Doc Adam has always been one of our faves as we love his down to earth and accessible vybz and he was also a great Moombahtonista too.
He has just let loose on 38 tracks consisting of Bootlegs, Edits and Re-Drums covering everything from House, Disco, Ska, Moombahton and a whole load more. It’s the kinda stuff you can easily find a place for somewhere in your DJ sets, that’s a guarantee.
Grab the whole bunch below but here’s a taster of what is included:
The Specials – A Message To You (Doc Adam Edit)
The Specials – Ghost Town (Doc Adam Edit)
Organized Konfusion – Bring It On (Doc Adam Edit)
Johnny Osbourne – Buddy Bye (Doc Adam Bootleg)
B.G. – Cash Money Is An Army (Doc Adam Edit)
Cybotron – Clear (Doc Adam Missy Break)
YG – Do It To Ya (Doc Adam FDAU Edit)
Double Trouble – Stoop Rap (Doc Adam and Nick Bike Break)
Pharrell ft. Jay-Z – Frontin’ (Doc Adam Disco Bootleg)
Drake – Furthest Thing (Doc Adam Edit)
Parlet – Help From My Friends (Doc Adam Edit)
Jay-Z x One Way – I Just Wanna Love You (Cutie Pie) (Doc Adam Blend)
T-Pain ft. Beenie Man – I’m Sprung (Dancehall Remix – Doc Adam Edit)
Newcleus – Jam On It Revenge (Doc Adam Edit)
Rollins Band – Liar (Doc Adam Edit)
Rollins Band – Low Self Opinion (Doc Adam Edit)
Lil’ Vicious ft. Dougie Fresh – Freaks (Doc Adam Edit)
Misfits – London Dungeon (Doc Adam Edit)
Metallica – Master of Puppets (Doc Adam Edit)
Fugazi – Merchandise (Doc Adam Edit)
Snoop Dogg – Murder Was The Case (Doc Adam Edit)
Fonda Rae – Over Like A Fat Rat (Doc Adam Edit)
Gooba x Soulja Boy/Nicki Minaj – Owls Bish (Doc Adam Blend)
Prince – Pop Life (Doc Adam Edit)
Prince – Pop Life (Doc Adam Disco Edit)
Blondie – Rapture (Doc Adam Edit)
Blondie – Tide Is High (Doc Adam Edit)
Michie One and Louchie Lou – Rich Girl (Doc Adam and Blueyedsoul Edit)
Michie One and Louchie Lou x Gwent Stefani – Rich Girl (Doc Adam Edit)
Herbie Hancock – Rockit (Doc Adam Edit)
Justin Timberlake – Senorita (Doc Adam Edit)
Robin S – Show Me Love (Doc Adam MOTB Edit)
Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke (Doc Adam Edit)
Slayer – South Of Heaven (Doc Adam Edit)
Lil’ Mo – Superwoman Pt. II (Doc Adam Edit)
Operation Ivy – Take Warning (Doc Adam Edit)
Pantera – Walk (Doc Adam Edit)
DJ Jimi – Where They At? (Doc Adam Edit)
Biscope is the brainchild of the Rumney brothers Richard (aka Richard The Third) and Robert (aka Twelv) and they’re concocting some serious bass science in their Johannesburg laboratory.
In their solo guises both have been creating sub-bass rumblings in South Africa and beyond: Richard The Third with his debut album; Robert alongside emcee Neo Matsau as Twelv & Thesis. But their future projects – and prospects – are looking very bright.
On the strength of some slick original productions and superb dubstep bootlegs (of everyone from Jill Scott and Erykah Badu to Burial and Nirvana, all available on their Soundcloud page), they’ve signed to South African label On A Break and their work is available on Beatport and Juno.
Richard just finished producing the majority of Playdoe/Sweat.X vocalist Spoek Mathambo’s upcoming ‘Spoek Mathambo and Mshini Wam’ project (a collab between the heralded emcee, Richard and drummer Jake Lipman), due for released on BBE in August. He also just worked with amazing Canadian singer Zaki Ibrahim on a scintillating track that’s stream-able below.
Pic: Zaki Ibrahim
Robert is no less busy, with his Twelv track “LSD Influence” making it into Beatport’s Top 100 Breakbeat chart, and rave reviews rolling in for his live performances and recorded work. You can download Twelv & Thesis’ debut EP for free on the Dankage website.
Pic: Twelv & Thesis
South Africa certainly isn’t a hotbed of dubstep action at he moment, with nights devoted to the style very rare. But there are some loudening murmurs on the production front, and many of the best examples are available on Richard The Third’s mixtape for essential South African DJ site listenup. The way these brothers are working it out, SA dubstep’s state of affairs may soon change…
Mix n Blend’s first long-player ‘Look Mom, No Hands’ (Soundcloud preview here) features an array of guests and a variety of styles – from dub and dubstep to electronica and jazz – and it’s a fairly decent reflection of South Africa’s unique multi-culturalism. This fact no doubt helped it garner two South African Music Award nominations (in the Best Alternative Album and Best Producer categories) – we’ll know this Saturday night whether they won or not.
The act’s diverse output (plenty of which is available on their Soundcloud page) also includes some terrific remixes, re-edits and bootlegs, a few of which I’ve made available for you below.