The third installment of Glitch with Ingtzi and special guests tvprodukt, Claviq, and Brainwasher. Plus video by FiveToTwelve. Prepare for an audio-visual assault!
November 7th, 2009
At the Brick Bar (U Vystaviste 1 – Prague)
Hudson Mo speaks about future collaborations:
You’ve also expressed an appreciation for En Vogue. Who else would you be interested in collaborating with in the future? Any R&B artists?
Yeah, I have been approached by a few people…but none of it is really set in stone yet, but there’s a possibility to do some stuff for Rihanna, I think I am gonna be doing production for some new Erykah Badu material, in the UK I am doing a bit of work with Kele from Bloc Party. I did some work for Ikey from Mars Volta, I like to do quite a wide range of collabs. Hopefully I’ll get to do something for President Carter at some point…
Check out the interview and his exclusive mixtape at Fader.
For a limited time you can get An-ten-nae’s Acid Crunk Vol.2 through beatport. From what I understand the album will be for sale for a short window before you’ll have to wait for its official release on November 27th. So go get it! It’s not in your interest to wait. This is quintessential glitch-hop, experimental hip-hop and dubstep. In addition to heavy hitters like An-ten-nae, Ill Gates and Ooah, you’ll find tracks from rising stars like the previously mentioned Robot Koch, as well as Ben Samples and Datsik.
Datsik – Southpaw
Look no further. On ebay for a limited time… the Flonome.
Well… here’s something that’s gone completely under my radar. Robert Koch has been producing like mad over the past year. It’s nice to see another musician from Europe putting out some new grime and experimental hip-hop. Koch isn’t afraid to be playful with the lighter side of these genres. His track Hard to Find reminds me of the things I love about Daedalus.
Purchase his latest album Death Star Droid