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Nice dubby beats in the pharmacy

New York based South African, Brendon Moeller has been producing music since 1994. His compositions have been released on Francois K’s Deep Space Media; Third ear Records, Echocord, Mule Musiq, Leena Music, Eskimo recordings and then some. He records as Brendon Moeller, Beat Pharmacy and Echologist. Whether it be serious dancefloor bizniz, or dubbed out bass-scapes, his music possesses signature that makes him a rare bird. He has collaborated with some of the great dub vocalists of our time, including Mutabaruka, Spaceape, Mikey Dread and Paul St. Hilaire amongst others. Wikkid Times was released in 2008, as Brendon approached vocalists to write protest songs, which he was composing music for. The result is a group of riddims, riding on Moellers new brand of Basic-Channel inspired dubby techno. The lyrics are thoughtful, meditative, and sharp. The music is pulsing, grungey at times, and deeply relaxing at others. Vocalists include dubstep favourite Spaceape, Coppa, Paul St Hilaire and Damon Aaron. It takes you on a trip take somewhere in between the Caribbean and a deep underground party somewhere in London. It’s a pity artists like this doesn’t get more recognition.

Beat Pharmacy : Nuclear race feat. Paul St-Hilaire [2008 : Deep space media]

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  1. April 7, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    Hey, liking the cut of this blog’ jib, just subscribed to your feed. I hadn’t heard the original of this track but you may want to check out the epic scope of the Appleblim & Komonazmuk Dub on the Wikkid Times Remixes EP release, just wish it was longer…

    • funkyjeff77
      April 7, 2010 at 6:28 pm

      Hey pinky,

      I like the remixed of Wikkid times maybe just as much as the originals, great remixed album IMO 🙂 Like your blog too, cheers!

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