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Category Archives: Screwed and Chopped
Along with Sun Ra, Kraut Rock, and club music, Screw Tapes were a seminal discovery for me in high school that made me the person/listener that I am today. When your bored with everything around you, a simple pitch-shift just … Continue reading
What Deeon’s beach party sounds like on Valium probably.
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful for What You Got (screwed and chopped) This is a perfect song, one which I try to start the day with whenever possible. Now that Rojonekku pointed out the slow version, my mornings drag on … Continue reading
Chopland Click – Chop Up Da Block (From Ice Breakers 2k5) I’m a sucker for regional dance tracks, and for the past week I can’t get Mr Miyagi out of my head which leaves me thinking more about other Midwest … Continue reading
Los Gaiteros De San Jacinto – El Manolo (Rebajado) DESVIARSE.
DJ Dave Quam 6,000,000 Watts – Baby It’s Screw Just having a little fun being currently unemployed.
This is the kind of spastic thing that Breakcore tried to be, but failed. There was just not enough sped up and slowed down Dancehall I guess. If anyone out there has any DJ Moortje mixtapes they want to pass … Continue reading
DJ Slugo – I’m a Hoe (“Screwed”) ( from Disco D – Ghettotech for Slow People 2006) I’ve always been confused as to why Disco D decided to pull down the beats-per-minute on these tracks from his Midwest peers, but … Continue reading
Sonido Martines – Vuela Pajarito Rebajado 2008 I grabbed this from dudes Myspace a long time ago, back when you used to be able to do that. Why did Myspace put the kibosh on that? On a bit of a … Continue reading