RTHM ass dials a 900 line and leaves behind a filthy banger of a message. This one will have you pressing *69 and callin’ back for more.
Released by: Knocturnal Emissions
Release/catalogue number: KE006
Release date: Sep 24, 2012
Released by: Kinjo
Released by: Serial Sickness
Huge thanks to Mikey and the rest of the west coast HAWT crew! You can visit http://www.hawtmusic.com/ or http://thehawtmovement.podomatic.com/entry/2012-01-22T14_48_08-08_00 to download this mix.
Released by: HAWT Music
Release date: Jan 23, 2012
This entire release is solid with remixes from Sean Biddle, XJN and Mr. Jones himself!
Released by: Control Recordings
Release/catalogue number: CR036
Released by: Coyote Cuts
Release/catalogue number: CCD002
Released by: Soul Fuel Recordings
Release/catalogue number: SFRD016
Back for WMC 2011, RTHM brings you the latest cuts from your favorite house producers. We’ve included a track list below…Enjoy!
Jackin Box – Calling To Ya [Knocturnal Emissions]
Wattie Green – New Jazz [Coyote Cuts]
d-t3ch – Kick It [unreleased]
Robert Gaez & David Penn – Sunshine People [Defected]
Camouflage – Don’t Tell Me [Phobic]
Jonn Hawley – Back To The Biz [Soul Fuel]
Pete Le Freq – U [Juiced]
Frankie J – Same Old Thing [Flapjack]
Sound Diggers – Sure Enough [Knocturnal Emissions]
Skaggs & Joplin – 30 Second Man [Golden State]
Wolfgang Gartner – Flashback [Ultra]
Esthero – O.G. Bitch (Smitty & Gabriel D. Vine’s Garage Party Remix) [Reprise]
Soul De Marin – Repeated [Sampled Recordings]
Robytek & Morris T – Off Broadway [Small Dog]
Scrubfish – Improv Blue [Cabbie Hat]
Oraa & Plek – If Life Gives You Melons [Piston]
Jazzmopper J – Trick Or Treat [unreleased]
Released by: Kinjo Music
Release/catalogue number: KM040
Release date: January 28, 2010
To best describe Syzygryd, we decided to copy some details from their site (www.syzygryd.com):
Syzygryd is a town square for the collaborative creation of music. It’s a public space, it’s a sculpture, and it’s a professional musical instrument. It’s the most beautiful expression we can imagine of the joy we take in community, music, technology, fire, sculpture and architecture.
Three large custom hardware grid sequencers. Each controls a single instrument and they share a clock, so they’re all synchronized. By controlling time, pitch, and harmony, these devices make it easy for people with no musical training or talent to create melodious compositions.
The consoles are arranged at three equidistant points around a 60′ diameter circle, far enough apart that the participants can see one another but can’t communicate verbally. Each console reflects the state of the others. Three people collaboratively create a continuously evolving piece of music without communicating, except through the music itself.
The center of the circle is a huge metal tornado of cubes, pulsing with synchronized sound, light, and fire.
So, in other words, it’s really cool!
RTHM’s contribution to this massive art installation was to send the parts for three of our tracks (one breaks, and two drum & bass). They included these tracks alongside a number of other productions from local San Fransisco audio talent.
Thanks to all the smart people at Syzygryd and Laughing Squid for allowing us to be a part of this project. And, for future reference, let us know if you need any music for your sound/light/fire art installations. We’ll be happy to help!
Wow…this one went through so many iterations before sending it in to Chuck. First off, Mr. Love had some of the best samples to work from (hookaphone to perfume commercial)! Then we got into the skit stuff. BTW, thanks to Christopher Whitsett and Chris Stowe for incredible vocal contributions.
Also be sure to check out Busy’s dub version…
Released by: Love Network
Release/catalogue number: LN002
Title track for the first release for Knocturnal Emissions, The Moonshine EP featuring remixes by Frankie J and Wattie Green.
Released by: Knocturnal Emissions
Release/catalogue number: KE001
This, along with the original and a remix by Joshua Heath, were all supposed to be released sometime in 2009. However, due to unknown circumstances it has been just sitting on the shelf collecting dust. We wanted to post this sample up to everyone in the hopes of petitioning for somebody to finally put it out. Enjoy…
The long awaited Wattie Green Sea Lion Woman EP is out now on Flapjack Records. Pick it up today at all your favorite house music retailers.
From the Flapjack website:
Flapjack Records celebrates its 5th glorious vinyl release by presenting us with Nashville, TN’s cave jumping, banjo blasting wonder: Wattie Green. In the last year Wattie has become somewhat of a common household name. His fine mid Tennessee cooking can be found in most dj’s recipe boxes. On this edition of Flapjack Records, Wattie Green gives us the kitchen floor filler “Sea Lion Woman EP”, which has been long awaited by many householders this whole last year.
The title track “Sea Lion Woman” is an instant classic. The vocal on this track comes from an old playground rhyme that is unbelievably catchy, full of soul, and even incorporates the original 1939 recording. This vocal over Wattie’s signature beats and bass line mix perfectly like eggs, flour, and sugar, adding more cookies in the cookie jar.
“Mid Tenn Strut” is swing time Wattie specialty. This tune sets the tone with a jackin’ piano base, wily jazzy guitar lead center, and fresh saxophone frosting. Wattie’s niche sound is basted all over this delicious delight.
On the flip side we have our other Tennessee favorites Real Time Hand Motion who take “Sea Lion Woman” to the next level with there smoothed out soul remix. An excellent addition contrasting the original but adding so much more flavor.
Last but not least is Flapjack veteran Bryan Jones remixing the previously released digital exclusive “Bob Speaks”. Bryan’s walking acoustic bass line remix drives home and then back out to the store for some more fixins to fill up the whole family. A perfect mix to round out the meal and a great savory and sweet release to kick off the new year.
Released on Eric Andrew & Forrest Avery – On The Slide EP by Market House Meats. Also featured:
Eric Andrew & Forrest Avery – On The Slide
Derty D – 187
Crux of Real Time Hand Motion, Derty D & Forrest Avery – Split Open Jack
Released by: Market House Meats
Release/catalogue number: MHM004
Release date: Aug 5, 2009
From the Real Time Hand Motion – Motion Sickness EP by Serial Sickness Records. EP also included:
Real Time Hand Motion – Ant Pants (Scrubfish & Nate Laurence Baggy Pants Remix)
Crux of RTHM vs Forrest Avery & Derty D – Upside Yo Head
Released by: Serial Sickness
Release/catalogue number: SS008
Release date: Jul 17, 2009
Released by: Lingo Recordings
Release/catalogue number: LR005
Release date: May 5, 2008
Released by: Guesthouse
Release/catalogue number: GMD007
Release date: Mar 23, 2008
Released by: Spatula City
Release/catalogue number: SPAT009
Release date: Mar 18, 2008
Released by: Guesthouse
Release/catalogue number: GM019u
Release date: Aug 23, 2007
Released by: Kolour Records
Release/catalogue number: KRD007
Release date: Jul 12, 2007
Side A – Who Got It
Side B – Break Ya Neck
Side B also includes remix by Sexual Chocolate of Break Ya Neck
The Official Writeup:
Hot off the heels of the SPAT005, The Sound Republic’s Ill at Ease 10″, the SpatulaCity crew is proud to present some more fresh talent with Real Time Hand Motion’s Prime Time Man Lotion EP! These two have been making major waves with blistering originals and remixes over the last year or so, and “Break Ya Neck” and “Who Got It” are probably two of the hottest examples of what these guys are capable of. Unbelievable studio trickery in the vein of SpatulaCity label bosses The Sound Republic, RTHM deliver funky grooves, dancefloor firestarters, and were without question one of the most talked-about artists at this year’s WMC. This is only the beginning of what will surely be a long career for this Nashville duo. Chicago’s Sexual Chocolate (of Junky Trunk Records fame) delivers a nasty Dubsided-esque wobbly-bassline stomper of a remix for “Break Ya Neck” while the original funks, shuffles, and grooved its way in to the boxes of all of the underground heavy hitters with massive support from DJ Mes, The Sound Republic, Diz, Raoul Belmans, Justin Martin, the Inland Knights, and more. Keep your ear to the underground and know that when you see a RTHM record, it’s a buy-on-sight affair. These two aren’t messing around. Another stormer from SpatulaCity!
Big ups to Chris & Carson on this release! We are super excited about this one, and hope you all enjoy it as much we do.
Promos will be available soon at Primal SF, Tweekin SF, and Gramaphone Chicago.
Studio mix we put together to showcase our tracks for Winter Music Conference 2007:
Bryan Jones – Westside Bump (Jon Pegnato Remix)
Corduroy Mavericks – Got Soul
The Sound Republic – Funkyard Junk
Anyo – Boom Boom
RTHM – Breakyaneck
Ion – Follow The Groove
Bryan Jones – Blue Light Jazz (RTHM Rerub)
Hustle n Flow – Life Is Changin’
Hustle n Flow – Mixed Signal (Busy Remix)
Mario Fabriani – Jerky Jackin
Rhythm Renewal – Funky Pants
RTHM – Who Got It
Huslte n Flow – Win For Life (aNyO’s MingMang Remix)
Hustle n Flow – Breathe & Stop (Hood’s Afterdark Rebubble)
Anyo – Pipi Dance
RTHM – Kiss Like Honey
Cozy Creatures – Show You The Way (The Sound Republic’s Midwest Warehouse Remix)
Nate Laurence & Scrubfish – Sleepless Cold Nights
Concerned Party – Need Your Love
Busy – Nite & Day
Lucas Keizer – Nitty Gritty (SoundNavigators Eat Your Grits Remix)
RTHM – Margarita
Bryan Jones – 100% Fly (Leon Du Star Remix)
The Sound Republic – Pimp (Thomas White Remix)
Quincy – Down Under
The Girth – Master Blaster
Corduroy Mavericks – On and On