After a period of relative quiet, Ricardo Villalobos seems to be everywhere lately. And, as per his wont, he's turning up in all sorts of unexpected places. We've recently had his NDF remix for DFA and his bootleg-not-bootleg of Tobias.'s "Street Knowledge"; Alphahouse has also reissued a 1999 colla..
#1 / Fri, 12 Nov 10 11:14 (Edited: 12 Nov 10 18:47)
No matter which camp you fall in, it's hard not to be annoyed by the incessant "One, two, three" that's replayed over and over, which faintly recalls Bill Murray's role in Groundhog's Day, had his character been a bandleader instead of a weatherman.
Seriously? What did you expect? It's Villalobos for 's sake... The guy who brought you 37 minutes of looped horn section & 17 minutes long loop of kids singing nursery rhyme about Baba Yaga. Even though i'm yet to hear it in its entirety, i'm pretty sure it's badass unlike his recent relatively uninspired remixes.