Tag Archives: Sono Rhizmo

RESENSE 045: Turn It Dub (MAD DOC) b/w 3 Miles Down (SONO RHIZMO) (Vinyl 7″)

RESENSE 045:  Turn It Dub (MAD DOC) b/w 3 Miles Down (SONO RHIZMO) (Vinyl 7The mighty Resense edits machine makes a welcome return to the vinyl 45 arena this August with two drops released at the start of the month, the first of which is this double header. On the A-side is Mad Doc’s dub mashup of Anderson.Paak and T.I.’s Come Down with The Bamboos and Lyrics Born’s contemporary funky bump Turn It Up from 2010 and damn if both tracks don’t sound

BANDURA/ SONO RHIZMO: Resense 038 (2013)

Tropical breaks anyone? Hardly seasonal I know but fuck that. It’s pissing with rain here right now and frankly I welcome the sonic calypso invasion of Trinidad’s Duke Of Iron coming from my speakers in Bandura-ised fashion – which is to say sensitively married to organic sounding breakbeats. On the flip (and it really is a flip – this is a wax drop!) the ever-reliable Sono Rhizmo cannily stitches a bit of

CHART – April 2012

(NEW) 1. Panama Cardoon – Feelin Roll

Massive party boom-bap beat, organs, island vibes. It’s like summer on vinyl

RESENSE 028: Panama Cardoon ‘Feelin Roll’/ Sono Rhizmo ‘Do Your Stuff’ (2012)

Rating: ★★★★★
Damn! This is the best Resense 45 since the last one featuring Panama Cardoon. On it Cardoon’s feeling ‘roll’ which you can take to mean pretty smug with himself once again as he blends Mr Scruff and Wayne Marshall for a guaranteed hands-in-the-air, boom-bap bounce drenched in organ riffs and island vibes. But hang on – has Sono Rhizmo

VARIOUS – RESENSE EP 008 – 2008 – Review

Rating: ★★★★½

The Austrians have given the world many things – Hitler, Arnold Schwarznegger and Falco being three of them – but hey – they’re making up for it now. This EP was listed as ‘Broken Beat/ Nu Jazz’ on one of my sources so I nearly missed out on this massive collection of funky mashed-up breaks about which there is nothing ‘broken’ and even less, ‘jazzy’. Sono Rhizmo’s opener So Ma Guisee is a so-so latin-skank that I found myself roundly ignoring in favour of The Bas Lexter Ensample’s no-nonsense uptempo brass-driven breakbeats on Bas Lexter’s Rock, Da Wiesel’s Mohawks, Meters and Sly Stone sampling Raw Rapture and Shantisan’s dnb-speed bossa nova latin-vocal Bring Back The Bossa Rock. It’s the sort of thing that keeps the Bombs and Nice Up crews on their toes. Rewind!
Out now on Resense Austrian.

Listen to Resense EP 008

The Bas Lexter Ensample – Myspace

Frequento Sunsetsoul (home of Da Wiesel) – Myspace

Shantisan – Myspace