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12 August, 2014@8:11 pm
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DJ Shadow writes: “I’m pleased to announce The Liquid Amber EP. This single/EP serves as the opening salvo in what I hope is a long string of music, by myself and others, on my new imprint: The Liquid Amber. There’s two new songs, “Ghost Town” and “Mob,” and a nifty remix of “Six Days” by Machinedrum.


“Ghost Town” is an ambitious ride through many of the micro-genres within the Future Bass umbrella that have inspired me recently, while “Mob” is an intentionally stripped-down, Cali-certified head-nodder. Both songs were written, programmed, and mixed by myself, and they represent the forward steps I feel I’ve taken as an engineer. The “Six Days” remix was something I asked Machinedrum to knock out as a tour weapon, and he crushed it (naturally), so I felt it deserved a proper release.


I’m excited about this music and the new imprint, and I really appreciate everyone’s time and consideration.” - DJ Shadow




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6 Responses to "DJ Shadow – “The Liquid Amber” EP"
  • Tom says:

    OH fuck you DJ Shadow. You used to be the savior and an inspiration. I will admit, this is better than your average song in the last decade, but you seriously should have changed your name once you started doing a completely different type of music. Us hip hop heads, love that grit and those drums. As I said, not a bad song, but for DJ Shadow, is really isn’t much compared to anything after Private Press.

  • Tom says:

    correction BEFORE Private Press.

  • Battlehound says:

    Damn first people shit on the wu now shitting shadow. These guys are still the masters of the game. They never gonna recreate their glory days because they’ve moved on and so should the listeners. Everything shadow puts out has merit and is artistic value.
    So much negativity.
    Endtroducing wasn’t an instant classic, it took time! Shadow is better than 97% of his competitors and everybody wants another classic!

  • The Man the Myth says:

    I don’t think it’s negativity as opposed to disappointment. Speaking for myself, I expect greatness when these dudes drop albums, songs, etc… I probably shouldn’t expect greatness judging by their output over the last 14-17 years, so maybe my expectations are too high. I just look at a dude like el-P, who has completely reinvented and evolved his sound album after album, from company flow to run the jewels, and I think, that is how its done. The key word is EVOLVE. To me, producers like Dre, Rza, DJ Shadow, Pete Rock have DEVOLVED and that is why their music just isn’t good enough.

  • Dnpmonk25 says:

    There is no way I am going to DL this! I was hype and then this got me bored real quick! tmtm you hit it right on with Elp.

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