Antipop Consortium - Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp download album
The matching of Antipop and Matthew Shipp seems like an odd choice at first, but with close listening, it makes alot of sense. Antipop, the kings of experimenting with beats and subject matter, are responsible for the post manipulation of Shipp and his band. Shipp is widely known for working with the leading artists of various areas of experimentation and jazz. Some tracks allow Shipp's odd melodic lines to be the commanding presence, while others are chopped heavily by Antipop's mastery in the studio. The results are undeniably unique and interesting.
Antipop vs. Matthew Shipp is a collaborative studio album by Antipop Consortium and Matthew Shipp. It was released on Thirsty Ear Recordings on February 18, 2003.
Shipp is downright melodic for the most part, and even the hip hip-hoppers seem barely radical, and yet the outcome is not liable to be quite anything you've heard before. Sure, it crosses over and you have to suspend critical analysis, at least sometimes, but kudos to Anti Pop and Shipp for expanding their horizons, for dreaming, and for trying something new and keeping it fresh. 1. Places I've Never Been. Matthew Shipp opens with a brow-furrowed block of Shipp's piano chords cut into the boom-bap of the bass and hi-hat. It's an imposing, rhythm-heavy intro, and while not a complete song, its neon spritzes of keyboards and backwards-looped cymbals offer a clear theme of what's to come: future jazz in the most definitive sense. From there, Shipp's piano turns backflips all over APC's swimmy, electro-alarms.
Antipop Consortium is not just any rap group. Rappers Priest, Beans, and M. Sayyid (only Beans and Priest appear on this album) eschew gansta rap, instead displaying a verbal pyrotechnic style that is a combination of storytelling and poetry. In addition, the range of musical influences displayed is much greater than that of the average popular rap group. The album is presented as Antipop vs. Matthew Shipp because neither aesthetic is giving any ground here. Instead, both are doing what they essentially do, but with sensitivity to the overall sound being created. What emerges is not necessarily either jazz or hip-hop, even though the component parts of both genres are readily discernable.
Artists Antipop Consortium Antipop Consortium vs. Matthew Shipp. Antipop Consortium vs. Matthew Shipp Antipop Consortium. This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Antipop Consortium vs.
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|A1||Places I've Never Been||3:21|
|A4||A Knot In Your Bop||4:02|
|B3||Real Is Surreal||3:41|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Thirsty Ear Recordings, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Thirsty Ear Recordings, Inc.
- Recorded At – Sorcerer Sound
- Published By – Antipopulist Music
- Published By – OT Music
- Published By – Matt Shipp Music
- Bass – William Parker
- Design, Photography By – Cynthia Fetty
- Drums – Guillermo E Brown*
- Executive-Producer – Peter Gordon
- Management [Beans And Priest] – Amaechi Uzoigwe
- Piano, Supervised By [Blue Series Artistic Director] – Matthew Shipp
- Producer – Antipop Consortium, Matthew Shipp, Peter Gordon
- Trumpet – Daniel Carter
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Khan Jamal
- Vocals, Synthesizer, Programmed By – Antipop Consortium
NotesBeans and Priest are managed for Ozone Music.
Beans and Priest appear courtesy of Warp Records LTD.
All music published by
Priest - Antipopulist Music (SESAC)
Beans - OT Music (SESAC)
except free free hop and stream light which are published by Matt Shipp Music (ASCAP)
℗ & © 2003 Thirsty Ear Recordings, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 00435 71201 0
|THI57120.2||Antipop Consortium||Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp (CD, Album)||Thirsty Ear||THI57120.2||US||2003|
|THI57120.1||Antipop Consortium||Antipop Vs. Matthew Shipp (LP, Album)||Thirsty Ear||THI57120.1||US||2003|