Mousey Drops An Amazing Mix for Beat Cinema


A couple of weeks ago, I saw a number of TEKLIFE crew members sharing a video of some woman singing over DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn's "Drank, Kush, Barz." It was amazing, primarily because she wasn't just coasting over the track; yes, her vocals are dope, but she was doing some kind of live manipulation situation of the track, rocking out the entire time.

I rock with great vocals over leftfield beats, so I was hooked.

That woman turned out to be Mousey, a vocalist who is doing amazing things in the lane of covers as well as originals. Can't front like I know how all of this works, but I love stuff like this Vadim / Destiny's Child cover, and think she's that next next for the world of electronic music with dope live elements.

I don't have funds to send her around the world showing off her talents, but I do think you need to rock with this mix she did for Beat Cinema, where she's not only covering dope songs over dope beats, but she's also throwing in intoxicating cuts like K-Rec's rework of Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" as well as her own original material ("Happy"). She also threw Lil Debbie over Boards of Canada, which is the best thing I've heard in a while. It's dope, late night seduction that is best served chilled.

Check out Mousey's SoundCloud, her Bandcamp, and her YouTube, then thank me later.





Tracklist:

Stepps - Taylor McFerrin (Mousey Mix)
Doo Wop - Lauryn Hill (K-Rec Mix)
Happy - Mousey McGlynn
Good Conversation (Bobby Earth)
Run - Tek.Lun
Spring Shit/Power - Mr Carmack/Kanye (Mousey Mix)
Roberta Flack/Don't Let Go - Flying Lotus/En Vogue (Mousey Mix)
undivulging//[passhin.aggresiv] - lastnamedavid (Mousey Mix)
1969/What it look like - Boards of Canada/ Lil Debbie (Mousey Mix)

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