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Friday, October 15, 2010

Download a Teebs Remix Before the Magical Properties Showcase Tonight

Posted By on Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 2:30 PM

Teebs - SHAUN BLOODWORTH
  • Shaun Bloodworth
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Tonight, a sizable group of Southern California's beat-loving music makers will take over the sound system and dancefloor of SOMA club 103 Harriet. Daedelus, The Gaslamp Killer, Teebs, and 12th Planet make up the Magical Properties tour, a traveling show of producers that like to turn the ideas of instrumental hip-hop into a new kind of rhythm-centric electronic music. Obviously, each tunesmith twists the style into their own forms, which are all interesting and enjoyable in their own ways. But on Teebs' remix of the collaborative track from Daedelus and The Gaslamp Killer, "Impulse," all of those sounds meet in one place.

Over on the 92BPM blog, you can download "Impulse (Teebs' Neck Feathers Remix)" for free. The song kicks off with a slow shuffling kick, snap, and percussion loop that sounds not unlike a downtempo version of "Melt!" from Flying Lotus' 2008 record Los Angeles. The beats are soon joined by the sun-soaked harp plucks that Teebs loves so much, but are eventually taken away, leaving the exotic rhythm alone once again. Teebs' remix is a download only, but you can nab the original song, along with a remix by LA's Free the Robots, on the Impulse 7" that is available on this Magical Properties tour only. Add that to your list of reasons for making it out to the show tonight.

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