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Samiyam - Return (Vinyl)

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  1. Samiyam. Return. Return EP. Hyperdub Sample appears at jump. Download this Track. Buy on Vinyl/CD. Contributed by anthole (24,) Report wrong information or missing video. Discussion. Be the first to comment on this sample! You must be logged in to comment.
  2. Coming out with one of the most anticipated and long-awaited albums so far on Brainfeeder is Samiyam aka Sam Baker. "Sam Baker's Debut Album" is 40 minutes of pure listening pleasure, a series of woozy, off-centre hip hop instrumentals drawing heavily on Baker's love of electronic funk but never in hock to it. Intensely detailed and carrying considerable emotional weight, this is not "Rap.
  3. Jul 07,  · Samiyam is fast becoming a key figure within this exciting hip-hop scene. As well as releasing his 'Rap Beats' album, he also collaborates with Flying Lotus as FLYamSAM. His 'Return EP' is a tasty four tracker that's full of slabs of catchy lo-fi synths and post-Dilla style beats.
  4. Mar 04,  · Samiyam makes a much-welcomed return to the fold with his Stones Throw debut, having crafted out a unique style of start/stop hip-hop with no drop and collaborating with scene figurehead Flylo, Samiyam has had a relatively quiet few years but Animals Have Feelings proves he has been hard at work in the lab pumpin' demos and makin' songs phat.
  5. Samiyam - Samples, Covers and Remixes on WhoSampled. Discover all Samiyam's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download.
  6. Samiyam’s second LP on Stones Throw is a delightful tape. Entirely sample-free, the beats here sit somewhere between Fly Lo, Karriem Riggins and Knxwledge, with the kindly spectre of Dilla blessing everything with some low-end theory.
  7. In the event you receive a defective or damaged product you can exchange or return items within 60 days. You can review our complete return policy here.
  8. 'Man vs. Machine' follows up Samiyam's Hyperdub killer with one of the best examples of the LA beat scene we've heard this year, featuring Samiyam in a purely esoteric mode, shaping seven woozy analog bumpers with a blend of stop-starting 8-bit edit techniques, booming bass drops and that skunked-out LA slacker character that defines so much of his work. 'July' edits cosmic strings over a slow.
  9. Flying Lotus' right hand man Samiyam has a 12" out on Kode 9's Hyperdub label and his sound isn't quite what you expect from Hyperdub although it does fit. The Return EP sound is like a more 8-bit sounding cross between J Dilla and Flying Lotus.8/10(1).

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