Archive for July, 2010

Ekoplekz TV

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Videos, now! Teaser for Ekoplekz Volume 2, slated for September.  Might need a CD+DVD doublepack, if you ask me.  Start the rumour.

That Ballard novel about the Vorticist condo development

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

I like abstracty sounds because I come from drum n bass. I like to do different sounds – I don’t like the same sounds. I don’t like nothing straight. If it sounds like someone else’s I’m not in it. I’ve got to be different, I have to be different. I’ve got to dress different, have […]


Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

1BBi (2010) Back to the yards… If you look up at these slides here on my last videotape, after I’m dead, it will say one thing on my grave tomb: As a Ghettovett, I only know serious business. As the interrogator of Ikonoklast Panzerism, I don’t give nobody no business. I tell you what is […]

Mix: Mr. Bump live @ Komodo Dubs (MTL)

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Mr.Bump live at Komodo Dubs, Montreal (Feb 2010) 1 hour session from February, opening for Shackleton and Reza Rekta (Anti Social) alongside the Montreal gang: Komodo, Hosta and Bus.  Straightforward Ableton set here: Spooky garridge, bassline pressure, 8-bar and early, instrumental grime.  Some minor edits. Channeling Slimzee in the last half – lots of favourites […]

Good things by good people, part 2: Ekoplekz

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Ekoplekz is Nick from Gutterbreakz blog, and this limited-run, paint spattered CD-R (designed by Woofah contributor 2nd Fade) was the best thing to land in my mailbox this spring.  Regretfully, when it arrived, I was in the final weeks of my first term of teaching and I simply didn’t have time to give it the […]

Good things by good people, part 1: Woofah 4

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

I’ve been remiss… Congratulations to the Woofah crew on issue #4.  Now under under new Droidian management with John Eden in a Putin-like “background” role.  Two favourites from this issue: Wayne Marshall on “Sci-Fi Reggae” is a solid crash course on Afrofuturism.  Emma Warren gives a rare peek into the ultra secretive world of UK […]