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      Mondayjazz mixes already demonstrated, that they are open to different approaches, but when you hear sound wall by stoner metal duo Om or Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's voice in, let's say, more upbeat situation that can normally be expected, it brings thoughts about relativity and makes you wonder again contemplating on power of music, distinguishing boundaries etc.
      As a proof we got very conceptual and deep mix Go Mean! by disk twister, music maker and beat chopper Buddy Peace from London. In his own words MJ mix No.126 is somewhat of a continuation to his album Wolf Diesel Mountain, but a little angrier and harder. Yes, it is harder than most of the urban oriented material, but it has some proper groove as well. There's is not much to smile or have a pool party to, but it also got some weird funkiness. And it's rather moody than angry. In general, character of the compilation can be described as heaviness - no matter what separate features you choose to spot, all of them have some true weight and energy. Weapon of expanding boundaries in this case is rock music. But not that alco filled, groupie minded archetypical rock'n'roll'ian side of it. And having that in mind, question arouses wether separate elements should automatically lead to a specific shelf in a record store.


Artwork by Buddy Peace


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