Kode9 vs. Daddi Gee Sign Of The Dub/Spit
- Words: Ron Nachmann
- Label: Hyperdub
Hyperdub/Dubplate keeper Steve Goodman launches his Hyperdub imprint with two plates of minimalist UK grime arrangements wrapped around ultra-lethargic MC/spoken wordist Daddi Gee's fathoms-deep voice. On the first slab, a throbbing bass tone, a semi-open hi-hat and the occasional eternally echoing dub chord are all that jab at Daddi's recitation of Prince's "Sign of the Times," while half-time garridge fuels the spooky flipside, "Stalker." "Spit," the second record, finds Gee havin' at Public Enemy's "Welcome to the Terrordome" in front of Goodman's chunky, haunted skarage. Order this one up at ya shops.
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