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Mary Anne Hobbs Presents Wild Angels Cover+Tracklist

Back in October of 2006, Planet Mu and BBC Radio 1 personality Mary Anne Hobbs put out the mighty Warrior Dubz compilation, which highlighted talented individuals like Skream, Loefah, Amit, Burial, Kode9, Spor and many more producers, cats who are now known as some of the scene's forward-thinking torchbearers. On the 8th of September, their next compilation, Wild Angels, will be hitting the US (along with a multi-date tour), and looks to do the same that Warrior Dubz did: showcase emerging talent, and make a statement on the scene, as MAH currently sees it.


01 Mark Pritchard - ?
02 Hudson Mohawke– Spotted
03 Gemmy – Rainbow Road**
04 Mike Slott - Knock Knock
05 Brackles - LHC
06 Teebs – WLTA**
07 Nosaj Thing - IOIO
08 Untold - Discipline
09 Tranqill - Payroll (Paul White's Clean Dub)
10 Architeq - Sleeping Bear Lament (Take Remix)
11 Rustie - ZigZag
12 Mono/Poly - Red And Yellow Toys
13 Hyetal - We Should Light A Fire**
14 Starkey - Gutter Music V.I.P.
15 Darkstar - Videotape**
16 Floating Points - Esthian Three**
17 Sunken Foal - Of Low Count And Light Pocket
18 Legion Of Two - And Now We Wait

Starkey and Hudson Mohawke have already gotten RTD love, and cats like Nosaj Thing, Mark Pritchard and Rustie are cats who you should be on the lookout for. Peep the tour dates below:

Thursday, September 10 Smartbar (DubFix Party) – Chicago, IL
Friday, September 11 103 Harriet St, (Afterburn Party) – San Francisco, CA
Saturday, September 12 The Cellar at Agenda - San Jose, CA
Wednesday, September 16 Holocene – Portland, OR
Friday, September 18 Love (Dub War Party) – New York, NY
Saturday, September 19 Shadow Lounge (SubDivision Party) – Pittsburgh, PA
Sunday, September 20 Barcelona (MadClassy Party) – Austin, TX
Wednesday, September 23 Low End Theory – Los Angeles, CA
Friday, September, 25 Cervantes (Bass Invasion Party) w/Skream – Denver, CO
Saturday, September, 26 Decibel Festival – Seattle, WA

Shouts to Alex at Surefire for the info!

1 comment:

Chris said...

Nice, I really rate Hobbs. There's a great interview with Mary Anne Hobbs here http://bit.ly/4teXxF