD/Croydon Beatz (or whatever we're calling it this week...).

I reckon the two tracks on the B-Side (sorry, still keep referring to these recorded-music artifacts in old-fashioned physical terms) are the ones to check on this plate: "Mawo Dub" and "Da Wrath": Chunky, low-slung, minimal percussive-funk with de-pitched string-flourishes and an oppressive post-Richard H. Kirk flava that I just know Nick Gutterbreakz will dig.

Available from Big Apple Records.

CHUCKY GETS LUCKY

Visited the garage earlier this evening only to discover that the music to "Bride of Chucky" was scored by Graham 'SPK' Revell. Fantastic.

And Brad Dourif too. What else d'ya want from a film, huh?

HOT-LINE TO HEAVEN

This seems as good a time as any to post some pictures of Bananarama:







No Auto-Critique; no Post-Ironic Reassessment; no Re-contexturalisation...

Just Pure Pop Perfection.