For the past two months I have hit replay on this album day after day like religion. I think that its been just enough time for me to digest the fullness and freshness of this beautiful piece of sonic art. Terry D by Thriftworks takes electronic music to a new level of passion, a new height of creation. With impeccable production and mastering, Terry D is an album to spend some time with. Bubbling synths and magical sweeps, wrapped around twisted hip hop and poetic sound frames characterize this fascinating release.
Pick up the album digitally here. Name your price!
Luckily for those of us who have been patiently waiting, Thriftworks has just released his newest collection of sounds. In this rare and exquisite mix, filled with mostly unreleased music, Thriftworks takes us on a journey of magnificent proportion. Wow… Upside down that’s Mom. Wow.
Peep some ultra rare footage below. We have BluPrint moving, DayDreams singing and Thriftworks cranking!
Last time we spoke about the very rare and talented North West Based producer, Keyboard Kid, he had just released his album #RARE DROPS FROM THE SUN, which was a huge release for him halfway through December, 2012. Since then has been hard at work in the studio and recently released TWO new albums. The first one I’d like to present is called DON’T LEAVE BASEDWORLD. This is a 27 track album compiled of really smooth, atmospheric, beats that ultimately touch on the mellower side of Basedworld and leave you feeling nicely chilled out. My favorite track off this album would have to be Corpse Bride. This track opens up with a ghostly female voice nicely chopped up, and then the beat promptly drops in, perfectly fitting right behind the sample. What really left a footprint of Corpse Bride in my memory is the heavy bass line that’s got such an old school analog sound to it. It’s downright dirty. Check it out, you’ll know just what I’m talking about.
Here is what Keyboard Kid had to say about DON’T LEAVE BASEDWORLD…
“This Album Is #Rare, Treat It As Such..Let It Guide You On Your Based Journey..These Are Musical Scores For Your Lifes Movie.. This Music Is For The Based Community.. The True Based Supporters. The BasedGod Has Told Me To Spread The Based Knowledge And The Positivity.. Stay In BasedWorld..It’s Hell Outside….It’s Hot Whoadie.. It’s Hell On Earth..But I Got The Heata..Don’t Leave BasedWorld..Protect Me.. Protect Lil B..We Will Protect You.” – Keyboard Kid
Next up is Keyboard Kid’s latest album (released 12/1/13) Noah Calhoun. While DON’T LEAVE BASEDWORLD carried a darker tone throughout the entirety of the album, Noah Calhoun is the opposite of that. I’d call this an album of purely inspirational beats. Each track makes me feel like I could climb a mountain…like I could sail around the world tomorrow…like I could win the Olympics with no training…It makes feel like Noah Calhoun.
“I’M SO #RARE AND SO PRETTY..MY BEATS ARE THE BEST..FUCK U BITCH..IM THE FINEST BITCH..IM FINER THAN MY BITCH..I’M A BLONDE BEAUTIFUL BITCH” – Keyboard Kid
Keyboard Kid, the North West #BASED producer from Seattle, has just dropped a 34 track album entitled #RARE DROPS FROM THE SUN through his BandCamp page. It features nothing but the finest of blessed beats fit for all those living in Based World. Get your copy! You won’t be able to find this forever. If you’re in the NW region of the US you will be able to catch Keyboard Kid next Saturday, performing live at HOLIDANK, a Ganjaology & Kum Curek celebration of the recent ganja legalization and the fact the the world did not end. Other artists who will be playing with Keyboard Kid are Dash EXP, Lisa Dank, OC Notes, and The Ganjaologist. This is not an event to miss! Now enjoy the sounds of #RARE DROPS FROM THE SUN.
Ganjaology & Kum Curek Present :: LIFTED HOLIDAY! – A celebration of all holidaze and the life of Tony Goods
Ganjaology has teamed up with Kum Curek (run by Dash EXP) to bring you a very special holiday party to kick off the month of December and to celebrate the birthday of Tony Goods. LIFTED HOLIDAY will be taking place December 1st at Culture Yard (Fremont) and is featuring some of the North West’s finest bass music producers. Jason Burns, Novatron, Keyboard Kid, Tony Goods, Abigail Press & The Ganjaologist, and Man Amen will all be teaming up to provide all you lovely bass music enthusiasts with more than five hours of very original and diverse electronic music.
Frequently Asked Questions
When? December 1st – Doors @ 9pm
Where? Culture Yard (120 N 35th St. Fremont, Seattle)
Lineup? Jason Burns, Novatron, Keyboard Kid, Tony Goods, Abigail Press, The Ganjaologist, Man Amen
Should I go? Yes. DUH!
Cost? 21+ $5/ 18+ 7$
Now it’s time to preview of some of the music you’ll be hearing on December 1st!