Playing tracks by
De Phazz, Kraak & Smaak, URBAN CHILL, Charles Afton, The lushlife project and more.
So 2012's first real threat to our coastline appeared in the form of H. Isaac, and while I was involved in prepping for the possibilities, I also had enough time to gather in some tunes along with the porch furniture and the flowerpots. I hesitated to assign the session title, just in case I jinxed myself by presuming we'd emerge unscathed ... Now, of course, I'm happy to set it in stone, so here you have Clouds Rolling By (This Time), remembering, of course, a cloud that passes us by goes on to someone else: The wind will always rise, the rain will always fall, somewhere. Can it be that luck itself is a zero-sum game & not the inexhaustible resource we imagine?
Like a tropical storm, the mood this time is slow and spatial with hints of disaster and uncertainty courtesy of Blondes, Beanfield, Guardner, Howie B remixed by Afterlife, The Lushlife Project, Charles Afton and Malcolm McLaren's adaptation of Mme. Butterfly in the 12" extended remix version.