green revolution: colectivo futurecast 010

  • Jorge Giraldo Molinares
  • Undermatic
  • Medellin, CO
  • Undermatic
Colectivo Futurecast #10 comes courtesy of Jorge Giraldo Molinares from Medellin, Colombia. A lover of all things funky, bassy, beaty, and weird; he provided us with a dark selection of spaced out beats from another dimension. He is also editor of a portal for Spanish speakers with a focus in art, technology, music, and the likes.

Artwork borrowed from a painting by Colombian artist Omar Rayo.

INFO & LINER NOTES by Jorge Giraldo Molinares aka Green Revolution

“A while ago i was thinking about mixing something different to what I’m always used to doing. I have been trying to explore new and fresh sounds for my head, so I decided to start collecting the tracks I liked the most and then recorded something. This mix is a real journey through sound, crossing the borders of genres, labels, and definitions. Open your ears and listen, listen deeply…”

01 “Medellín Must Blunted” Intro

02 Architeq – Birds Of Dub (Architeq Version)

03 FLYamSAM – The Offbeat (I love the bassy tones fighting against laid-back beats, and that retro electronica going sword to sword with all-out dubs)

04 J Dilla – Geek Down (another frenetic space funk track by the master jay dee)

05 Bullion – Sloop Jay D

06 The Gaslamp Killer – Anything Worse (this is an evil cut, an outer space funk track with killer drums and FX’s!)

07 Heralds Of Change – Work That (I really love that wobbly subbass, it’s like a drop for some mad effects in the dancehall. HYPE!)

08 Ooah – Tubstomper (the expressive bass wobbles rumble throughout the body of this song and it’s sprinkled with thoughtful high synths, subtle tribal sounding drums and chopped up vocals, providing an amazing acid-dubstep texture)

09 Comfort Fit – Rock da Dam (some experimental G funk that transcends some of the stereotypes and misconceptions of hip hop, delivering a new take on this expanding musical genre)

10 Roots Manuva – Witness Dub (an amazing trippy techno influenced hip-hop and dub reggae track, a classic from 2002!)

11 Dr. Who Dat? – Follow

12 The Notorious B.I.G. – One More Chance (this version is on the Ready to Die album and features N.Y. hip hop and some nasty funky R&B. “I love it when they call me Big Poppa, I only smoke blunts if they roll propa”)

13 Robot Koch Vs. Cerebral Vortex – Vortex Cookies (fLako Omegaman Remix)

14 Flying Lotus – GNG BNG (GNG BNG morphs from tribal stomp to Indian-tinged extravagance to grime, with no subtle shifts. i really like lotus’s ability to employ a variety of devastating percussion and drum breaks in this track)

15 AFX – Fenix Funk (with this piece I decided to give more energy to the mix, with some hard IDM and acid techno)

16 Coxy – Untitled

17 Benny B. Blonco – Wizard Swing Warriors

18 Mr. Oizo – Analog Wormz Sequel (after some energy and 8 bit hip-hop, I decided to dive in a sea of acid dubstep)

19 Aphex Twin – Alberto Balsam (experimental, chill and beautiful. perfect to say “see you next time”)