I always said I’d start to free-up my edits once I slowed down on the DJing so here you go [2yrs late but hey].
Vol.1 features many new and classic edits but it heavily centres around #Grime and #videogame compositions. A few bait ones that were started but didn’t make it to a set so they’re super xcluuusive.
If you’re familiar with what I studied you’d probably know I applied the theorem to DJing and music production hence the title of this series being named Bricolage; coined by French anthropologist and ethnologist Claude Lévi-Strauss which means the (in art or literature) construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.
That module about social anthropology in my 2nd year of Uni was probably my favourite module in Uni as it actually changed the way I saw things [I know right]. Plus it made me understand Hip Hop and it’s origins.
To listen to Bricolage vol.1 head to the link in my bio and if you’d like to read my research paper from my final year where I explored Bricolage and Semiotics in greater depth, head to the store and grab The Deification of Popular Culture: The Cult of Personality.
Download from https://whereisko.bandcamp.com/album/bricolage-vol-1