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  • Release Date 2011-08-10
  • Label DIRTYBIRD
  • Catalog DB053
In the 1840s a certain neighborhood in San Francisco was nicknamed, "The Barbary Coast." It was described as "the haunt of the low and the vile of every kindDance-halls and concert-saloons, where blear-eyed men and faded women drink vile liquor, smoke offensive tobacco, engage in vulgar conduct, sing obscene songs and say and do everything to heap upon themselves more degradation, are numerous."

This new EP from J. Phlip fits that description nicely. Deep and dirty with filthy ghetto sample drops. Lots of people think they know about SF basslines but only a few actually can pull it off. Jessica is one of those people. She is one of my favorite DJs on earth and her new EP shows why she fits in so well at dirtybird. Big basslines, quirky ideas, and a general sense of mischief make this EP stick out from all the matchy matchy tracks out there.

best,
VonStroke

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The Barbary Coast EP

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