Posted 2002-06-22, evaluated by djpretzel
Wild, wild beats. If you think some of the past ReMixes you've heard have featured a lot of beat mangling (Shael's Wily Wars piece comes to mind), you ain't heard nothing yet. A smorgasbord of good d'n'b programming and every effect, transformation, and sample you could think of, this submission by A Scholar & A Physician, their first, certainly explores some interesting territory. I think it was in the intro, when a short sample from "Ring of Fire" popped in, that I knew this was gonna be a little abnormal. Very tight programming - if d'n'b is your genre, this is a textbook example of a classic theme deconstructed. Doesn't forget the musical aspect, either, with nice transitions and a fun little clarinet bit towards the end. Thick attitude and technical loop-bustin' chops are in effect, granting yet another life to the way-more-than-9-lives SMB theme. Very amusing to play this in a playlist with the other SMB mixes, just to hear the variety. Recommended.
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