klezmer electro-thug beats

klezmer electro-thug beats


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  • Podcast Suggestions

    re: bodega boys, check out Desus Versus Mero too, their old one, if you want more and don't mind 2014-era topical jokes, I didn't. plus it's pre-mtv so they gave even less of a shit about anything. less "I'm finally making it big" talk and more "I just cashed a 50 cent check for these podcasts". I'm glad to see them get some shine now though.
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    BODEGA BOYS two closet 90s rap fans from the bronx talking dirt, like, take any strut discussion topic and make every person posting the funniest motherfucker, it's like that
  • off-brand Meters

    Thanks, I've looked at some covers but only a few - probably worth some more digging. I guess I was finding it hard to imagine nobody else even really played in that style (except if their backing band happened to be the Meters themselves... Nevilles, Toussaint etc.).

    But yeah that's a good point that Modeliste is kind of inimitable even to this day. Hence bar cover bands aren't really what I'm looking for (or what most people are looking for I'd imagine). I guess to broaden a bit, it's more like, artists contemporary with the Meters who were doing a similar instrumental, no-horn-section funk kind of thing. N.O. style optional but a plus. Minimal or stripped back, however you wanna call it. The quest continues.
  • The Getdown (birth of hiphop/Netflix-R)

    The only possible reason that dude's involvement could be good is his ability to stage and film cartoonishly over the top party scenes and his willingness to pummel you with a different music track every thirty seconds with the vocals mixed under the dialogue of the movie. That could work in a series like this. But yeah I hope he's got some good story editors and writers and episode directors to counter his excesses because the story has to be good and that's not his strong point.

    I will czech though.