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New Big Dada signing : XRABIT + DMG$ (Damaged Good$)



Xrabit Damage Goods
XRABIT + DMG$ (Damaged Good$)

About Xrabit :
"Hi! I'm XRABIT. I live in Dalston. I've been making beats/music for a few years now and I signed to Big Dada Records in 2007. I made remixes for various people and will release an album soon which I produced for Damaged Good$ - check em out they're THE SHIT (extra bold, all caps, underlined, 3D letter action kind of shit)!!! I also like making videos (made one for one of the singles of the album so watch this space!) and drawing and eating lots of ribs. I really love dj-ing, too, and get more and more gigs nowadays so check my upcoming shows (You never know, I might just be around the corner!)... I'm usually on not too late though cause I'm old and need to go to bed quite early. Other than that you can catch me running around Hackney pretending to be jogging or in my living room with my girlfriend and our cat. Send me a message if you wanna say something! "

We first heard about Xrabit + DMG$ here at Ninja Obsession through the remix of 'Dita Dimoné' they recently did for Pop Levi on Counter Records. Two tracks are available on Xrabit's MySpace page, 'Killin Em' and 'Killin Em Remix'. The latter can be easily downloaded in MP3 format if searching on The Hype Machine...

Links :
xrabit.com
myspace.com/xrabit
retrogradea.blogspot.com
myspace.com/dmgeez
bigdada.com
myspace.com/bigdadarecords

Biography :
XRABIT + DMG$ are, respectively, a Berlin-born producer living in deepest Dalston, and two colourfully-clad, Andre 3000 worshipping Texan MCs. Killin Em is their debut 12 inch, and comes complete with speaker thrashing sonics and verbals that are literally mic-ripping. Along with a remix from XRABIT himself, which doffs its hat to bassline whilst standing proudly alone, it could not be a brasher klaxon call to the world. Welcome to the new new thing.
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