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#1 Jimmyfunkvalve

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 10:55 AM

So, I found out that the first track on the Breakfast With Ringgo session is Erykah's Gun by DJ Harrison from his album Stashboxxx (apparently it's out tomorrow), that beat is absolute killer, so I've been bumping this dude's bandcamp all day today and I can honestly say there were only 1 or 2 tracks that I wasn't really feeling, the rest is superb, he's definitely got serious skills, a diverse yet cohesive sound and a real soulful feel to his work. Dunno if he's on anyone's radar here but I'd say he's well worth a listen.

 



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Posted 28 July 2014 - 11:47 AM

your description has me sold, i'm gonna check it out today at work.



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Posted 28 July 2014 - 03:39 PM

The beat that drops at 3:52 though ... that shit is wavy as fuck.  Them filters.  That synth on the hook.  Fuck.  I hate I sold my SP.  Fucking ay, man.



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Posted 28 July 2014 - 03:41 PM

Shit.  Every beat in the video is crazy.  Thankhs for posting this, family.  Hotep.



#5 Jimmyfunkvalve

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Posted Today, 12:40 AM

your description has me sold, i'm gonna check it out today at work.

lol, having re-read my description I suppose it ain't really saying shit - I'm useless at talking about music coherently, let the music speak for itself. however this dude at art of cool does a better job and if my description didn't pique your interest then this will.

 

DJ Harrison also did a Boiler Room session last year and a particularly dope session for DVTV. Also found this beat session on youtube. If you couldn't guess, I'm really feeling this guy's sound...

 






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