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Deadbeat - Blue (2) - Deadbeat / Release (Vinyl)


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  1. Release Date: 04/26/ Label: Constellation Catalog Number: CST Recording: Studio Deadbeat, Camara 2. Misguided Angel. Deadbeat, Camara 3. Blue Moon Revisited (Song for Elvis) Deadbeat, Camara 4. I Don't Get It After Midnight (Medley) Deadbeat, Camara.
  2. Deadbeat is one Scott Monteith, a long time Montrealer and recent Berlin ex-pat who has been releasing his own special blend of dub laden, minimal electronics since , for labels such as Cynosure, Scape, and Wagon Repair to name but a few. .
  3. Apr 20,  · Audience Reviews for Deadbeat: Season 2. Sep 04, By far the best in the series, season two is more funnier, more cartoonish and had less Chamomile in it. The show actually takes the time to.
  4. Jul 30,  · Scott Monteith’s enduring Deadbeat project drops another 12” on his own BLKRTZ label – the first in a three-part series of vinyl only releases leading up to the tenth Deadbeat album, which will be arriving in late , the first ambient Deadbeat .
  5. Deadbeat is an American supernatural comedy series created by Cody Heller and Brett Konner about medium Kevin Pacalioglu, played by Tyler Labine, and was fir.
  6. In , a few months after his marriage, Montieth released a third Deadbeat album, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. In , while Montieth was still living in Montreal, Deadbeat released an album, New World Observer, on the Poles label. Pop singer Athésia appeared as a guest vocalist on the album.
  7. Deadbeat and Dewalta present individual mixes of their joint DDMS project with Mike Shannon and The Mole. DeWalta's mix of 'Makers' is coiled and ready for deployment on the funky tech-house massive, riding a kinetic fat-bum sub-bass with dubbed-out horns and Villalobos-like levels of percussive detail. Deadbeat's mix is more indebted to classic M-Series tropes with steppin' .
  8. Feb 08,  · Much stronger and accomplished than the first Deadbeat album, SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE sees Scott Menteith exploring the boundaries of dub further, with a keen interest to the space created by reverb, rather than reverb itself. The music itself is warmer, as immediately evidenced by the plaintative piano chords on "Head Over Heels."/5().

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