Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Feed the Hope

Kaidi Tatham (Bugz in the Attic, DKD, 2000 Black, Silhouette Brown) just released a Japanese import, In Search of Hope, which is performed and produced entirely by him. Please cop this, regardless of the hefty pricetag: 24.99 for CD & 34.99 for album. It’s worth it.

In 2002, under the alias of Agent K, the multi instrumentalist released Feed the Cat. Kaidi, known as the Herbie Hancock and George Duke of our generation, dropped numerous gems on this album all while championing the broken beat scene. Today, while my Ipod was on shuffle, as it usually is, Hands comes on with some ridiculous percussion which gets enveloped in some melodious chords and is topped off by some heavenly vocalizing, cuts into spacy spoken word and finally ends with a Jamiroquai sounding break down. Yeah, it's a mouthful, but its complete pleasure to the ears.

Agent K; Vanessa Freeman; Joy Jones - Hands


Blogger ChocLitLuvJoi said...

If He's affiliated w/ DKD he Has to be the truth! So far what I've heard fro the album I'm loving...Happy New Year

January 1, 2009 at 12:00 AM  
Blogger Junior Star said...

nice post. Kaidi is most definitely one of the dopest of our time.

January 1, 2009 at 12:25 PM  

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