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So why is it that most musicians exhibit the common trait of being unable to talk about their practice? Is it that it is not the place of musicians to self-reflect on their ephemeral media? Yet, with the increasing incorporation of sophisticated, complex technologies laptops, P2P file-sharing, sampling, softwarethe production of sonic events has been all too easily confused with the calculative operations of an algorithm.
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Hip hop reggaeit can overlook no fan,! This is grit. This is raw. This is Trip hop two-step jungle break-beats infused with varioius ethnic instrumental samples and a stripped down to fundamentals production style round out producer Filastine's debut Burn It one of the more interesting releases to land on our desks in quite a while. He's studied with tabla superstars, played with 'coke-fueld' samba bands in Rio, and absorbed often disturbing knowledge in North Africa.
With his debut, we're treated to midi triggers, laptop, percussion, creepy politically twinged samples, and a smorgasbord of varied Album) throwing down. With CD art that depicts a wartorn zone filled with missile shells and burning tires coming from a guy who founded the piece anarchist marching band Infernal Noise Brigade, this thing is quite a uniquely though evoking listen.
The dictionary definition of "philistine" reads: "A person who is guided by materialism and is usually disdainful of intellectual or artistic values," and while this description assuredly does not describe experimental, globe-suckling producer Filastine, it relates to many of the questions and much of the content his work brings up.
In short, he has spent his artistic life heretofore straddling the line between unrelentingly political statement and action, and the lost-in-music euphoria of the broadest possible definition of pop music. Recent years have seen an overwhelming influx of Asian and Middle Eastern textures in pop production, with gargantuan hits like "Get Ur Freak On," "Baby Boy," and "Toxic" threading undulating tablas, screeching Bollywood strings, etc.
While some of Burn It's tracks mine these veins in a way just as instantly gratifying and club ready, Filastine's appropriations are more legit. A voracious traveler and student of various global musics, he has studied with Indian tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain, spent weeks at the feet of the Master Musicians of Jajouka, and dug deep into the ancient-to-the-future music of Brazil.
Like many great producers, Filastine is also a great instrumentalist, and his years of rhythmic study lend magnificent depth to Burn It's Album) and intricate programming.
The record's long list of singers, MCs, and musicians brings the songs to endlessly surprising and rich places, as well. Filastine layers artists from distant genres and locales with great architectural sense, and while at times the extremity of the juxtapositions borders on hilarious, the music always feels heroically well designed and strong in conception.
On "Palmares," disaffected French oration is overlaid with clouds of gypsy-brass ennui, while party-starter "Judas Goat" lets the rhaita, one of the wailing horns of the Master Musicians, loose over beats that wouldn't be out of place propelling an Aaliyah cut.
On some songs, Album), Filastine's constructions are reminiscent of the murky drama of Ninja Tuners like Amon Tobin and DJ Food, and throughout the album the lines between live performed contributions and meticulously contextualized samples is slurred and burnt. The most emotional and fully realized pair of songs come about two-thirds in: "Boca de Ouro" alternates dizzy rhymes about dental work with a fuzzily cinematic chorus, and "Autology" is a slow-burning adaptation of an Indonesian song in which the intoxicatingly mournful singing of Jessika Skeletalia Kenney sails over a bed of screeching bowed bass and quicksand-sinking drum patterns.
Overall, Burn It is a stunningly successful integration of varied international musical styles into the polyglot schemes of its maker; way beyond most "electronic world music" in both its conception and Filastine - Burn It (CD. Not unlike the Infernal Noise Brigade, Filastine absorbs music from all over the world and bends it with all due respect to his own designs. And, like the INB, he veers wildly between pointed polemic discourse and bacchanalian party embrace.
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