October 24, 2009 | Filed Under music
Tags: a radicool compilation, bang gang 12 inches, cassian, final round, gus da hoodrat, jaime doom, kitsune, modular, street fighter
First it was about Binary’s release of LA Lights (fully killing the LA scene), Kitsune’s excuse to see naked skinny people for KM8 (fully killing everything), and now I simply CANNOT get over how good Bang Gang 12’s first official compilation album is (fully killing on the molecular level).
Earlier this year BG12’s (link to probably the best made label blog in the industry, sup kripy) joined forces with Modular (I totally called it. what’s left, Cutters?). Anyway, the kings of all things ‘pun’ just released the first official BG12’s Radicool Compilation featuring super hits and upcoming unreleased gems from their artist roster and WOW. Let’s just say the first track is Shazam’s ‘Hello Cat’ and the rest is history. The comp comes on 2 discs. First one being a selection of single tracks and the second being a fully mixed jam session by Doom and Hoodrat, the two label bosses at BG12’s.
First watch this promo video as Gus da Hoodrat takes you on the “Academy of Art” experience.
Next, you’ve heard at least couple tracks on this compilation on this website for sure. (PYX, Destination etc)
Here’s something I haven’t posted, but it’s on the comp, which you really need to get. Coming up smack in the middle of the first disc is this gem from Cassian (that stands for awesome). Sampling only the best of arcade fighting games…
With that, listening to the full compilation and listening to the mix doom and hoodrat threw down, I honestly can’t wait for what ‘10 has in store. Namely Cassian’s ‘Friday Night’. TUUUUNE! (you can hear it on the mixed disc)
damn. feeling pretty wet right now. can someone send me a TUNE towel so i can dry myself off?