My Dry Wet Mess makes beats in Barcelona that sound like they come from L.A. and it all started with an Atari and MPC given to him by his father, a bass player in Ennio Morricone’s orchestra. He speaks now from his parents’ house after Christmas about why everything is difficult for him, his inability to get a visa, and his affinity for twisting pop songs and mashing them with noises from unidentifiable sources. This interview by Lainna Fader
My Dry Wet Mess
April 28th, 2011 · 1 Comment
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With pulsing bass, broken hip-hop rhythms, soulful and subtle vocal synths, and an unwavering Kraftwerk-esque drum machine, Irrational Alphabet is equal parts beat and melody from a world somewhere between the L.A. beat scene and the London dubstep scene.
December 31st, 2010 · 1 Comment
I’m generally not a fan of top x album of the year lists (cause the ones I see on other blogs ignore the massive amount of incredible releases on small labels as well as awesome self-released records) but I decided to do one anyway. Lots of beats and garage rock and most of them are [...]