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Flying Stones EP

  • Artists Living Stone (Canada), 11:11, Living Stone (Canada)
  • Release Date 2010-05-07
  • Labels Monkey Dub Recording
  • Catalog MDR012
  • $5.96
  • Description Living~Stone is an up and coming Genre buster performer/Musician. What does he Living~Stone do? Melds frequencies of Dubstep, glitch-hop, funky-breaks, hip hop, dub, midtempo and any other form of Bass Music which needs blending.
    As a member of the international Dig.iT.aL Crew Living~Stone Collaborates with Artists and musicians throughout North America, Europe, and where ever people can be found that truly Dig iT aLL.
    Based primarily in Montreal Canada Living~Stone is one of two residents of the monthly FreeDemBass Dubstep nights at Blizzarts Lounge.
    He has played along side such prominent Electronic musicians (perdominantly dubstep producers) such as Komodo, Max Ulis, Taal Mala, Goth trad, Ill Gates, Bombaman, Luke Envoy and most recently Skream and Benga (to name a few).
    He can be found playing Dubstep and other Bass Music at wild house parties, and Dubstep/ Electronic Music events (large and small)around Montreal, eastern Canada and beyond.
    “Living~Stone brings game. Genre hopping loop teaser, anywhere this boy is there’s a party. Even the most skeptical folk-rock fanatic has been known to drop their tambourine and break into the Dubstep slow bump at the drop of his hi-hat shuffle over the dirty big bass. He is a jump up raver behind the decks- quite blatantly having as much fun throwing down the tracks as the bouncing pit of happy before him. He’s behind the booth but there is no division between him and the dance floor. His IS the dance floor. Pushing the genre to its party maximum, while previously loved tracks are given a new lease on life new ones are tested, the reactions noted and all the while the revelry continues. Just try and stand still to this dub monkey’s big sound”. (quote article written by Kate Reddington)

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