Keith Kenniff in versione Goldmund, col nuovo “Famous Place” in uscita per Western Vinyl. Bozzetti cinematografici per un minimalismo classicheggiante. Nel suo sottile calore “Dane Street” ne è spiegazione esaustiva.
D-Sisive is a one man music machine cruising to the hum of his own engine. After last year’s triumphant return to the hip-hop limelight with both his Polaris Prize nominated gem “Let The Children Di”e, and his second classic full length of 2009, the acclaimed Jonestown, one would think the accomplished Toronto MC would be content to rest on his ever-expanding laurels. Not D-Sisive. The enigmatic one is back – and this time taking things to an entirely new level with the epic “Vaudeville”.
Produced in tandem with Andrew ‘Fresh Kils’ Kilgour and featuring a surprise cameo from legendary Canadian songsmith, Ron Sexsmith, “Vaudeville” is filled with incredible hip hop tracks, and slight of hand tricks. Smoke and mirror gags mixed with punch lines, and intense stories. An album that showcases the wide variety of influences and themes which only an enigmatic master of ceremonies like D-Sisive could pull off.
Thee More Shallows singer Dee Kesler and Ral Partha Vogelbacher lyricist Chadwick Donald Bidwell have joined forces to form a superduo called Fops. In the short time that Fops has been a band, they’ve already completed two full length albums. The first CD/LP, Yeth, Yeth, Yeth will be released worldwide next September via UK label Monotreme Records (65Daysofstatic, Nedry, Barzin).
Check out the first MP3s from the album: