Tigermoth- Riddim Killa (rmx)

Back in February, Australian beatsmith Tigermoth and the Sinister Jazz record label released the instrumental album Traversing Karma digitally and made plans to press up vinyl copies of the project at some point in the future. And while a quick trip to the Traversing Karma page on Bandcamp still does not show an option to purchase vinyl copies of the album, recent updates from Tigermoth provide good evidence that the wax is definitely on its way. As a bonus, Tigermoth also plans to make an exclusive remix project available to all supporters that order the Traversing Karma project on vinyl. Recently, the hardworking producer offered up a little taste of what the remix project has in store by leaking his take of the 2002 cut "Riddim Killa" from U.K.-based hip hop artist Rodney P. Where the original cut draws heavily from the dancehall and reggae sounds of Rodney P.'s upbringing, Tigermoth's version goes for a more aggressive tone with its use of prog-rock electric guitars and crashing drums. Where other remixes often fail to bring anything new to the table, Tigermoth's soundbed adds a level of frantic, "in-your-face" energy that's definitely missing from the original. Simply put, this is a really dope remix that's guaranteed to be a welcomed addition to you weekend soundtrack.


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