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Hydroponic Sound System - Choice Cuts Vol.1



Hydroponic Sound System Choice Cuts Vol 1
Hydroponic Sound System - Choice Cuts Vol.1
(12") Swedish Brandy SB007, 2005-04-01

Tracklisting :
A1. Ray's Bodega (Hydro's 718 Mix)
A2. Play The Role (Bzzz Mix)
A3. Distractions
A4. Bodega Beats
B1. Modern Atmospheres
B2. Disconnected

Info :
Hydroponic Sound System is spearheaded by production team of Skin and Rube. They get down with hip-hop, funk & soul, analogue Afro boogie, and dancefloor jazz. They also run their own Alternate Take Records label and freelance production and remix work for many needy souls JT Donaldson, Azeem, Steve Austin, The Coffee Nods, Ocote Soul Sounds, The Polyphonic Spree, Nike, The Dallas Mavericks, Boxcar...

Links :
alt-take.com
myspace.com/hydroponicsoundsystem

Press Release :
We've teamed up with Swedish Brandy to create a new series of vinyl EPs that will culminate in the release of a full-length CD later in the summer. The first release, "Choice Cuts, Vol. 1", features the usual suspects. Krack and Bavu do it fluid, and check for our first collab with Myone of The Strange Fruit Project. As for instrumentals, "Modern Atmospheres" has that broken dusted kit, spacey rhodes and djembe/talking drum groove you knew you wanted.
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