BC Interior, Canada
8.43 pm (pacific time):
Eric Schneebeli made music history…
Eric played a set on the radio (fuckin FM radio!!) …. ‘The Bass Test – Ep. 15 – That One Episode When MoloKaii Was The Guest And Then He Played Footwork-Breakcore.’ So why is this significant?
Eric Schneebeli unleashed something on the unsuspecting world that can never be undone…
The set started out with Schneebeli playing trax (and interviewing) MoloKaii, which was fucking entertaining as hell. MoloKaii clearly knows how to make some futuristic glitchy bass music, and it’s well worth a listen. But what came next? Well, I’ll tell you what came next… Schneebli played out a couple 5ifty$ix K tunes – a couple of footwork breakcore tunes. It was the night of the new release of the new 5ifty$ix K album, and Schneebeli was the first DJ in radio history to play this kind of music live across the radio airwaves…
So, I’m pretty damn excited bout that. If you’re curious about the new album, you can get it here:
Here’s the info from Eric’s set:
This episode is all about @MoloKaii. It aired live on May 13, 2014, the release day of his new album: Moon Juice Dripping On The Mind.
First up is a long interview with MoloKaii, next is a mix by MoloKaii, then I play a couple of cuts from 5ifty$ix K’s new Footwork-Breakcore album Hardcore Is Back Vol 1 and we finish with a Larry Levan track from 1981.
Purchase Moon Juice Dripping On The Mind
Purchase Hardcore Is Back Vol 1
Soundcloud – @molokaii
Facebook – facebook.com/pages/MoloKaii
Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/molokaii
Bandcamp – molokaiimusic.bandcamp.com
Youtube – youtube.com/user/molokaiiuhane/…iew=0&flow=grid
The Bass Test
Twitter [Eric Schneebeli] – twitter.com/ericschneebeli
Twitter – twitter.com/thebass_test
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook – goo.gl/CA3l43
Mixcloud – mixcloud.com/thebass_test/
Soundcloud – @thebass_test
MoloKaii – Thalene
MoloKaii – Moon Rocks
Molokaii is pretty damn talented, btw; that much can not be overstated. I was super excited to post about the 5ifty$ix K tunes getting played out, but I gotta say, in fairness, Molokaii’s trax were dope as fuck, and until the bass world (hopefully) becomes more acclimated to the alien sounds of footbreak corecorework corebreak footwork madness, there is other stuff out there – and I know tons of people who will really dig Molokaii and his masterfully trippy grooves. Actually, I know a lot of people already dig his sounds already, but he’s definitely going to get an even bigger fan base after this radio showcase.