Have you heard of a group that create an exclusive track for a mix CD AND make their own video that scratches it all up? Hexstatic lay down the
elements of their dope electro sound on this preview from Solid Steel's Hexstatic: Listen & Learn. The visual masters are premiering the album with a night of 3D visuals timed to the music! Surely a worldwide clubbing first!
BBCi Jazz voted Jaga Jazzist their LP of the year & if you haven't seen this video that was voted "office favourite" by myvillage.com and all over MTV Europe then you dont know what youre missing. Just imagine "Herbie Hancock 1970's, Tortoise and Stereolab's post-rock guitar blues, Squarepusher's lunatic jazz electronica and mangled rhythm". Directed by AFF! - a Norwegian video web collective.Jaga Jazzist - Animal Chin Track /Title Watch Watch Download Real Media Windows Media Windows Media Video - Mr. Scruff - Sweetsmoke
Mr Scruff wrote this little story and drew all the pictures himself. It has something to do with fish. And pies. That fly. We think. It's animated. It's crazy. It's "Sweetsmoke". Huh?Mr. Scruff - Sweetsmoke Track /Title Watch Watch Download Real Media Windows Media Windows Media Video -
"Like Charles Mingus with Aphex Twin up his arse". Not sure we can top that! Lithuania doesnt tell you where Jaga Jazzist are from - it tells
you where they're at - the bachelor pad somewhere between Norway and Iceland frozen in time from a classic sixties thriller.
Solid Steel mixes are known world wide for their sampledelic quality and groove-ular beat factor. No exception here - this exclusive track created for the second Solid Steel presents: Hexstatic "Listen & Learn". 'This
vigorous mini-history of DJing gains immediate entry to the premier league of mix CDs. It's the way they tell them, the emotions are engaged as well as the booty' **** Q Magazine
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