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Little White Earbuds Podcast 79 - Jacob Korn - Ten tracks from ten years

jacob korn on March 28, 2011 10:20

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    01. Granufunk, “Im Meer Der Artefakte” [Astro Lab Recordings] (2006)
    02. Comfort Fit ft. Blaktroniks, “Freeze The Cut” (Jacob Korn Remix) [white*] (2007)
    03. Jacob Korn, “Mirrorflip” [Dolly] (2009)
    04. Mano Le Tough, “Baby, Let’s Love” (Jacob Korn Remix) [Dirt Crew Recordings] (2010)
    05. Jacob Korn, “I Like The Sun (But Not On LCDs)” [Running Back] (2008)
    06. Jacob Korn, “SHE” [Uncanny Valley] (2011)
    07. Dutch Rhythm Combo, “Come On” (Sket Remix) [Pulver Records] (2003)
    08. Jacob Korn, “Noch Zu Retten!” [white*] (2000)
    09. Clueso, “Kein Bock Zu Geh’n” (Jacob Grain Remix) [Four Music] (2005)
    10. Granufunk ft. Sonny Plankton, “Big City Lights” [Head+Arm] (2004)
    * denotes tracks which, as of the time of publishing, are unreleased

    Ever since Jacob Korn’s scorching debut on Running Back, where his “I Like The Sun (But Not On LCD’s)” burned his name into minds like the aforementioned celestial sphere into retinas, he’s steadily been adding to his impressive discography, notching up releases for Permanent Vacation, Dolly and Uncanny Valley to name just a few. Although his presence was immediately felt with his first release, he had in fact been around under alternate nom de plumes for several years. His Granufunk alias under which he first started producing seems worlds away from his current material, the electronica cum-hip hop beginnings were experimental and decidedly less polished than his more recent releases. Under his own name, he has impressed with a stream of disco, house, and techno that straddles all of those sounds, landing him in the crates of disc jocks across the board. Keeping active within the Dresden scene where is based, he not only extends a philanthropic branch of knowledge to kids through music workshops but also helps run the Uncanny Valley label. For LWE’s 79th podcast, Korn put together ten of tracks from his decade of productions, which charts some of his big tracks next to some of his lesser known audible nuggets.

    Release date: Mar 28, 2011


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