Garrisontech Tech hits The Fader

posted on March 25th, 2009 by in Article, Audio

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Good news for all dancehall ravers. Eddie Stats from The Fader magazine dedicated today´s Ghetto Palms column to

non-dancehall remixes of Jamaican artists that—even though they came from different countries and different mindsets—all had a similar vibe. The vibe is electronic, skittery and minor-keyed, sometimes leaning towards house and electro, sometimes on a more UK grime thing, but meeting up in that fast half-time, slow double time tempo that has been floating in and out of music since the invention of drum n bass.

Tim Turbo and Terry Lynn both made it on the list, so we´re going to fall asleep with a big smile on our faces tonight before the next Tim Turbo Thursday will hit us tomorrow.

And speaking of Terry Lynn: any German promoters out there who are interested in booking some Kingstonlogic for your rave? Word on the street is that she´ll be in Europe from the end of April until early May.

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Download Eddie Stats´ Garrisson Tech blend