Posts tagged brainfeeder
flying lotus // AntiVJ
SYNDICATE X LOW END THEORY X BRAINFEEDER (Directors Cut)
What an insane weekend. Inked in my mind, bass-face and in my fingertips, the skunk-y scent i adore, the sticky icky i secretly love. How amazing to (rightfully) enjoy a small huff-puff on the rooftops of music al dante while smiling to the wind, braving the bearable cold and all this with a massive film-crew spotlight in the background. Peace!
There’s just something about left-handed artists, and i see my friends! That night looked awesome!
A montage of the night at Le Petit Social with Jeremiah Jae and Teebs.
Shot by A.B., Jae, Teebs in Paris.
Yellow K-60 Soft Tip by Krink.
Thanks to Julien Julien
Track: “Everyone Was There”
Free Download: http://soundcloud.com/jeremiahjae/everyone-was-there
I’m glad he finally has a release!!! Been on this guy since listening to a bunch of his tracks in a sample in 2009 and ever since, i’ve just been finding myself wanting more of that glitch-riding beat stuff from LA that he does so well, no mess, just smooth sonic travels with his machines.
But this was back before i decided to (accidentally) lose all my music in my computer, arg, tough days, TOUGH DAYS. Just thinking about it gives me flashing nightmares on wheels and these wheels keep going on and on, like a bad synth-pop song you’ve overheard while just at the 7/11 buying cigarettes and it’s stuck as Nosferatu but in your mind, the worst!
To fast-forward to today, i can only say that everytime that happens (i hope never, NEVER again) it calls for a fresh start and with that, i have been grateful! Now, on to this swanky, spanking new shiz!
2. Forest Dark
4. Needs Deodorant
5. Toe Jam
6. Punch The Troll In The Neck
7. Vibrations (Alternate)
Teebs - ‘Why Like This’, from debut album ‘Ardour’ (Brainfeeder)
“Teebs has such a unique and tender magic, as an artist, as a producer and as a human being…He’s a gifted and rare kind…”
- Mary Anne Hobbs
Teebs is also the 1st artist to be revealed for Lunchmeat Festival - AV Extravaganza Vol. 2. I can’t wait.