The free full-length album, originally released last summer on CD by Hectic Recs, features severe re-workings of Captain Ahab, Young MC, DJ Donna Summer, Mochipet, Damionice, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Dude N Nem, Jean Jacques Perrey, Oskar Ohlson, JJ Fad, Foxdye, Chemical Brothers, Drumline Soundtrack, Eazy-E, Enya and Th’ Mole himself.
Check out all the freaking reviews and features it has received from Money, Hoes, & Clothes, Bass Music, Rock The Dub, Noise Porn, White Folks Get Crunk for DJ’s, Boom Boom Chik, Goose Bumps Beatz, Ghetto Bazaar, Doktor Krank, My Morning After, and Faites La Fete Pas L’amour.
Get it here.
(And stay tuned for the free full-length DJ 0.000001 release, Racin’ Music, coming soon.)
Bay Area-based Circuitry Audio has just re-released a DJ 0.000001 “mix” that was released on CD-R a couple years ago. We put “mix” in quotes because, as is characteristic of DJ One-Millionth, his mix involves extreme editing, layering and original sequencing. Many of the compositions on this release, Listen To My Futures, later found their way onto the Whirled Fusion mixtape (featuring Th’ Mole), but some (such as the Fugazi remix) has remained unheard on the internet until now. Circuitry AudioCheck it!