Are you crafty with beats? And would you like to hear your jingle back in our Future Vintage show? Then pay attention…
Future Vintage is challenging all fresh and skillful producers and creative minds to chop, paste, reverb, echo and sample a package of accapella’s, shout outs and sounds and mold these into a new Future vintage Jingle!
It doesn’t matter if it is hiphop, disco, spiritual jazz, new soul or house that dominates the sound of your jingle, you are completely free to make your own thing out of it. You can use well-known instrumentals or your own beats -and everything in between- as long as it’s fresh and tasty enough, it enters the contest.
On March 23rd the three Future Vintage pioneers (Melodee, Radna & Tom Trago) will announce which producers are the winners of this jingle contest. Prize; next to of course everlasting glory and the title to be Future-Vintage-Jingle-King, a package with goodies, shirts, exclusive promo’s of FV bangers and more…
Are you down? Then download the jingle package NOW! http://audio.omroep.nl/radio5/nps/lijn5/lijn5_future_vintage_jingles.zip
Mail your jingle to email@example.com
Check the show on www.lijn5.com
Shout out to the Superblenders who are gonna be there to get the crowd hyped up for the show. Word on the street is that Guilty Simpson might drop by the show should be a damn good evening!
When you read this you’ll either: be thinkin that we’re bumpin our heads to Phonte’s flows or be thinkin back at the show smiling away at the thought.
Either way have a good evening and keep lovin music.
“If I were an emcee, I would want Clutchy on my squad. Much like MF Doom he has the unique ability to make the inanimate articulate, as if his instruments could speak. Not only is Clutchy ‘next up’, but he’s also on some next shit.”
Clutchy Hopkins is a multi-instrumentalist who recorded under various pseudonyms throughout his entire musical career; his recorded output consists of everything from field recordings of his travels to avant compositions, to jazz to funk. These recordings were up to this point unknown to the public. His father had been a recording engineer for Motown bands and had taught him intricate recording techniques when he was just a young boy. This knowledge Clutchy used to his advantage during his travels, working in recording studios from Bombay to Cairo. The information Ubiquity gathered of him was from a small biographical manuscript that was found with his recordings under the care of a Mohave shaman who was a descendant of the Cahuilla Indian tribe who Clutchy had studied under.
In this autobiography they find the writings of a musical gypsy who traveled the world investigating consciousness and its relation to music.When Clutchy was just 20 years old he traveled to the Far East and was under the tutelage of Rinzai Zen monks in Japan for many years investigating silence and the rhythms of silence in music. Later, he studied Raja Yoga in India to master and articulate the movements of the body and its relation to sound. In his autobiography Clutchy relates his fascination with drums and their effect on consciousness so he decided to travel to Lagos, Nigeria to study with a master percussionist by the name Oba-lu-Funke. During his stay there he became a political revolutionary and gun-runner, and staged rebel missions to fight the oppressive government and its policies of Apartheid. During his intensive studies and travels, Clutchy was constantly recording music.When he returned to the US Clutchy used his recording techniques to produce his own music and create instruments of his own. He has played with many groups primarily in the jazz, funk, avant setting. During his recording with other musicians Clutchy refused to contribute his name to the recordings, preferring to use a pseudonym or no name at all. He was purportedly good friends with Moondog and did some recordings with him; these recordings are yet to be found.
His recordings span from the early 70s to the late 90s covering a whole spectrum of musical styles. After these recordings came to the surface, we have tried to contact the original source where these recordings were found unfortunately that source has since died. It is said by locals who knew him that Clutchy Hopkins returned to the Mojave Desert to finish his life out living in an underground cave; no one has heard from him since.
Once again check Clutchy’s albums “Walking Backwards & The Life Of Clutchy hopkins” on Ubiquity Records. Make sure you get that, and put it next to your Yesterday’s New Quintet albums. http://www.ubiquityrecords.com/
Now here is a gem from Moovmnt. The exclusive Peoples Market album from Clutchy&Misled Children. And a track from The Life Of Clutchy Hopkins. Get that on Rushhour.nl
Clutchy Hopkins And Misled Children – 5:00
Album – Peoples Market
We start off with this track composed by Jorge Ben. Originais Do Samba – Falador Passa Mal.
A song about people who like to tell lies.
Moovmnt isn’t Hip-Hop only…..
Finally somethin new from Kev Brown. He made some beats on D.Huston’s album. Listen to that and get LMNO&KevBrown’s Selective Hearing on March 25th.
Kev Brown – So Good
Kev Brown made this Production Commentary a while ago where you can hear what he does to his samples, and how he builds his productions. Some lessons for y’all.
The old Kev Brown beat video