My brother from another, Rory, who’s featured in front of the camera for a few music videos we’ve done together, has turned the tables. He doesn’t usually make videos, but he pulled this one right out the bag, and smashed it apart!
Mr Key & Greenwood Sharps – All Rise Feat. Edward Scissortongue, out now on High Focus Records, with a seriously sick video by my man himself, Rory. The tune is deep as well, I first heard it during some post festival brain skattiness the other week (you know how it is), and it resonated pretty well. Enjoy!
Here’s a tasty little dish me and my flatmate Toby knocked up in the old beat kitchen! Contains intense flavours of Breakbeat, followed by a smooth and zesty palate cleansing interlude, leaving you ready for a double main course of jazz-infused DnB with a large side order of some good old fashioned JUUUNGGLLLEEEEEEE!! Just like nana used to cook. Turn her up, share and enjoy :)
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Once upon a time, I came across this completely unmarked white label in a lot job of records I bought from a chap in East London. Turned out it was an absolute corker! A liquid funk remix of Bill Withers’ 1971 classic “Ain’t No Sunshine”, a remix I’ve never heard before, and could not find anywhere online. I have no clue who the remix artist is, but if it’s you, please make yourself known!
EDIT: The remix artist is Savage Rehab! Which led me to be able to find the flip side “A New Dawn” – A cracking remix of Nina Simone’s 1965 classic “Feeling Good”. Find the vinyl here.
I firmly believe that music is better when it’s shared, rather than hoarding all the bangers for yourself, so I took the liberty of digitising the record, and creating a visualisation for it. Please be aware that it is not my intention to infringe any copyright laws. Enjoy!
Created in After Effects with plugins Trapcode Form, and Trapcode Sound Keys. If you would like any visualisations created for your music, or YouTube channel, please get in touch!
A psychedelic visual I made for “Ants” by edIT. This was created using Adobe After Effects, utilising a number of plug-ins in the Trapcode motion graphics suite by Red Giant. I used Sound Keys – a spectrum analyser plugin, to analyse the track and generate keyframes from the bass, mid, and treble frequencies, which were then used to drive different parameters in the plugin Form. Please turn on, tune in, and drop out: