Sunday, October 18, 2009
slap dash for no cash
Andrew Jackson Jihad starts us off with a wealth of hope and advice, truthfully letting us know he’s ripped off Woody Guthrie.. although ‘I gave my money to the bank to look after it’ could be regrettable.
Kotchy kicks arse with track two – (Jimi Tenor meets Junior Boys via some Prince) and it’s not braggard cash, just a sweet spot.
Bran Van 3000 party up our Sunday night,
I wanna take off all my clothes too..
(anyone who has met me .. don’t have nightmares)
Scratchin’ - brass – human beatbox – sexy singing
now get F**kin’ loaded!
Camille hits the spot with this 12”
(in my top three tracks of ‘08)
is it a piss take of Witney and Maria?
Preferred the Le Fil album, but this is cool and Clever - I like that.. lots.
One For The Money
Saul Williams could supply a few tracks here.. most notably penny for a thought – but this rolls along with a powerful vibe… questioning… love him as ever.
London Posse take a bit of time to warm up properly, but then the flow hits its stride and old school comes home… blaggar with daggar – genius.
And then to drop in Diction as a rhyme – pure JOY
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds knock out beauty more often than you could say EASY money.
Space do some root of all evil samples – I like it, what more is there to say? – don’t think critics do – but then who listens to them.
Fits the theme.
Jens Lekman does his thing – out to have fun with a pocket full of money – let’s mug him.
(I read somewhere that this rips off some old track indecently. As I don’t know it, I don’t care – as someone who loves doing collages with artwork – what can I say, less than 30per cent stolen ((that might not stand up legally)), then it becomes yours – life is tough let others do the hard work)
OnTheFly (With Lone Pigeon And MC Quake) A JOY JOY JOY
Pocketful Of Money
That LP Harmony