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Warp Hip-Hop Videostream

The artists on Warp Records have long drawn on the rhythms and technology of hip-hop for their sounds. The label has been cementing that relationship, most recently with the release of music by vocalist and producer Beans, a former member of Anti-Pop Consortium. A video for “Mutescreamer,” off the forthcoming Now Soon Someday EP, is up on Warp’s site right now (here). Remixes on the EP feature noodling by Prefuse 73 and El-P.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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    […] 10 Years Ago (2004): The quote of the week was Gavin Bryars talking about his cellphone going off during a concert. … Downstream entries included a video interview with Brian Eno, music by 400 Lonely Things, a jazz-electronic hybrid by Pino the Frog, and some Warp downloads and video. […]

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