Downtempo, instrumental hiphop, ambient, etc. Swampy beats.
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This post was updated on 2020/10/05.
- Neotropic / Girls At The Seaside 00:03
- Neotropic / New Cross 00:32
- The Future Sound Of London / Her Face Forms In Summertime 05:45
- Rising Sun Systems / I Was Born In A Valley Of Freaks 09:00
- Necros / Dirty Walk 13:03
- Voigt Kampff / Move That Fishy Body 16:17
- Coco Bryce / Hotaru 18:25
- Luke Vibert / Music Called Jazz 20:42
- Red Snapper / Bussing 24:03
- Hong Kong Express / Deja Vu 28:57
- Hong Kong Express / Watching 30:58
- DJ Krush / 85 Loop 32:51
- Coco Bryce / Kyoko 34:55
- We™ / Rain In Spain 36:29
- U.N.I. / Swamp Thing 38:34
- Jacob / Scene 3 42:32
- Cylob / Jeepin' 44:03
- Secret Frequency Crew / Black Moss Caves Part 1 45:57
- Neotropic / Joe Luke 51:21
The two opening tracks and the closing track are from Neotropic's excellent album White Rabbits. I picked up the 2xLP release in a used bin about five years ago; it took several years for me to appreciate it. Now I love it - Joe Luke, in particular is awesome. I don't see Neotropic talked about often enough. I have their first two albums and White Rabbits, and they're all good. There's even a new album, The Absolute Elsewhere, released just a few days ago.
About halfway into selecting music for this set I noticed a swamp & monsters theme. The songs Swamp Thing, Fishy Body, Valley Of Freaks, Moss Caves, etc. As I said on COM, I like to think the character Swamp Thing would appreciate this music.
I have only one major complaint with this mix: the transition from 85 Loop to Kyoko should have been done differently. But I can live with that. Not bad for a few hours of prep and very little sleep.