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Mary Anne Hobbs – Experimental 2009 05 27 Dubwar vs Low End Theory

27 May, 2009 (11:02) | Dubstep, Electronic music, Experimental, Mary Anne Hobbs, MP3 | By: Core News

This week on Mary Anne Hobbs we get mixes from Dubwar from New York vs Low End Theory from Los Angeles. The Dubwar mix is made by Dave Q, Joe Nice, Badawi and Incyde feat vocals by Juakali while the Low End Theory part is by Daddy Kev, The Gaslamp Killer & Nobody. Who do you think won the battle?
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Mary Anne Hobbs – Experimental 2009 05 27 Dubwar vs Low End Theory [Filesonic download]

P.U.D.G.E – ‘House Breakfast/Cafeteria Lunch’ & ‘Awesome’ (Dubplate)
Gemmy – ‘Rainbow Road’ (Dubplate)
Falty DL – ‘To New York’ from the LP ‘Love Is A Liability’ (Planet Mu)

Dubwar Mix
Built by Dave Q, Joe Nice, Badawi and Incyde feat vocals by Juakali

Badawi – ‘More of the Same’ [Spatial Remix] (The Index)
Darkstar – ‘Untitled’ (Dub)
Brackles – ‘Rawkus’ (Dub)
DJG – ‘Apophenia’ [Jus Wan Remix] (Dub)
Mickey Pierce – ‘Innami’ (Dub)
Untold – ‘It’s Gonna Work Out Fine’ (Dub)
Ramadanman – ‘Bleeper’ (Dub)
Skream – ‘Rollin’ (Dub)
Kutz – ‘Freak’ (Dub)
Distance – ‘Twilight’ (Dub)
Mala – ‘Explorer’ (Dub)
Badawi Feat.Vengeance Tenfold – ‘Dstry Prfts’ [Shackleton remix] (Dubplate)
Badawi – ‘El Topo’ (Forthcoming The Index)
Badawi – ‘Lost Highway’ (The Index)
FaltyDL – ‘Tronman’ (Dub)
Incyde – ‘Patter’ (Dub)
Scuba – ‘Klinik’ (Hotflush)
James Blake – ‘Air and Lack Thereof’ (Hemlock)

Low End Theory Mix
Built by Daddy Kev, The Gaslamp Killer & Nobody

Daddy Kev
Flying Lotus – ‘Data Entry’ (Unreleased)
Nobody – ‘Mr. No Zero’ (Unreleased)
EPROM – ‘Lick Out’ (Unreleased)
Dibiase – ‘Untitled’ (Unreleased)
TV On The Radio – ‘Red Dress [Glitch Mob Remix]’ (Interscope)
Nosaj Thing – ‘Caves’ (Alpha Pup)
Hive – ‘Behold a Pale Horse’ (London/FFRR)
Mono/Poly – ‘The Beatles’ (Unreleased)
Take – ‘Make Believe’ (Eat Concrete)
Ras G – ‘Earthly Matters’ (Brainfeeder)
Freestyle Fellowship – ‘Got You On The Run’ (98Sessions)

Gaslamp Killer
Egyptian Jazz Intro
Joker – ‘Solid State’ (Self Released)
Synchro – ‘Hold Tight’
Timberland – ‘50cent Inst’
The Piranha Sounds – ‘La Turbie Pirhanienne’ (Finders Keepers)
Gerhard Trede – ‘Signals’
Dimlite – ‘Feedback Children’
Samiyam –‘Fishsticks’
Mainframe Edited
NIN – ‘Closer’ [GLK edit]’
Flying Lotus – ‘Interferrence’
Dimlite – ‘Ravemonds Young Problems’ (Beat Dimentions)
16bit – ‘Funhouse’
GLK – ‘Low End Outro’

Oh No – ‘Alarms’ (Stones Throw)
Ras G – ‘Manson and Cher’ (Unreleased)
Ras G – ‘Alter Destiny’ (Unreleased)
Flying Lotus – ‘Break Face’ [One for GLK]’ (Unreleased)
Free The Robots – ‘000001’ (Unreleased)
Mono/Poly – ‘Untitled’ (Unreleased)
School of Seven Bells – ‘Trance Figure [Nobody Remix]’ (Ghostly International)
Busdriver feat. Myka 9 – ‘Manchuria [Instrumental]’ (Anti/Epitaph)
Oh No – ‘Raw Stew’ (Stones Throw)

Flying Lotus – ‘Glendale Galleria’ from ‘Tectonic Plates Vol 2’ (Tectonic)
16 Bit – ‘Moth’ (Dubplate)
Starkey – ‘Miracles’ [Jamie Vex’d mix] (Planet Mu)

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Comment from fyrabanks
Time May 27, 2009 at 9:51 pm

fucking massive, thanks (ps hotfile’s pretty rough.. just sayin)

Comment from fyrabanks
Time May 28, 2009 at 2:15 am

Hotfire kept crapping out at 95% of the download; decided to drop $3 on a membership. Here’s a sharebee mirror:

Comment from Thomas of Core News
Time May 28, 2009 at 9:28 am

Sorry to hear about your problems fyrabanks. Rapidshare is now up:

Big up nic 🙂

Comment from tale twist
Time May 28, 2009 at 4:36 pm

great stuff specially the dubwar set, extremelly nice

Comment from Matthieu
Time June 1, 2009 at 12:22 am

IMO Low End Theory won this battle!

Comment from The Duke
Time June 3, 2009 at 7:49 pm

Where’s June 3rd?!?!

Pingback from Thom Yorke Plays Low End Theory + New Podcast Release | Point Blank Blog
Time April 7, 2011 at 5:47 pm

[…] The glitch-hop / dubstep / all round new and awesome music coming out of L.A. at the minute is all being spearheaded by the guys behind Low End Theory and in particular, the stand out artist of the scene, Flying Lotus. They have taken what is essentially the very British dupstep scene and rebranded it for the hip-hop heads of America, and have bridged the gap between the two rather diverse and unique EDM cultures in a very different way to their East side counterpart Dub Wars. […]