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MP3: DJ/Rupture

In a recent interview with DJ/Rupture for Resonance we talked briefly about the increasingly populous MP3 blogging landscape and what elements make up a good blog. While I'm pretty sure scissorkick isn't one of Rupture's IE bookmarks, we did agree that the posts shouldn't just be random, but rather should communicate a bit of the personality of this person, this blogger, who is truly nothing but the most noble of pirates. So today you get some DJ/Rupture and not just because he is such a nice and intelligent guy, but because his newest record is one of the crowning jewels of no-boundaries production in 2004. It is a complex musical statement with a subtle yet deeply entrenched political bent. A departure from his DJ mixes for sure, but nonetheless a compelling slab of future dub for the space between your ears as evidenced by this sick remix of "No Heathen" featuring Rupture's blacksmith riddim. The original was released on Shockout Records as part of their awesome series of international soundclash experiments.

DJ Rupture :: "No Heathen" Featuring Wicked Act (blacksmith mix)