Every day we come across well-intended artists that make an attempt at ameliorating an already epic song by remixing it in their own style. I donâ€™t know about you, but looking for a good remix of a classic tune is like looking for your contact lens in the middle of a crowded dance floor.
A bit over three years ago I had my first experience of the renowned night club Fabric in the heart of London, to go see my friend Nathan C. lay down a set. Several floors of rooms diversified by each DJ playing any given night make that place a musical dojo. Whatever butters your muffin, they had it. A sober trance induced by musical mastery is what I was submitted to.
That being said, the boys n girls at Fabric management, not stupid in the least, release an album of their best sets. Diploâ€™s edition is the 24th of over 40 all incredibly unique and epic Farbiclive sets.
As I was preparing for one of my many meetings last week, I ran across Diploâ€™s epic transition between The Cureâ€™s Lovesong and Outkastâ€™s B.O.B. It is amazing how some people can listen to a song, and within a matter of seconds, a number of paralleling tunes pop up in their head. â€œDamn, that would mix wellâ€™ is an exemplary thought crossing his mind.
It was blatant that these two bad boys needed to be posted in our family dojo. Hoping it has the same effect on you as it did on me, hereâ€™s Diploâ€™s transitional mastery. Enjoy.