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The Git

Aleister X

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Get The Git Got!

Aleister X's The Git EP is the latest release from Andrew WK's Steev Mike label.

It definately has a strong British vibe hinting at the 80s/90s British dance scene whilst adding a new fresh spin. There are moments of The Shamen and Aphex Twin in the tracks whilst still having their own indentity.

Makes you want to throw an illegal rave and spite Maggie Thatcher once more!

Top track for me is On Your Feet.

4 great tracks at a great price, absolutely no reason to not buy!

Time for The Git!

The Git is a release from Andrew W.K.'s Steev Mike label.
If you like to party like Mr W.K., then you'll enjoy this. Espcially the track 'Club Show Party.'
It's definitely worth a listen and it's not too expensive!
Enjoy and party on.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Mysterious and highly conceptual, New York City performer Aleister X first materialized with a series of EP releases in the late 2000s. After being involved with the recording of dub superstar Lee Perry's 2008 album Repentance, X's debut four-song EP, Bangers and Beans, arrived in late 2009, showcasing his strange hybrid of fried psychedelia and grimy U.K.-influenced street rap. Another EP, The Git, arrived in 2010, and Thong Beach followed in 2012. X had been honing his live show in the meantime,...
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