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Remdog - Marabu Series EP
7" Vinyl
£6.49
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Remdog

Marabu Series EP

2600 Recordings

Released: 12th October 2009 | 7 track leftfield/idm single
2600 Recordings is proud to present the latest release by veteran graffiti artist and producer Remdog. The Marabu Series EP (inspired by the spray paints of the same name) continues and expands on the heavy, layered electronics and clipped beats of his previous release Shadow In Your Rear view (Myuzyk) and his work as part of the electro-acoustic hip-hop group Reptiles. The Marabu Series EP is yet another highly limited (250 copies) 7 featuring two of the heaviest tracks from the EP, with an accompanying download card to obtain the full seven EP tracks. The 7 packaging features exclusive screen printed artwork by Remdog and is hand stamped and numbered in keeping with the 2600 Recordings tradition. Remdog has taken seven of his favourite colours from the Marabu range of paints and used these as inspiration for a tight EP of electronic glitch-hop. Zulu Nation-esque drum clicks and claps punctuate dark geometric synth waves, creating synesthesic club head-nodders that evoke the work of a diverse range of artists: from Prefuse73 and APC, to the heavy electronic hip-hop reminiscent of Rustie and early AI Records releases. As with previous 2600 releases, these bad boys will sell out instantly, don't say we didn't warn you!
"Nobody glitches like Remdog glitches, he got glitches for all them bitches!"
Mike Ladd, Big Dada/Def Jux
"A stunning package, highly collectable, exquisitely produced, lovingly assembled, you can feel the love."
Cyclic Defrost Magazine
"Remi is a rare breed of artist... he kills it whether on paint or in sound, he got heaps of talent and is real as they come!"
Memory9
"Good wholesome mix of throwback electro and forward thinking machine funk, it's like 25 years of electronics condensed into half an hour."
Wrong Tom, Big Dada/Resonance FM
"Electronica with the same broken twisted stylings of Prefuse 73 and such. Hip Hop Hooray! "
Subba Cultcha