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Kannibals at the Beach

  • Artists Dabin, Charlie Darker, Apashe, Snails, Weed Demon, Karluv Klub, LeKtriQue, Kai Wachi, Marc Remillard, Strava, Dooze Jackers, Wes De Graaf
  • Release Date 2012-05-28
  • Labels Kannibalen Records
  • Catalog KAR009
  • Description Summer is finally here; its time to pour yourself a bloody pina colada, lay back by the pool and chill for a bit. Weve put together the perfect compilation of human flesh beats from your favourite Kannibalen producers for you to enjoy your summer in true cannibal style.

    Kannibals at the Beach starts off with another epic Dabin production, Tell Me, featuring the breathy vocals of Canadian songstress Daniela Andrade. Charlie Darker then follows up with a big room subterranean head crusher, Corner Kids, and Apashe pairs serious bass sounds with some intriguing instrumentation in Eat My Apple. Karluv Klub shows why hes one of the rising stars of electro trash with Alright Run!, a track full of distorted deliciousness, and SNAILS and Weed Demon hook up of for the trunk rattling 808-filled Ganja. LeKtriQues The Last Hour is a dubstep magnum opus of crunchy talking bass, melancholic synth melodies and haunting vocal samples. Newcomer Kai Wachi then introduces himself in proper fashion with his glitch hop banger Dissolve, and Marc Remillard conjures up 16 bit memories in complextro smash Bowser. Strava uses a dizzying swirl of plaintive synths and vocal hooks to create a unique electro experience for Arriba. Dooze Jackers and Wes De Graaf finish off the compilation appropriately with the tropical-inspired Fyah!, which is sure to be a festival favourite around the globe.

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