Murky hard-jacking acid squelch from deep within Da Goblinn’s cave. The jams on Deejay Fou A L’extereur are too no-nonsense and direct for a vinyl pressing: instead they’ve been bumped straight down to cassette. Lots of Goblinn originals, but also remixes from Orphan Swords, Innsyter and D’Marc Cantu. On Clan Destine.
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- CDR-TP-037 / Limited cassette on Clan Destine inc. D'Marc Cantu, Seixlack (Innsyter), Orphan Swords, and Drum Machine remixes. Edition of 50 copies
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- Deejay Fou A L'extereur by Da Goblinn
8/10 Laurie Staff review, 08 September 2016
“The DJ gets crazy when he goes outside” proclaims Da Goblinn, master of the nocturnal underworld, cave dweller, green-skinned drug mule extraordinaire. It’s not long before some bouncy acidic drum machines start to bonk and plomp along to themselves and suddenly my head is filled with memories of watching Anklepants’ boiler room.
Da Goblinn is a Canadian producer/DJ who wears a mask. That is all we know. You’re treated to 11 tracks including multiple remixes of acid thump that alternates between fun n funky (Fou A L’Exteur Drum Machine Remix) to thick n heavy (Blow Torch) to hard n fast (Acid in Blue Major). It’s all got a murky anti-sheen to it, making it sound even more like basement jams, as if you’re listening to them on the ground floor with the door slightly ajar, the sounds pumping up from below. Like if you took big-room acid house/techno and shoved it into a much smaller room.
A serious party tape, this.
8/10 Ant Staff review, 08 September 2016
This tape by Da Goblinn has such extremely high levels of filth I had to take a bath in bleach after listening to the first side. Is this Charlie Brown’s grubby little chum Pig-Pen tweaking a 303? It’s like some dirty, evil acid mutant crawled out of the sewers of The Hague and spent a week jacking up LSD with Aleister Crowley. Proper mucky comatose acid like your mother used to bake.
5 original trax from Da Goblinn himself, complete with demonic/ ghoulish pitched down vocals that sound like Phuture smacked out of their minds. Plus a whole bunch of remixes from D'Marc Cantu, Seixlack (Innsyter), Orphan Swords, and Drum Machine. Worship the squelch.
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