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Dj Food.

dvs

TRIBE Promoter
brilliant.

some crazy mashups there too!! excellent narrative as well. great find.

kind of like listening to the narrative of 'scratch' (the documentary), 'the history of new music' with alan cross and the 'new music' all in one seamless mix. nicely done.

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gsnuff

TRIBE Promoter
You know what? I totally appreciate the scope of this project but I think Cassetteboy does a better job of this without trying to provide a concise bracketing of the cut-up.

Regardless, part three and part four of this are pretty damn good.
 

mutslaster

TRIBE Member
has anyone else read words and music by paul morley?

probably one of the most eye-opening, crazy music books i've ever read.
 

chooch

TRIBE Member
hmmm

i think dj foods would be odd things like black pizzas that looked like records...or eat headphone muffins for breakfast.
 
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gsnuff

TRIBE Promoter
Originally posted by Bass-Invader
anyone have a .cue file for this?
Isn't the idea of a .cue file for this kind of counterproductive to what the project is demonstrating?
 

Red Star Rising

TRIBE Promoter
I think this was on solid steel one time (if not a mix very simler), Wow, Dj food played at of the first parties I ever went too (Steath at Warehouse (before it got kool.. and german?) along with Vadim and Kid Koala in 97. Ninja Tune rules the soundwaves! if you like this, you should try and track down a show cbc did last year called "the wire" It was a history of electricty and music... really good...
 
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