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Blackjob - Trashdub
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Blackjob

Trashdub

Original Cultures

Released: 11th March 2013 | 6 track downtempo ep

Following Blackjob's debut, Trashdub EP, in July 2012, Original Cultures

has called in five of the finest producers around to refix the dub styles

of the original. The results are released in late February 2013 as a digital

EP and vinyl 12 featuring originals and remixes.

Trashdub Remixed reimagines the modern day dub of the original EP in

five distinctly different ways, showcasing dub's international new school.

Paris' Moresounds and Dublin's T-Woc take Rise Again and MMD and

mutate them along 'traditional' lines: deep echoes, spacious reverbs,

physical basslines and in the case of the former a real sense of what

dubbing means while the later zaps you with the new synth melodies.

Canada's Monolithium for his part flips MMD into a hypnotic dub techno

number that echoes the best of Rhythm & Sound with a modern touch.

Suz's vocals become a universe of their own to loose yourself in. Munich's

Danny Scrilla buries soundboys with his Rise Again refix, a forward

stepper with ten-ton heavy bass and snares sharp enough to cut your

head off.

The remixes are rounded off by Bristol's Sam Binga (fka Baobinga) who

returns the original's hat tip to the west country city by taking Rise Again

into 170 weirdstep territories: a chest-caving riddim built from bass kicks

balanced with subtle, emotive melodies.

All five remixes will be available as a digital release. This will be preceded

by a 12 release featuring three original tracks (Rise Again, Rude and

DUDUBFORDU) and three remixes (Danny Scrilla, T-Woc, Sam Binga).

The 12 will come as a limited edition of 300 with screenprinted

sleeves and labels.

Blackjob is the latest project from famed Italian bassist Mannaman, a

musician who over the last 20 years has worked with renowned Italian

artists and collectives such as the Isola Posse All Stars and Casino

Royale as well as Howie B and Tim Holmes from Death In Vegas.

"Dream-like and roots heavy, definitely one for the soul. Sam Binga remix is the one!"
Om Unit, Comic Bridge / Civil Music
"Nice vibes and focused. These are all really good and I hate music. The Sam Binga remix is particularly good."
Raz Mesinai (Badawi), ROIR / Wordsound
"Some great sounds. Old school Massive Attack vibes with sounds that remind me of Nick Cave (in a good way) for some reason! Great range of remixes too"
A Taut Line, Diskotopia
"Loving the Blackjob EP, sounds like the best of old fashioned Bristol bass channelled through current tech trickery."
Wrongtom, Ninja Tune / Tru Thoughts
"Sam Binga remix is the one!"
Fracture, Metalheadz