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Dälek

Dälek

Dälek


dälek (pronounced 'die-a-leck') is a hip-hop duo formed in Newark, New Jersey in 1998. The group comprises MC dälek (vocals) and the Oktopus (production). They have often toured with artists from radically different genres, such as Godflesh, Isis, Prince Paul, Melvins, De La Soul, RJD2 and Lovage. dälek's music is dark, noisy and atmospheric, equally inspired by industrial music like Einstürzende Neubauten, the layered noise of My Bloody Valentine and the dense sound collages of Public Enemy. Read more on Last.fm
dälek (pronounced 'die-a-leck') is a hip-hop duo formed in Newark, New Jersey in 1998. The group comprises MC dälek (vocals) and the Oktopus (production). They have often toured with artists from radically different genres, such as Godflesh, Isis, Prince Paul, Melvins, De La Soul, RJD2 and Lovage. dälek's music is dark, noisy and atmospheric, equally inspired by industrial music like Einstürzende Neubauten, the layered noise of My Bloody Valentine and the dense sound collages of Public Enemy. Their sound is often constructed through sampling and a musical base atypical of most hip-hop, making it difficult for people to classify their sound.

They have been described as trip hop, glitch-hop, and metal-shoegaze-hip-hop, as well as criticized for their broad range of sound. MC dälek described the duo's music to the Chicago Sun-Times: “It's purely hiphop, in the purest sense. If you listen to what hiphop has historically been, it was all about digging in different crates and finding different sounds, and finding different influences to create. If Afrika Bambaataa wasn't influenced by Kraftwerk, we wouldn't have 'Planet Rock'. So, in that sense, what we do is strictly hiphop.” “If there is a difference, it's that the palette of sounds we work with is more varied than what has been called hiphop in the last 10 years.

Somehow, as hiphop grew, it's been put into this box. I think it's funny when people are like "That's not hiphop. It's this and this and this." You can try to rationalize it as whatever you want to rationalize it as." Studio albums: • Negro Necro Nekros (1998) • From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots (2002) • Absence (2004) • Abandoned Language (2007) • Gutter Tactics (2009) • Untitled (2010) Collaborations, EPs and compilations: • Megaton / Classic Homicide (2000) Split collaboration with Techno Animal. • Ruin It (2002) In collaboration with Kid 606. • Dälek vs. Velma (2002) Split collaboration with Velma. • Derbe Respect, Alder (2004) In collaboration with Faust. • Streets All Amped (2006) • My Education vs.

Dälek (2007) In collaboration with My Education. • Deadverse Massive Vol. 1 (2007) Rarities 1999-2006. • Griots and Gods - Les Eurockeennes Festival Belfort (2010) Live collaboration with The Young Gods. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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