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Calvin Johnson is touring at the very moment Europe again – this time under the moniker Selector Dub Narcotic.
K released a CD two years ago with the title All You Friend’s Friends – where over 30 Pacific Northwest MC’s produced a Compilation with Samples from the (vast) K Records catalogue.
On his last tour, Calvin Johnson has been showing the All Your Friend’s Friends Documentary, featuring the Hip Hop artistes from the compilation.
His current record – This Party Is Just Getting Started was, in its major part, made in collaboration with Smoke M2D6 – who made all Beats on the aforementioned Compilation. You will find some familiar names on the Selector Dub Narcotic record as well- such as Ashley Eriksson (Lake), Chris Sutton (Hornet Leg, COCO) and Angelo Spencer among many others.
Together with La Castanya, K Records has co-released the new LP by spanish artist Aries. Adieu or Die is a “Unique Excursion into electronic: pop full of shiny harmonies, explosive beats and shimmering sounds“.
Both acts start their tour October 30, 2016, playing a show in Vienna November 3rd at the Celeste.
i am a fan of Totally Wired for a longer time already. and the label would be unthinkable without Dot Dash.
I don’t really remember how i got to know them all. it must have been Kathi i have met first – during a punk show at the fluc. weeks later she asked me if i wanted to hang some screenpinted (fettkakao) covers at the LOVE_ gallery – a place run by Kathi and her friends then. there i was introduced to almost all DD members, but neither DD nor Totally Wired was around then. they had this really wonderfull gallery – a place i would come visit, hang out at – or organize exhibitions / shows there myself. i felt connected to them immidiatelly.
Totally Wired curated an evening during the Fisch-Fest at the Bach in November 2013. Dot Dash presented their second LP – and even though i have seen them perform many times – it was there that i wished them to do s/t with me. they recorded Evil for the Sampler – and some weeks later Seasick and Slide for this 7″.
(rough dots, without dashes, different colours)
the 7″ will be presented at the Celseste tomorrow evening, an early show (be there at 8PM – it is over by 10PM), we have a limited amount of colored vinyl available, and as seen before, the dots on the cover differ as well.
you can listen to the 7″ here, via bandcamp.