DJ Food - Raiding the 20th Century

    The most successful attempt I've heard to fit a maximum of diverse music in one mix. The duration of the mix is ​​one hour, and it will be quite difficult for many to listen to it in its entirety. The style, which is usually called similar, is called bastard pop and is a crazy mishmash of everything with everything. Here Eminem reads his lyrics to the music of a taper, here The Prodigy, Exploited and Aqua merge in a single art-rush.

    Raiding The 20th Century - Words & Music Expansion is the sound catalog of what is called cut up music : whether it's avant-garde manipulations with magnetic tapes or vinyl madness called turntablism . 167 tracks and a few words in 59 minutes.

    DJ Food - Raiding the 20th Century - Words & Music Expansion (mp3, 70.8 MB).
    The track list and description in English can be taken here .
    The work is quite famous and, in my opinion, brilliant. Have a nice listening!

    Brief information

    DJ Food is not one person, as it might seem at first glance. This is a kind of creative association of musicians, which was founded by the participants of the legendary Coldcut Matt Black and Jonathan More together with Patrick Carpenter aka PC and Kevin Fawkes aka Strictly Kev.
    The project has a website , which, however, at the moment does not contain any information, except: "Everything ends, even the 20th century." The new version of the site, of course, is announced - we will wait.

    Turntablism is a musical direction whose representatives create their works through manipulations with records. The key concepts here are the DJ console and scratch . The term “turntablism” was coined in the 90s of the same twentieth century, and it was intended to separate those DJs who simply record, from those who create something new and unique on the basis of other people's material.
    Representatives: Mix Master Mike (the same dude who scratched for “Beasty Boys”), “Birdy Nam Nam” (they came to “Stereoleto” in 2006), Cut Chemist, DJ Q-Bert and others, and others ...

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