Explosive and entirely unique masterpiece by Tokyo artist Killer Bong that goes way beyond anything that could simply be called a remix. The original MPC ninja packs a massive bowl of finely ground Jahtari skunk and smokes it all away in one long draw, taking a night ride in the never ending bowels of the Tokyo underground system and exhaling a cloud of dubby nanoparticles into a shape completely unseen until now.
Plundering sounds from the complete Jahtari hard-drives and refixing them in a fully mashed-up (and down and sideways) configuration, he adds layers of backward-looped jazz samples, field recordings from metro stations and beats from the dirty depths of Tokyo Bay, running them full force into a wall of detuned brass pads, hazy strings and pitched vocals. Killer Bong hammers it all together with the raw charm of a deadly katana and then transfers the result onto a dub virus infected floppy disk, ready to reboot up any outerspace sound system. This is one trip to remember and will without a doubt turn out to be a future low-end classic session. Once again, it isn’t cheap but neither is it likely to be available for long and it’s a small price to pay for an essential addition to any Jahtari student’s pressure–sound library.