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 Ruckazoid - Scratchgod Presents: Killin' Dj'S: The Quadrilogy   

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Release Date:07/14/2017;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. "If J-Dilla scratched, this is what it would sound like," said three-time DMC world champion DJ Craze after hearing Ruckazoid's album series, Killin' DJ's. With releases on Kanye West's G.O.O.D Music label with Hudson Mohawke, music with J Dilla, DJ Shadow, a #1 iTunes single with Breakbot, and most recently featured on Machinedrum's album Human Energy, Ruckazoid has recently become known for his vocals. Some may be unfamiliar of Ruckazoid's seminal work as a turntablist. He designed the world's first musical turntable for Vestax which he coined the Controller One. He was the first to design DJ tool records utilizing ultra-pitch technology, also inspiring the development of modern crossfader technology, and being the first artist to use a DJ controller prototype which every DJ uses now. After 10 years of private press releases, Ruckazoid is back with Killin' DJ's: The Quadrilogy. Killin' DJ's is the first recording of it's kind. Every single sound is performed live, in one take, scratching each sound to create full compositions. The results are nothing short of amazing, which can be observed by it's rare ability to be appreciated outside of the DJ scene. DJ's have long imagined a future where the turntable would be used and considered as an actual instrument, but the scene has failed to create albums entirely from scratching that signify this reality. This is the album that pulls it off. Killin' DJ's is the dawn of a new style that merges a traditional production sound with turntablism, Ruckazoid mentions the importance of form following function... "When music lacks new technique, it's advancement is only based on aesthetic. True innovation creates new aesthetic from new technique." Each Killin' DJ's release features socially relevant stories narrated by amazing voice over artists. The Killin' DJ's series is just as much party records as they are educational records. This is guaranteed to fetch high prices on the vinyl collector market, get it while you can.;Track List:1. The Ruler;2. Obey Da Lawd;3. All 3;4. E.T. Flow;5. STR8 NGG;6. On the Radiooo;7. Too Bad;8. Hands in the Sky;9. Now That I'm Here;10. What's Really Goin On?

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