After hearing Gabriel Cyr/Teleseen’s name thrown around in a few places the first track of his I actually heard was a dope remix of Kartel’s “Life Sweet.” Jump ahead a few years- he just dropped a new 12″ and digital EP called Mandrake on the Percepts label. Grab the digital from boomkat. He cooked a burner mix up that is the perfect soundtrack to Sunday deep cleaning.[audio: http://www.percepts.info/downloads/Luminous%20Dark%20Mix.mp3]
2. Dance in Yr Blood – Lamin Fofana
3. Ladooma (Version) – Kirkkel Dove
4. Komence Improvisation In Maqam Sega – Sufi Music Ensemble
5. All The Ash That Allowed(Shruti Box Version) – Teleseen
6. Mr Money Man(Dubbyman & Above Smoke Remix) – Pulshar
7. Cattle Herder’s Chant – African Head Charge
8. Kilode(Wajeed Rework) – Tony Allen
9. Duration 2 – Jan Greenward
10. Future Days (Carl Craig Remix) – Can
11. 808 Dubplate – Twilight Circus Dub Sound System
12. The Goldest Coast – Teleseen
13. Backwardation – Timeblind
14. Let’s Decay(Dev79 blend) – Shawty Lo ft DG Yola VS Timeblind
15. The Lie(LV Remix) – Zomby
16. Hold a Meditation(Teleseen Remix) – Chezidek
I usually suggest a healthy dose of classic dub on a sunday morning just to make sure you get put on the right path for the week- but if your getting tired of flipping sides or pulling for the next 7″ check Kevin Nutt’s Sinner’s Cross Roads on WFMU. He calls it “Scratchy vanity 45s, pilfered field recordings, muddy off-the-radio sounds, homemade congregational tapes and vintage commercial gospel throw-downs; a little preachin’, a little salvation, a little audio tomfoolery.” It’s mostly old Gospel and RnB- and even if your a fervent non-beleiver it’s hard to deny the sheer power of this music.
Open a pop-up player of one oh his most recent shows here.
And don’t forget- BRUNCH IS A GENRE.