After spending the last year or so accustoming himself to fatherhood and fine tuning his 3rd LP The Cold Light Of Day with long time collaborator Plutonic Lab, Dialectrix is kickstarting 2013 with a rare and limited edition release involving some of the worlds best talents.
The result is Satellite, an exclusive 5 track EP being released to vinyl only (digital D/L included) with each track showcasing an overseas producer while Dtrix exhibits the hunger and versatility the Sydney wordsmith is known for.
Artwork for the EP is being handled by April77 Creative, longtime collaborators with Dialectrix and creators of artwork for Obese Records, Hilltop Hoods, Bliss N Eso and many more. A limited number of Satellite EP will also be packaged with April77’s new book scheduled for release early 2013. The book will showcase an extensive selection of album cover artwork produced by the studio over the past 10 years.
Stop brings a barrage of braggadocio-battle raps intertwined with self assured ridiculousness that screams of live rowdiness over a smacking beat from Germany’s Suff Daddy with the additional finesse of one of Australia’s greatest turntablists DJ Bonez on the cut. Dialectrix shows an introspective view to his inner thoughts on the smooth and esoteric Enjoy The Music featuring the UK’s shining producer Eric Lau with fellow Blue Mountains brethren DJ Morgs of the Thundamentals appearing for a cameo scratch.
Dialectrix then goes in with a vicious delivery and a no holds barred attitude over former Scratch Pervert Mr Thing’s (UK) gigantic What Is This World Coming To?. From the media/social systems to his vehement disappointment in the music industry and the world in general, he leaves no stone unturned as to who and what are ruining the world around him. Sydney Psychosis is a tainted homage to the city over a rolling, hypnotic beat supplied courtesy of New Zealand’s Haz Beats of the notorious Home Brew Crew with cuts executed by the world renowned DJ Revolution.
The title track Satellite is spearheaded by one of LA’s finest beatsmiths Exile delivering his classic soulful chops as Dtrix alikens his position in the world to a satellite bunker with music being his main source to communicate abroad. The Satellite EP is a unique one off approach to mustering an eclectic and foreign soundscape while remaining underpinned with Dialectrix’s familiar and technical flow. Secure your copy of this extremely limited release before they are all gone!
1. Stop – produced by Suff Daddy and cuts by DJ Bonez
2. Enjoy the Music – produced by Eric Lau and cuts by DJ Morgs (Thundamentals)
3. What Is This World Coming To? – Produced and cuts by Mr. Thing
4. Sydney Psychosis – produced by Haz Beats (Home Brew) and cuts by DJ Revolution
5. Satellite – produced and cuts Exile