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Phylum Sinter’s debut LP for MMR ‘Detroit Nocturnes’ is released today, March 2nd 2010 via IODA distribution and available at all good online stores.
You can get a free download of ‘Before The Sun Blinds Us’ (featuring vocals by Tamara Finlay) below.
If you like it then check out the rest of this great album.
“Before The Sun Blinds Us (feat. Tamara Finlay)” (mp3)
from “Detroit Nocturnes”
(MMR – Middle Management Recordings)
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More On This Album
Promo tracks for Phylum Sinter’s forthcoming LP ‘Detroit Nocturnes’ are beginning to appear in various places.
One of these – ‘Before The Sun Blinds Us’ features vocalist Tamara Finlay and appears on the 200th episode of the excellent ‘Chillcast’ with Anji Bee. Check out this great mix, which also includes great tracks by Groove Armada feat. Bryan Ferry and new material from Massive Attack. Congratulations to Anji on reaching such a milestone!
Detroit Nocturnes will be released worldwide on March 2nd 2010 via IODA distribution USA. Full tracklisting and details will follow soon.
And yet more good reviews come in for ‘Proper Horror Show’, Prince Kong’s quintessential dosage of dub grime nastiness.From Boomkat.com… What do you get if you cross the DJ Producer with Diplo and The Bug? Maybe something close to Prince Kong on ‘Proper Horror Show’. After a couple of storm-troopin ragga cuts for Alphabet Set and !Kaboogie Records he’s made an even more uncompromising effort for the newly minted Ghetto Quietly label, reeling between bushwacka Ragga-gabber on ‘Angsta’ feat Jah Balance, to hyper-Soca rinseouts featuring MC Quilombola on ‘Whailt’ and ‘Cazz’. It’s fair to say there’s not really owt around like this so it’s the finest example of this style that you’re going to find. boomkat.com … and Kong also has several other releases on the go at present. This is what the nice chaps at Wire magazine had to say about one of these in the October ’09 edition… “Cool single mixing classic reggae topping with a screwed up industrial underlayer. The tension between the forces is hypnotic.” Proper Horror Show is available as download and 2×12 inch vinyl from all good stores.
MMR’s new sister label Ghetto Quietly launches in Dublin this weekend with a rock solid line up of Prince Kong, Bluefood and A-Force peddling their sonic wares along with various MCs.
Prince Kong’s ‘Proper Horror Show’ on 2 x 12 inch vinyl will be the label’s first release and expect much of the material from this release to feature in Kong’s set.
Dublin based Ghetto Quietly will concentrate on limited runs of vinyl for local artists… thus far: Prince Kong, Bluefood and A-Force. Expect GQ vinyls to coincide roughly with MMR digital download releases for these Irish artists.
Perhaps not so much a sister label as a bastard cousin.. the one your Mom never wanted you to hang out with as they were from the wrong side of the tracks!
Ian Neal now has his own fan page on myspace. The new page can be found at…http://www.myspace.com/shiningreallybrightly Also, Ian’s own myspace page can be found at http://www.myspace.com/ianneal Here is a free promo track from Ian’s forthcoming album “All In The Golden Afternoon…” which is due out very shortly on Middle Management Recordings. “Kingdom Of The Birds” has already been played on UK national radio (BBC Radio 1) and appeared on the highly acclaimed compilation “A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding In Your Mind – Volume 1″ by DJ’s Amporphous Androgynous a.k.a. Future Sound of London. ["Quite simply the best compilation album ever!" TIME OUT, LONDON.]
Our man Prince Kong has a free track to download on top music site indiefeed.com.
‘Outside’ is from the ‘Proper Horror Show’ ep and features the vocals of MC’s Tommy Trouble and Jammys Studio (Jamaica) originator – Eccleton Jarrett… available now from all good online retailers via IODA distribution
Prince Kong – ‘Proper Horror Show’ (LimeWire Review)
Kings of club music have been known to pop up all across the globe, from London to Berlin to Detroit and beyond, but who would have guessed that the next big innovator in dance music would emerge from Dublin? Sure enough, Prince Kong came blasting out of Ireland in early ’09 with the “Crossroads” single and I Make Me Rigid EP. Following up the latter, Proper Horror Show offers eight more tracks of the unrelenting dance-floor attack for which Kong is quickly becoming famous. The Prince Kong style is a syncretic one that brings together elements of dubstep, grime, jungle, and ragga, swirling them together to create a new paradigm that’s somehow bigger than the sum of its parts. Kong’s buzzing bass beats, in-your-face breaks, and stark, dance-or-die atmospheres set the scene in no uncertain terms, but just as important to Proper Horror Show’s sound are the guest vocalists who command the forefront on each track, including Jah Balance, MC Rodrigo, and perhaps most impressive of all, Lady Grew, who almost steals the show from Kong on “Whatcha” and “Marchfloor.”
(By Jim Allen, LimeWire Store)
MMR001 Prince Kong – I Make Me Rigid, Released March 17th, 2009
10 tracks of aural assault. Available iTunes, eMusic, Amazon, Napster, LimeWire and all good music stores. Ragga, rave, techno, breakcore, death metal for the masses.
04. Fat Girls
07. Dark Days
09. Fuck Your Doggg
10. Solo For Four