radicule. – SHAME [radicule flip.] (New Instrumental + Review)

It’s been a minute since we’ve posted an instrumental track, but I’m happy to end the streak with a new remix to Freddie Gibb’s Shame. His collaborative LP with legendary producer Madlib (titled Pinata) was my absolute favorite project of 2014, so this was a welcomed submission. If you haven’t given it a spin, I recommend you do so now.

The producer of this remix, radicule., combined boom-bap & jazz collisions, spells of vaporwave dreams, and fuzzed out lo-fi sonics, to one of my favorite songs on the album.

He’s been perfecting his beat making skills since his debut, HUMANOIDE, pushing tons of projects with accompanying cassette releases. All are sold out, but on April 21st he will release his 5th cassette titled CHAPTER BLACK. The bump tape is a comprehensive collection of 24 beats, emphasizing a variety of creative inspirations, but primarily fixated on the nostalgic elements of the 90s classic, Yu Yu Hakusho.

I’m copping as soon as it drops, as the copies are limited. Peep the CHAPTER BLACK. photo below, and follow his BandCamp page for more music.

CHAPTER BLACK (the bump tape) Package Shot.jpg