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Saturday, July 01, 2006

SABAM, SABAM!

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Yeah, what Nick said!

Gutta's covered this CD...sorry to shadow ya, mate, but, basically, I just wanted to post these pictures, pervy git that I am:



"The Acid Sound of Eighty-Nine": brilliant!

This compiles some of the tracks from this and this, plus a few more, including, I think, one or two from V/Vm's 365 project. If you've never heard "I Wanna Fuck Miss Nicky Trax", then you've never lived.

It's a great, inexpensive, way to catch up w/ his earlier vinyls...got a feeling that Ade's been diggin' this too: looking forward to catching his thoughts on it.

"Fuck My Pussy" is the sound of human pleasure-circuits misfiring, then completely melting down: the drum sound that Vee brings in half-way thru is absolutely incredible, oh, and that onwards-rolling, uber-morbid bass-synth sound is mmmmbeautiful: cheesy yet disturbing..."Sabam-biem" is strangely lovely: the intro to the 12" of Sparks' "Number One Song in Heaven" relocated to a torture dungeon in West Kensington. But "The Acid Sausage"...you've got to fucking hear "The Acid Sausage"...



Totally recommended by both Nick and myself, and available from the V/VM Test Records Shop.



New Beat will never die!

13 Comments:

At 9:31 am, Blogger GTTRBRKZ said...

'New Beat will never die!'

Yes, it lives on in your, mine, and James Kirby's twisted little cerebral cortexes. We await the 8-page retro-special in The Wire with eager, and totally misguided, excitement.

But maybe is isn't all just going on in our heads - check this compilation at Warpmart...

http://www.warprecords.com/?mart=CX001

 
At 10:50 am, Blogger kek-w said...

The Wire's too 'sniffy' to cover New Beat, I reckon...

Thanks for the link, Nick...interesting that someone (other than us) thinks New beat is worthy of a nicely packaged retrospective. The thing I was thinking about last night was: is anyone other than James actually making any new New Beat, something that's moving the genre onwards...?

 
At 12:21 pm, Blogger doppelganger said...

Yeah - I reckon they missed out on the chance for a nice double CD keep it in the car retrospective - the ideal gift for Father's Day!

 
At 12:24 pm, Blogger GTTRBRKZ said...

Ed DMX, who did an EBM-influenced EP last year, tells me he's been fiddling with some New Beat ideas - 'better than the V/Vm stuff', he claims. I find that hard to believe, I mean, james' stuff is so fucking perfect...

 
At 12:27 pm, Blogger GTTRBRKZ said...

'a nice double CD keep it in the car retrospective'

fuck yeah! I'd buy that for a doller...

 
At 12:49 pm, Blogger kek-w said...

'a nice double CD keep it in the car retrospective'

I don't drive, so those cheesy porn samples would go down a treat w/ the wife ("Er, could we put something else on, pleeeeeese")
Yeah, James' stuff is pretty much perfect...it's sooo spot on w/ its references and influences, but it's taking the music somewhere fresh and disturbing....

Yeah, Ed DMX did that fake 'New Romantix' LP a few years back, so it'd be interesting to see what he's bring to the table; perhaps the more poppier, Confeti end of the genre, cos his beats used used to be v. 'clean' and electro-y...sorry if I'm doing you an injustice, Ed, I'm sure it would be appropriately gritty/doomy!!! :-)

I'd have a crack myself, but (a) I have absolutely no free time whatsoever (started doing some new music about 2 weeks ago and I'm getting nowhere fast cos of lack of time...) and (b) I'm shit.

 
At 2:25 pm, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

If you like cheesy samples...you should listen to 'Flexisex' - you'd love it.

 
At 5:33 pm, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

And you'd probably love 'Hey Baby' - Chia Pet. One of my fave songs.

 
At 6:44 pm, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

Been to the links for this song and can't seem to open them. Do you know how I can???

 
At 8:17 pm, Blogger kek-w said...

What links do you mean - on V/Vm's download page....?

 
At 8:19 pm, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

Yep...there are little headphones that you can click on and they don't work when I do it. Boo hoo.

 
At 8:41 pm, Blogger kek-w said...

Right-click on it, the 'Save target As'....which will then dump it onto yr hard-drive as an mp3, or, if you've got Quick-Time player on yr PC, it will open and play there and then.

As well as V/VM's recent New Beat productions, there is also a mix on his site of various original Belgian New Beat tunes from '88-'89, so if you're not familiar w/ the stuff (not many people were; it was overshadowed in the UK by Acid House and then the big Raves of 89-90...the BPMs were too slow for E'd-up UK ravers and people sniffed at it for being "cheesy"...)

 
At 7:13 pm, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

Thankyou...it works now.

 

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