Monday, January 30, 2012

UXO & Digi G'Alessio - UXO/Digi

I figured it was about time to check in on the Italian superproducer Digi G'Alessio, and sure enough, he has a fresh release for January 2012.

Combining forces with fellow Italian UXO, the two decided to scramble up each others beats, forming a wonderful concoction of staggering chop-wonky flambé, out now on Plynt Records.

Preview below, click through to the bandcamp page to scoop this up for the very reasonable price of €7.

20 comments:

  1. Awesome tracks Dig G'Alessio is neat wish it was longer tho

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  2. Love what I've heard so far buddy, definitely digging this one too.

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  3. Sorry for the double post mate but I was supposed to say in that one as well that the problem with this creatine is that it's a special mix, with a lot of other things added to it. It's supposed to be tropical punch flavoured and that ends up making it taste wretched, it would be better by itself.

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  4. Chop-wonky flambe is my new favourite phrase. And this tune reminds me of the theme music to Pigeon Street.

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  5. great tracks as usual....you find some of the best music

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  6. 7 Euro? I wouldn't pay 7 euro- Thanks to Obama and his communist buddies, the euro is worth less than dirt.

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  7. It was cool but.. but nothing I'd really buy. Nothing stood out for me.

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  8. While I dig it, free is always my favorite price...

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  9. Had high hopes for this one - I like his older stuff. Thanks for the heads-up though, I don't know how not many people are talking about this.

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  10. These seem to be in a language other than english.

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  11. Reminds me of Anamanaguchi for reason.

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  12. its the beginning of a new month so i should be able to afford music for 7€ :D

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  13. Sounds really good, thanks for the tip!

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  14. Why can't any of the places I go play music like this? Thumbs up!

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  15. I think most of these tracks would only work as background music for me while I did other things.

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  16. i hear what banacek is saying but i would def play it as i went...

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  17. Never heard of him before, but I love it!

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  18. haha totally forgot about this guy

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