First of all, I'd like to apologize for my absence in the weekly posting schedule. I've just started a new job, so my days of jobless blogging overkill are over. This routine will take a bit of getting used to, but I will still try to post at least 2-3 times a week. This week I'll be posting another edition of Canadian Club Crunchers and the feature on OFWGKTA that I promised last week. Anyways, on to the songs.

Justin Martin & Ardalan- Mr Spock

Justin Martin, of Dirtybird Records and, of course, the Martin Brothers, is a fantastic producer out of San Francisco who produces some of the best ghetto booty house out there. Personally, I like to think of his sound as hyphy house, due to its crazy and unique sound, and his Bay Area location, but that's just me. This is a tune that's been getting a lot of love, for obvious reasons. A lot of people have sampled 'Drop it like it's hot", but few have managed to flip it into something this massive. An anthem. Also, no clue on who Ardalan is, but I must tip my hat anyways.

Felix Cartal- Skeleton (BOTNEK remix)

We actually met this Botnek guy randomly in a bar a few weeks ago, and he suggested we check out his stuff. To be honest, I liked it so much that I'll be including his stuff in the next edition of Canadian Club Crunchers. Botnek is originally from Nova Scotia, I believe, and has been living in Montreal for the past little while. His productions are of immeasurable quality, and are dope as hell. I'll give more background and details in the upcoming feature, but regardless, this is definitely quality stuff.

Aidonia & Federation Sound- Glock a Burst (Helicopter)

Philadelphia's famous soundsystem, Federation Sound, released a mixtape with dancehall titan Aidonia a year ago called Bolt Action, which featured the Jamaican deejay going buck wild over a lot of famous rap instrumentals. This was one of the few songs on the mixtape that featured an original beat, and it shreds.

Buenas Noches, my friends.


1 comment:

  1. Man I was planning on posting Mr. Spock sometime soon. That track is the future man.