In 1991, a loose-knit collective released a record called Blue Lines under the name Massive Attack, splicing together American hip-hop and soul with the sounds of the British underground. With its marauding bass lines, angular guitars, and psychedelic effects, Blue Lines built on the Caribbean soundsystems and nascent rave scene of the 1980s while also looking ahead to the group's signature blend of epic cinematics and lush downtempo. In the process, Blue Lines invented an entirely new genre called trip hop and launched the career of a rapper named Tricky.Ultimately, Blue Lines created the sonic playbook for an emerging future: hybrid, digital, cosmopolitan, and rooted in the black and immigrant communities who animated the urban wreckage of the postindustrial city. Massive Attack envisioned an alternate future in sharp counterpoint to the glossy triumphalism of Brit Pop. And while the group would go on to bigger things, this record was both a warning shot and a definitive statement that sounds as otherworldy today as on the day of its release. As Blue Lines's iconic flame logo spun on turntables the world over, Massive Attack and their spaced-out urban blues reimagined music for the 1990s and beyond.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. "Safe from Harm" is the third single from Blue Lines, the 1991 debut from Massive Attack. The bass, guitar, and drums are sampled from the song "Stratus" by Billy Cobham, from his album Spectrum. Additional drums are sampled from "Good Old Music" by Funkadelic. The vocals are sung by Shara Nelson. "Safe from Harm" (Perfecto Mix) is featured at the end of the Michael Mann-directed movie The Insider.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Drive-By Truckers are an alternative country and Southern rock band based in Athens, Georgia, though three out of six members (Mike Cooley, Patterson Hood, and Shonna Tucker) are originally from The Shoals region of Northern Alabama. Their music is noteworthy for its "three axe attack," or three guitars as well as bass and drums.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Guitar Wolf is a Japanese garage punk power trio founded in Nagasaki, Nagasaki in 1987. The band is known for songs with piercing vocals and an extremely loud style of noise-influenced punk which emphasizes heavy distortion and feedback. They coined the phrase "jet rock 'n' roll", which they also use to describe their musical style an energetic cross between the Ramones, rockabilly, 77 punk, and garage rock. The band is part of Sony Music Japan's Ki/oon Records division. Guitar Wolf has released nine studio albums internationally as well as a live album, numerous singles, and a retrospective compilation called Golden Black. The band members have also been featured in two B-grade science fiction horror movies: Wild Zero and Sore Losers. A collection of Guitar Wolf's most popular videos and live performances have been compiled into a limited edition DVD entitled Red Idol. In March 2005, bassist and founding member Billy, also known as Bass Wolf, died of a heart attack at the age of 38.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Of Cabbages and Kings is an American Noise rock band from New York City, New York. Formed from the ashes of the Bag People in 1985, the band's original lineup consisted of Algis Kizys (bass, vocals), Carolyn Master (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Ted Parsons (drums, vocals). However, Kizys and Master were the core of the band, remaining the only consistent members throughout its existence. In 1988, Ted left to focus on his work with the band Prong and was replaced by Rich Hutchins. Due to obligations with other bands, Of Cabbages and Kings rarely had time to tour and disbanded in the early nineties. The band's sound has been described as a "highly visceral attack" that is "founded on a vivid technical mastery owing little to the commonly revered tenets of speed and/or flash, instead conjuring a brutal, primal power and intensity virtually unmatched in modern music."
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A zabumba is a type of bass drum used in Brazilian music. The player wears the drum while standing up and uses both hands while playing.The zabumba generally ranges in diameter from 16 to 22 inches, and is 5 to 8 inches tall. The shell is made of wood and may utilize either skin or plastic drum heads and is usually tensioned via metal lugs and tension rods. The top head is usually muted with tape or cloth strip(s) and struck with a cloth-covered mallet (held in the right hand) to produce a low fundamental note with minimal overtones. The bottom head is tuned tighter and is struck with a thin, twig-like stick (held in the left hand) to produce a high fundamental with a sharp attack and numerous overtones. In construction, tuning and performance technique, the zabumba is very similar to bass drums found in the eastern Mediterranean region, such as the davul.The zabumba is used in the genres of forró, Coco, baião, xaxado and xote.
Das Album strotzt vor genau den lebendigen Folkrock-Lagerfeuer-Geschichten, für die man Frontman Eric Earley so schätzt.nnMit dem furiosen Wild Mountain Nation gelingt Blitzen Trapper 2007 in den USA der viel bemühte musikalische Durchbruch. Während die Fleet Foxes, die in jenem Jahr im Vorprogramm von Blitzen Trapper touren, 2008 auch international durchstarten, kommt die in Portland, Oregon ansässige Kombo hierzulande über den Status des Geheimtipps nicht hinaus. Der Qualität von Wild Mountain Nation und den positiven Kritiken der Fachwelt ist es zu verdanken, dass das Indielabel Sub Pop der Band einen Vertrag anbietet. 2008 erscheint ihre insgesamt vierte und zugleich erste Veröffentlichung für Sub Pop unter dem Titel Furr. Das Debüt Blitzen Trapper (2003) und die Nachfolger Field Rexx (2004) und Wild Mountain Nation werden über das eigens gegründete Label Lidkercow Ltd. veröffentlicht. Das seit 2000 gemeinsam unter diesem Namen musizierende Sextett besteht aus dem Headmaster Eric Earley (Gitarre, Gesang), Erik Menteer (Gitarre, Keyboard), Brian Adrian Koch (Drums, Gesang), Michael Van Pelt (Bass), Drew Laughery (Keyboard) und Marty Marquis (Keyboard, Gitarre, Gesang). Stilistisch lässt sich Band kaum festlegen. Alternative-Country, Progrock, Folk und ein Hauch von Glam prägen die Kompositionen. Bezüglich des Face tenreichtums bemerkt Eric Earley, dass sie im Grunde einfach American Music machen wollen: Ich denke, dass 'Amerikanische Musik' an viele unterschiedliche Dinge geknüft ist: Bluegrass, Country, Mountain Music. Und außerdem R'n'B und Hip Hop, wegen dessen lyrischer Intensität. (LAUT.DE) TRACKS: 1. Feel The Chill 2. Shine On 3. Ever Loved Once 4. Thirsty Man 5. Valley Of Death 6. Oregon Geography 7. Neck Tatts, Cadillacs 8. Earth (Fever Called Love) 9. Drive On Up 10. Heart Attack 11. Faces Of You 12. Don't Be A Stranger
Unser erfolgreiches House Music Schwergewicht geht in die 9. Runde! Hier passt einfach wieder alles - tolle Verpackung (Digi) - fantastisches Tracklisting (auf 3CDs) - super Marketing.nnUnser erfolgreiches House Music Schwergewicht geht in die 9. Runde! Anfang 2013 bildete HOUSE CLUBHITS MEGAMIX VOL. 1 den fulminanten Auftakt dieser Reihe, die Scheibe konnte sich sofort in den Compilation-Charts platzieren. Die Folge-Volumes standen dem in nichts nach. Die Marke HOUSE CLUBHITS MEGAMIX hat also definitiv das Potential, sich langfristig in die Riege der erfolgreichsten deutschen Top-House-Compilations einzureihen. Auf HOUSE CLUBHITS MEGAMIX 2018.1 zeigt Megamix-Großmeister DJ DEEP wieder exklusiv für DisQRecords sein gesamtes Können. Dieses Sound-Kunstwerk featured wieder über drei Stunden lang das derzeit Beste aus den Clubs und den Dancecharts. Angesagte kommerzielle House-Beats wechseln sich ab mit gigantischen, basslastigen Großraum-Hymnen. Im ansprechenden Digipack featured HOUSE CLUBHITS MEGAMIX 2018.1 auf 3 CDs alle wichtigen Clubhits, die zwischen London und Berlin in jedem In-Club gespielt werden. TRACKS: 1. Erick Decks & Jay Frog feat. Jason Anousheh: U Got Love (Club Mix) 2. Code3000: Give (Original Mix) 3. Henry Hacking: Camelia (Original Mix) 4. Picco: Like I Love The Mash 5. Stefan Rio feat. Franca Morgano: Ai No Corrida 6. Abel Romez & Blaikz: Infinite (Club Mix) 7. Agadaro: (I Just) Died In Your Arms (2K17) 8. Andrew Spencer: To Be With You 2.7 (CJ Stone Remix Edit) 9. Andrew Spencer & Abel Romez feat. James Stefano: Don't Hold Back 10. Basada: Get Get Down 11. Blaikz feat. Luc: Winning 12. Brooklyn Bounce: The Theme (Of Progressive Attack)(KC Remix) 13. Dan Bass: Talkin' To Myself
SCARs moderner London-Style Drum and Bass auf Goldies Metalhead-Label bringt mit den Vocals von Naomi Pryor UK-Soul auf ein neues Level.nnSCARs moderner London-Style Drum and Bass auf Goldies Metalhead-Label bringt mit den Vocals von Naomi Pryor UK-Soul auf ein neues Level. The time has come for SCAR to broaden its horizons. As a production duo Survival & Script initially made a name for themselves by supplying rugged dancefloor workouts but there is a much larger story to tell here and with The Orkyd Project album this story will be told. Production collaborations have been kept to an absolute minimum aside from vocal features, Naomi Pryor is the ever present voice of the album with further contributions from Eleanor Higgins and Ray Uptown. The influences for The Orkyd Project shine a further light on the story, from Bill Withers to Massive Attack via Eric B and Rakim. When initial conversations took place between Goldie and SCAR regarding the album Goldie gave the guys full license to create whatever they wanted and what we have been given is a melting pot of 2016 London music. Soul exists beside screw face. It's important to note that Drum 'n' Bass hasn't been abandoned by any means, the hall marks of SCAR are ever present and correct- the blue print has just been expanded upon. TRACKS: 1. I'm Gone (feat. Naomi Pryor) 2.Your Mistake (feat. Ray Uptown & Orkyd) 3. Renegade Kicks 4. If You Knew (feat. Naomi Pryor) 5. Omnipresent 6.The Tube 7. Yours (feat. Orkyd) 8. Fractions 9. Temptation (feat. Orkyd) 10. You Were Here Again (feat. Eleanor Higgins) 11. Feel For You (feat. Naomi Pryor) 12. The Rocket 13. For A While 14. Mexico 15. Never Coming Back (feat. Orkyd) 16. Caught Up In You (feat. Orkyd)