1. MJC - _Archetype One_ (Odd Nosdam Remix)

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    MJC '_Archetype One_' (ODD NOSDAM REMIX) EarWax Volume 1 FilthyBroke Recordings, 2014 be sure to snag your copy of this sweet sweet release here... http://filthybroke.bandcamp.com/ check out more cool vibes by MJC here... http://www.mixcloud.com/michaeljcollins3/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Filthybroke-Recordings/402693893159948?group_id=0 remixed by odd nosdam... http://nosdam.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/odd-nosdam to hear more from the great and powerful filthybroke recordings, go here and here... http://filthybroke.com/ http://filthybroke.bandcamp.com/ video by joshua rogers of brokenmachinefilms.com to peep more eyeball sweetness by bmf, go here and here... http://vimeo.com/user953797 http://www.youtube.com/brokenmachinefilms broken machine films created this eyeball bliss utilizing a tachyons+ vortex decoder switcher (fashioned by the keen eye/hand/spirit of logan owlbeemoth of os ovni fame) and a sima late 80's analog video mixer connected to 5 inputs varying from lost dvds to found vhs gems. ...wonked and glitched by broken machine films for your vid-e pleasures! logan owlbeemoth's handywork can be viewed and/or purchased here... http://tachyonsplus.tumblr.com/ and, just in case you ever find yourself bored enough, check out the new music/dvd's/posters and shirts available at illuminated paths here and here... http://illuminatedpaths.org http://illuminatedpaths.bandcamp.com/ cheers, and hope you enjoy! i did. ;)

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    • Harold Budd Remixes - TRAILER

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      Reinterpretations by patten (Warp), Odd Nosdam (Anticon) and Personable (Opal Tapes). Released as a limited edition 12" and Download EP on 26 May 2014 (2 June in North America). 3 tracks taken from the Greater Lengths All Saints label compilation and remix album. Current producers and artists working in a sympathetic idiom were invited to re-work and re-interpret some of the highlights from the All Saints archive. Trailer Audio: Harold Budd - Mandan (patten re-work) Video by Sally Sibbet for Pulse Films ABOUT HAROLD BUDD: Emerging from the 60s US avant-garde and originally influenced by the likes of John Cage and Morton Feldman, Harold Budd rebelled against the heavily conceptual works of his peers to explore his own artistic path of "existential prettiness". His early work caught the ear of Brian Eno, who invited him to England to record his first commercially released work The Pavilion Of Dreams (Obscure – 1978). This working relationship continued over the next decade, producing landmark works such as The Plateaux Of Mirror (EG – 1980) and The Pearl (EG – 1984). He went onto collaborate with other like-minded souls including the Cocteau Twins, John Foxx and Jah Wobble, and release an impressive stream of delicately constructed solo works, many of which have been issued on All Saints. Now resident back in his native California, Harold has recently completed the soundtrack to Gregg Araki’s latest film White Bird In A Blizzard (with longtime musical companion Robin Guthrie) and released an audio companion to the work of visual artist Jane Maru. ALSO AVAILABLE BY HAROLD BUDD ON ALL SAINTS: WIND IN LONELY FENCES 1970 - 2011 - double disc career-spanning retrospective BUDDBOX - 7CD + 76 page book anthology of albums originally released on Cantil, Opal & All Saints A SERPENT (IN QUICKSILVER) - vinyl re-press of 1981 cosmic americana classic ABANDONED CITIES - vinyl re-press of 1984 apocalyptic industrial epic ALSO AVAILABLE IN REMIX SERIES: 12” Vinyl EPs featuring remixes of LARAAJI, JON HASSELL & ROEDELIUS + GREATER LENGTHS - a double-disc compilation featuring one disc of classic All Saints tracks and one disc of re-works by contemporary producers.

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      • JEL - "Look Up"

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        From the LP, Late Pass, out now: http://www.anticon.com/item/late-pass https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/late-pass/id680957016 Directed and edited by Adèle Miossec Original Idea by Josquin Champion Camera Benjamin Chabeau and Gaisneau Pugin Calibration by Sylvain Canaux Assistant Director: Quentin Forget and Harmonie Rey Make up: Pascalyne Lopez with Sophie Chamoux, Renaud Cathelineau, Joris Larochelle, Carole Huitorel, Anna Mimouni, Philippe Roger, Stephanette Martelet, Julie Diano, Jean Charles Moreau, Joelle Hélary, Morgane Stroobant, Quentin Forget, Claire Guillon, René Mettoudi, David Mettoudi, Didier Morvan, Christophe Davis, Salvatore Mingoïa, Johann Morio, Marine Le Bonnois, Christophe, Jean Christophe Bouvet, Catherine Noel --- Imagine Public Enemy’s Bomb Squad detonating explosives under the prog-rock grooves of German experimental behemoths, Can. These ideas seem mutually exclusive, but they’re not. The evidence is in the shrapnel funk of Late Pass, the third album from Anticon co-founder, Jel. As the scarred vocals of the title track instruct: don’t get too comfortable. If you’re unfamiliar with the Chicago-bred, Bay-area based producer/rapper born Jeffrey Logan, he’s on the shortlist for best indie rap producer of the last decade. Admittedly, this sort of hyperbole comes standard issue in one-sheets, but Jel has the necessary resume. His career traces back to Deep Puddle Dynamics, a group featuring Slug of Atmosphere and Jel’s frequent collaborator, Doseone. Later forming Subtle, Themselves, and 13 & God, Jel and Dose’s blitzkrieg experimentations remain visionary and futuristic—they’re also among the few times rock and rap have ever successfully gotten high together. Most recently, Jel co-produced the Kenny Dennis EP and C.A.R. with Odd Nosdam for label mate, Serengeti, two similarly brilliant blends of high concept ideas, hover-converted boom bap, and the occasional rib tip sandwich. On paper, it seems a little strange that Late Pass is only his third official solo record. But not when you consider it’s meticulousness. Samples, hard-slapping drums, and damaged vocals are stitched with surgical precision. Six years in the making, Late Pass was casually co-produced by Odd Nosdam at his cottage studio, Burnco Berkeley, just blocks from the legendary Fantasy Studios. And it was at Fantasy that engineer Jesse Nichols assisted on the album's final mix, blowing the icing off the cake with the very same model SSL mixing board that Dr. Dre favored throughout the late 80's and 90's. In a 2006 online Q & A for Esquire Magazine, Jel expressed to Quincy Jones that "It's never too late man, never too late to take as much time needed to finish an album, to finish it right." Late Pass was fully baked by mastering guru Daddy Kev. “The title came from how I was just late in delivering a third album and how motherfuckers are late onto me,” Jel says. “It represents where I’m at right now. I’m not falling the fuck off. I’m not getting super large. I’m doing my thing.” His thing is successfully reconciling warring ideas. It’s noisy and intense but it swings enough to make your head nod. It’s a psychedelic sample collage, but one that avoids the usual clichés. It isn’t trippy or cinematic. It will leave you dizzy, not because of a druggy vibe, but because your face has been slapped and your head spun around several times. You might recognize some of your favorite rap lines turned distorted and sunburned. This outlook is buried in the observational raps—it’s paranoid and skeptical, the personal as political. “Sometimes the inspirations came from walking around outside, sometimes they would come from a Boots Riley song,” Jel said. “We’re an easily seduced culture in a twisted tornado of cell phones and information overload. As a response, I kept things a little more minimal. I didn’t want to over do the drums. I wanted to get my point across.” This point appears from the first seconds of the album—when the MPC starts to punch and the drums start to kick—and the impact is bayonet sharp.

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        • SERENGETI as Kenny Dennis - "Directions"

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          FROM THE KENNY DENNIS LP, OUT NOW: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/kenny-dennis-lp/id645767230 http://www.anticon.com/item/kenny-dennis-lp PRODUCED BY ODD NOSDAM. CUTS BY JEL. DIRECTOR: ALEX BEH CINEMATOGRAPHER: CARLO ALBERTO ORECCHIA EDITOR: CARLO ALBERTO ORECCHIA VISUAL EFFECTS: CARLO ALBERTO ORECCHIA PRODUCTION ASSISTANT / DRIVER: SAM HAYES --- You don’t want to mess with Kenny Dennis. Even at the age of 50, the bratwurst downing, Brian Dennehy-worshipping rapper can run a mile in 4:14. The KDz remains the most feared slugger on the softball diamond. And he can still take Nitro from American Gladiators on in a game of Powerball. That’s just Kenny. This is the Kenny Dennis LP, the sequel to last year’s self-titled EP. Released on Anticon, it furthers Serengeti’s hilarious, absurdist, and subtly humane saga of a Chicago-born man with a Mike Ditka mustache, whose lovable delusions and diehard loyalty fall somewhere between Homer Simpson and a Bill Swerski Superfan. “Kenny’s just telling current stories,” Serengeti says about his alter ego. “He wants to give people a heads up and offer some life advice. ‘Hey listen up to me, I’m wise.’ He’s getting more confident, even though he always was confident.” If you’re just tuning into the chronicles of Kenny, there are a few things you need to know. First off: Kenny Dennis was once in Tha Grimm Teachaz during the Golden Age of the early 90s. Signed to Jive, the Teachaz learned record industry rule #4,080 and were dropped from the label, but not before Kenny feuded with Shaquille O’ Neal, who was performing with the Fu-Schnickens during the 1993 Jive Records Showcase in Philadelphia. Shaq mocked Kenny’s stache. This was a grave error. Kenny returned with a vengeance on 2006’s cult classic Dennehy,. Since then, the character created by David Cohn has re-appeared on Conversations with Kenny and the “original never-released” Grimm Teachaz Record, There’s a Situation on the Homefront. But the KDz really hit his stride as an MC on last year’s eponymous EP, which Pitchfork raved as being “half Prince Paul, half-Waiting for Guffman.“ Lest you mistake Serengeti for a joke artist, 2011’s Family & Friends and 2012’s C.A.R. found the prolific Chicagoan writing some of the most self-deprecating and sorrowful looks at addiction and image transformation in recent memory. He’s collaborated with celebrated underground artists like Sufjan Stevens, Matthewdavid, and Yoni Wolf of Why? Robert Christgau, the dean of American music critics, has given all but one of his records “A” scores and openly wondered: “Is there anyone else who can do this?” But there’s only one Kenny Dennis and he’s back to give you some direction—straight up, no O’ Doul’s chaser. The Kenny Dennis LP is full of jewels of wisdom, the tender love story Kenny and his wife Jueles, and the longtime friendship between Kenny and Ders (Anders Holm from Workaholics, a Kenny fan who appears in four skits). The beats come from Odd Nosdam and cast a similarly bizarro re-working of boom-bap, blending rugged beat breaks, sci-fi synths, and scratches courtesy of Jel. “Kenny’s rapping the only way that he knows how. He’s not really current with what’s happening in the game. This is his take on rap and everything that influences him on his day-to-day life schedule,” Serengeti says. “He’s a man rapping because he loves to rap and he cares for people, wants to spread wisdom. He’s not preaching; he’s just calling it the way he sees it. Kenny Dennis might be “normal,” but Serengeti’s creativity is unrivaled. As bizarre as it is brilliant, it’s like the deranged comic vision of an imaginary super group comprised of Andy Kauffman, Mellow Gold-era Beck, and MF Doom. The raps on The Kenny Dennis LP are stream-of-consciousness rants about how if you “like it, you bang ‘em,” (“Bang Em”), which Kenny translates into a metaphor about how you got to get up and do something. He also denies being a vegan. “Punks” finds him mumbling disses aimed at everyone from imaginary rivals to professional wrestler, Leaping Lanny Poffo. “Crush ‘Em” finds Kenny breaking down the inventions of the English (boxing, tennis golf) vs. those of Americans (football, beef, leg stockings). Interspersed with the songs is the narrative between Kenny and Ders, who he met around 1988 at the Sharper Image on Michigan Ave. While futilely attempting to return a non-fogging shaving mirror, Kenny noticed the young Ders and generously bestowed him with a shower radio (“a good piece of merchandise.”) It traces the relationship to Kenny’s 50th birthday at the Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse in California, full of celebrity guests and sinister Shaquille O’ Neal fans. This is Kenny as he stands today. 50 years old. Still furious and even funnier. The best friend you ever had, so long as you don’t wear a Shaq jersey in his vicinity.

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          • Odd Nosdam: Fat Hooks (Radio video)

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            A fan based video made for the 'A Few Good Tunes' night. Music is from Odd Nosdam: Fat Hooks from Level Live Wires and the video is a reedit of two prelinger archive movies: On The Air http://archive.org/details/OntheAir1937 and How Sound Is Transmiitted via radio http://archive.org/details/0477_How_Sound_is_Transmitted_Via_Radio_01_46_12_00

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            • SERENGETI as Kenny Dennis - "Laser Tag" (prod. by Odd Nosdam, ft. Anders Holm)

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              From the Kenny Dennis LP, out now: http://www.anticon.com/item/kenny-dennis-lp Directed by Alex Beh Ft. Anders Holm & Mackenzie Mason Cinematography by Tom Banks Edited by Carlo Alberto Orecchia Visual Effects by Protokulture and Carlo Alberto Orecchia Set PA Sam Hayes Set Photography Jory Cordy Produced by Paul Matian ©2013 Anticon Records

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              • odd nosdam - lil scrat (no credits)

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                odd nosdam 'lil scrat' 7.1 (2000-2003) self-released, 2013 to snag your own sweet copy of 7.1 by the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... http://nosdam.bandcamp.com/ to hear even more sweetness that is the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... https://soundcloud.com/odd-nosdam video by joshua rogers of brokenmachinefilms.com to vid-e more sweetness by broken machine films, go here and here... http://vimeo.com/user953797 http://www.youtube.com/brokenmachinefilms anticon records influenced all that i have done and all that i have become. your turn... ;) cheers.

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                • odd nosdam - casquik (no credits)

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                  odd nosdam 'casquik' 7.1 (2000-2003) self-released, 2013 to snag your own sweet copy of 7.1 by the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... http://nosdam.bandcamp.com/ to hear even more sweetness that is the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... https://soundcloud.com/odd-nosdam video by joshua rogers of brokenmachinefilms.com to vid-e more sweetness by broken machine films, go here and here... http://vimeo.com/user953797 http://www.youtube.com/brokenmachinefilms anticon records influenced all that i have done and all that i have become. your turn... ;) cheers.

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                  • odd nosdam - mellos / - (no credits)

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                    odd nosdam 'mellos / -' 7.1 (2000-2003) self-released, 2013 to snag your own sweet copy of 7.1 by the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... http://nosdam.bandcamp.com/ to hear even more sweetness that is the great and powerful odd nosdam, go here... https://soundcloud.com/odd-nosdam video by joshua rogers of brokenmachinefilms.com to vid-e more sweetness by broken machine films, go here and here... http://vimeo.com/user953797 http://www.youtube.com/brokenmachinefilms anticon records influenced all that i have done and all that i have become. your turn... ;) cheers.

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                    • octopus project

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