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Sound Catcher

DJ Vadim

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Barely a single breakbeat producer of the mid-'90s has stuck to that formula, so it's hardly a surprise that DJ Vadim would branch out even farther than his hip-hop records of the late '90s and 2000s (and, after all, five years had elapsed since his last production album). Moved to BBE, which is a natural fit even compared to his old label Ninja Tune, Vadim keeps a few things the same — he still shows himself as one of the brightest and best producers in electronica. The big change for The Soundcatcher is Vadim's embrace of Jamaican forms — ragga and dub to go along with the downbeat and hip-hop. The other is his prominent use of session musicians, including excellent keys by Daniel Muschinsky. Vadim begins the record with dubwise soul on "Talk to Me" and "Them Say" (both with guest female vocalists) before moving smoothly to Abstract Rude's rap feature on "Soundcatchers." "Kill Kill Kill" has it all, beginning with Big Red's speedy but rhythmic French ragga-rap and mixing in Kathrin DeBoer's soulful vocal. Elsewhere, John Ellis' valuable sideman role pays off toward the end when Vadim taps him to deliver the spoken word "Milwaukee," a great feature. The thing that set Vadim apart on his early records was his ear for intriguing sounds. Now, even though he's moved on from ambient-breakbeat to dub and hip-hop, his music is still striking. By the time Vadim's ready to say goodbye, with the roots reggae homage "Watch That Sound" (which would have done Ken Boothe proud), The Soundcatcher is revealed as simply his latest collection of magnificent productions.

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yeeeeaa mannnn

Du Reggae de la saoul du hip hop de l' ectronique.....et de l'her....Waouuu ca plane.. trop bon

la claque

vraiment genial, no coment , ecoutez!

the king

bercé entre soul, reggae et electro, pour moi c'est le king du moment... sans compter tout le bon son qu'il développe avec le projet One Self... incontournable de l'underground !

Biographies

Né(e) : Russia

Genre : Électronique

Années d'activité : '90s, '00s

Hip-hop's influence spread far and wide during the '80s, as witnessed by the growth of the international scene during the following decade. Standing beside brilliant DJs from Japan (Krush) and France (Cam), Russia's DJ Vadim has proved to be the most popular advocate of hip-hop to come out of the former Soviet bloc, triggered mostly by the fact that he moved to Britain early in life. Upon arrival, he set up his own Jazz Fudge Records to issue a demo he called Derelicts of Conformity (by Son of Seth)....
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