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Sweatson Klank (aka TAKE) - Xfm mix 27/08/11

Sweatson Klank (aka TAKE) - Xfm mix 27/08/11

About the show

Playing tracks by

Sweatson Klank & Afta 1, Sweatson Klank & Om Unit and Sweatson Klank .

LA's mercurial producer formerly known as TAKE exclusively previews brand new material under his new guise of Sweatson Klank...

Comments

ImagoFacetious

I've climbed out to stand here in the sun. One moment I was at the bottom of a dank, fearful narrowness, and the next, I am not contained by the universe. If every tip of every hair on me could speak, I still couldn't say my gratitude. In the middle of these streets and gardens, I stand and say and say again, and it's all I say, I wish everyone could know what I know.

costarider

thanks 4 your sensation of future. is very nice / cool

Art Enko
Art Enko

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Mike Xavier

shit is dope

Nigel Askill

Yea, the business!

Nigel Askill

1st off, sounds fabulous!

jobeboe72
jobeboe72

Thanks to Plug Head for giving us an idea of what kinda genre of music this sort of fits. That's what tags are for and sometimes the tags people use don't really help - there's too much music to listen to when you just want to put something on to work to, without having to search on the names or changing mixes every 5 mins until you find one you like.

But great mix, I like it a lot! I'll remember the name now ;)

Plug Head (Nervous Tribe)

Sweatson Klank is ready for take of. I first heard him with this name in All City records LA series. In a more abstract style then, reminding most of Flying Lotus. Meanwhile I also listened to his album as TAKE on Alpha Pup, where his production style was more...clear (or less lo - fi soundlike). In this mix, Sweatson Klank has inherited the "clear" of TAKE but brought it to somewhat different territories that remind more the future UK scene. His sound sounds like...a very deep and conscious crossover between LA and UK, with the collab with OM UNIT to justify it. Can't really put it into genre but just describe it as soulful future dance music. And as for the collab...it's just huge...Cheers and Thanks