The ground breaking scratch
album from DJ Keltech
fusion of turntablism and midi studio production each track is built from
pun intended). scratched drums, guitars,
synths, keyboards. Take the inspiring Hip Hop track “Dream Weaver” for example, a
scratched drum beat tightly fused with a drum&bass style chorus and sick
emcee rhymes. You won’t of heard any tune quite like this before incorporating turntablism,
hip hop and drum&bass under one roof with such subtlety!! Keltech ripped up the rule book when it came to creating this master piece you
would be hard pushed to find any album of this diversity from one artist and
what sets it apart from the rest is you can see from the videos how the tracks
were created via the turntables.
It’s quite simply Keltech’s most creative and best work to date, if you like
his infamous scratch videos you will love hearing the full length versions!
Keltech Strikes Back
Invaders from Outta Scratch
El Captian (skit)
Anyone for Cuppa
Pimp my Horse
Speaking with my hands
Cerveza and Olives
What Ya Think (skit)
+ bonus extras only available on CD version
Includes full length studio
recordings of these classic DJ videos
If you like the videos
you will love this album
released in 2005
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DJ Keltech Strike Back
You may well have seen a video
doing the rounds on the internet a while back of some crazy wrist bending antics
by some guy dressed as Lord Vader… or was it man like Darth after all? Well,
building on his success, DV alias Keltech has released a mixtape entitled
Kicking off with the routine which started off this whole shebang, Keltech
butchers up some Star Wars-ish in a unique blend of semi-comedy / sublime skill.
It’s not long though before he’s displaying more than just quirky routines,
as “Sunset”, the self produced flamenco guitar driven track proves. Still
the quirky routines do rock the spot though, with “Pimp My Horse” being the
best! Cutting up Black Beauty in some kind of Hiphop / Rock fusion works like
Marmite and cheese (try that shit!). There’re even tracks with his partner in
crime Johnny B and some versatility displaying Drum & Bass tracks
such as the Calypso sounding “Cerveza And Olives”.
Keltech is indeed a jack of all trades and a master of most, displaying
turntablist skills, production board ability and an ear for unique concepts.
After the “Strike Back” where will he go next? Could be interesting!
Keltech is indeed a jack of all trades and a
master of most