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  • Source
  • Artist
    Chemist
  • Genres
    Grime
  • Categories
    Podcasts – Astral Plane
  • File Size
    97 Mb
  • File Format
    MP3

Description

Bringing in a mixture of new and old artists, the south London label’s collection featured the likes of recent Astral Plane mixer OH91, old school Skepta running-mate P Jam and relative unknowns (at the time) Spare and Jon DeVille. In hindsight, Coyote Kings was something of a seminal listen for this particular listener, proving in bombastic fashion that contemporary grime can both shmang on a soundsystem level and offer forward-thinking melodic content. Of the Coyote stable of artists, no one epitomizes that coalition better than Chemist.

Like many of his contemporaries, Chemist doesn’t actually have an “official” release to his name yet, but that hasn’t stopped him from garnering plaudits from some of grime’s more esteemed outlets. The UK producer’s “Hoodrat” (his contribution to Coyote Kings) has been utilized as a focal point in many a DJ set, its drastic mutations between feather-pillow loftiness and slamming, percussive weight captivating casual listeners and DJs alike. Chemist’s productions are angular, hawkish and immersive, often fluctuating between aggressive detonations and string-led melodies that are equal parts affecting and chilling. Chemist sits perfectly in the grime continuum, he often draws samples from video games like Metal Gear Solid, but his output also retains a certain tenderness that belies his propinquity for percussive machinations. This Summer, Chemist will release his debut “Defiance” single on Coyote Records, his first “official” record, albeit one that has already made its way into the Rinse rotation. Chemist’s Astral Plane mix brings the sort of gun finger waving attitude that we’ve come to expect from Coyote artists and we couldn’t be more excited to indulge in its madness. New and unreleased tunes from Rabit, Dark0 and Kakarot shine, while “Defiance” comes towards the end and rounds the mix off with aplomb. Enjoy. Track list after the jump.

Tracklist.

MGS – Intro
Rabit – Bloody Eye
Chemist – Fall Back
Chemist – WW4 Bootleg
Dot Rotten – Rowdy Riddim
Kakarot – Port Harcourt (Shriekin’ Specialist Orchestral Mix)
Chemist – Blocks
OH91 – Stealth
Dot Rotten – Speaking Rude (Chemist Mix)
OH91 – Railcard
Tom E. Vercetti – Fugitive
Mssingno – 124th
Dark0 – Bora VIP
Breen – Bridge
Lovedr0id – No Sushi Beat
Hi5ghost – Teflon
Chemist – Shivas Legion
OH91 – Xtra91
Bushido Brown – Leave It Out (Loop)
Chemist – Defiance
JT The Goon – Ice Pick
Kakarot – Victoria Island

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