Hijack is doing it right as usual. Today he brings us a brand new beat under the awesome Busta Rhymes sample he used previously in a collaboration with Santiago & Bushido. He titles the track “Pudding,” a potential obfuscation of the words in the sample (puttin’ it = pudding it), and uses a photo of Bill Cosby eating some kind of Jell-O pudding product as the artwork for the song. What more could we ask for?
A special treat are the pleasantly panned grinding gremlin sounds that enter at both 1:47 and 3:50.
My debut EP dropped yesterday. Catch a few jackin’ house tracks I made over the past couple months — all with a bit of my signature ghetto flavor.
Here’s what Bone Idle had to say about the release:
“We have worked with Oh My! right back when the label was first started and he charted on Trackitdown with his first remix for Andru Pozzatron making waves across the soundcloud community with his unique style. When he’s not running his ever popular blog CHWYRVTMS or doing amazing designs (yep he did his own EP cover above to perfection), he’s locked in his studio banging out tunes of the twitchy, cut up house variety. Oh My! has a particular style in his sounds, with a brilliant ear for samples, he can take any sound/snippet/hit and turn it into a complete track with each part carefully placed to create an amazing collage of joyous noise (check out his Double Rainbow remix of Kunter:bunt’s ‘The Brightest Color’ for a fine example of how theYouTube rainbow man made it to stardom).
His debut EP doesn’t sway from the remix styles you all know him for, and once again we are excited to present three original tracks from the master of jack. Pack your bags, were off to bounce!”
Just got wind of this compilation release from Bone Idle Records! Such heavy-hitting stuff, my favorite cuts being from Byron Fortune, Azverento, Sean Taylor and Schenk. P.S. I think Azverento really likes Hijack.
Here’s the official word from Bone Idle:
“We got a fantastic compilation album to round up August for you. Bone Idle has been collecting some awesome one off tracks and we decided to showcase them all on our first compilation of the year. We aimed to bring you a collection of sub focused jacked up tunes, and we think we did pretty damn good! There’s some new faces such as J Fader, Dizzy K, Sepehr & Applefly and some familiar ones with Schenk, Sean Taylor and Azverento. 9 tracks of wonderful bass. Help your ears and take a listen.”
Morning coffee, check. New studio and house set-up, check. Truckload of tunes in the inbox, check. New stuff to finally post after neglecting my author duties for two months, CHECK! If you didn’t already know, I went to Europe for about a month, you can check out my nerdy design hijinks here: http://www.thegreateuropeanadventure.com. Anyways, after a nice long break, I’m proud to be back to post some new tunes for you guys. Happy downloading!
Today we have a really fresh EP coming from South-African based Sean Taylor. Here are some words on the young’n and his newest release:
South African Sean Taylor only started clocking up his releases in June last year but he has already become a regular on the Jackin’ House scene and has seen his tracks come out on the likes of WoNKed Records, Flexual and Champion Beats. He’s already found his sound with deep subs, brittle leads and blissed out vocals and this Jack ‘N Boom EP has it all.
Pulling up the tempo is the one and only Matt Cox (Sick Slaughterhouse, WoNKed, Big Alliance). This one goes proper wonky after lulling you into a false sense of jack, have a listen, pop it in your set, done.
3D Criminalz (Sketch Records, Bone Idle, WoNKed) released with us way back on BIR001 when they remixed Carbon Parlour’s Wannabe King. They got a huge welcome back with their massive bass injected remix of Jack ‘N Boom, chuck in some old skool chords and you got the idea.
Byron Fortune (Flexual, Yeah Man) rounds off the remixes with a superb deep jackin’ remake including an awesome retro scratching to hell breakdown midway through. Look out for more of Byron next month on the very first Bone Idle Compilation.
“The massive music performance monsters at Insomniac have big plans for their big bad west coast super rave this year. They will test a new battle ground for a beloved festival and Our House Records wants you there.” – joseph
The boys from OHR, the SF based electro promotion company & record label, sadly can not attend the electronic festivities this year. They will be sorely missed. Lucky for you, however, they are feeling the love. OHR have announced they will send one winner a three day festival pass to the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas! At a dollar value of close to $200 this is a rare opportunity to win some epic free loot. Big ups Our House Records, very well done.
I’m not entirely sure if this is a going to be a regular thing knowing me, but it was fun to do up a quick type treatment and its nicely equipped with a bit of alliteration. I’ve got a couple of soundcloud discoveries, some offering downloads, others without. I’m going to keep things simple — short blurb and a Soundcloud embed.
First up is a huge bassline track from one of our writer’s, Crunch Theory. This one is quite the monster!
Riot Reaction = Cracker Jack + D’stinkt.
Swerve is 16. This is his first attempt at jackin’ house. (Please check out his other tracks on soundcloud. Kid serves up some real chunky fidget)
Rubberteeth got a chance to remix Filthy Rehab. Boing!
Oliver Twizt smashes Bubba Sparxxx. The whistle portion at the very end is straight kill.