This is a submission for Radiophrenia, an annual glasgow radio showcase which i intended to submit a serious piece of crafted comedy to. When it kind of didn’t click for me, i decided to take it in a different direction. I lose faith in my concept, so i try something that’s kind of a parody of podcasting and radio. I swear, parts of it are actually funny. Comedy is subjective however and what you find funny is alien to me and vice versa. Now that you mention it, i’m surprised we’re able to even like the same bands.
Goreshit is one of the electronic music scene’s best and most prolific producers. We’ve been listening to his crazy dark beats since 2009, when ‘My love feels all wrong’ was released. His stuff is some of the hardest drum n’ bass, breakcore orientated music you’ll ever listen to, but he has also produced songs of pure beauty such as”just a whisper” a remix of a Ghost in the Shell track. The strangest sub-genre of drum and bass, lolicore was something that goreshit first brought my attention to, and while i wasn’t a fan of all the young anime waifus that became it’s aesthetic, i fell in love with the eardrum destroying music that the genre spawned.
Listen to his latest track, ‘Like it was’ an upbeat jam that brings back old memories of fast paced nineties game music. It reminds me of the Bomberman series’ games on both PSX and N64, which while lackluster games had some kickass music. The second track, ‘on the break train’ is closer to the older and rawer style of music he first released, filled with inspiring D ‘n’ B drops and hooks. We love you, goreshit.
We posted one podcast for you to listen to, but can you handle two? I know, i know, we can’t handle this much greatness either, with our little peasant hands. This edition of Freezing Under is for you guys, the true fan(s). This one can be downloaded from dropbox, or streamed here from Soundcloud.
Oh snap! This month’s mix is here! Well, it was put online this month anyway…this was recorded back in February on my birthday, when i was feeling generous and didn’t go outside to let the world have a day off for a change. Oh well, their loss. Get ready to lose yourself to some tripped out tunes. First off is a song by our good friends MACROSS 82-99, take it away boys.