32 Warm, Cool, Jazzy, Crazy, Lazy Beats. Web Web is a highly acclaimed band of award winning German jazz musicians, labeled as German jazz super group and Compost Record’s best jazz outfit. They have released three albums in three years since 2018, while the forth is already recorded and in the pipeline for a winter 2020/21 release.
Last year we were confronted with respected Hip Hop producers who were sampling Web Web, and shared those beats in the web. Furthermore we were kindly asked by one of these beatmakers if he can use a Web Web sample for his
production. That was the initial origin idea to ask several other beatsmiths touching hands on Web Web’s great spiritual output.
Since sampling has been becoming a revive state of art in Hip Hop music again and producers all around the world are releasing tons of cool beats with warm, jazzy, abstract or obscure samples, we thought it’s a great idea to let some chummy beatmakers touch their hand on Web Web‘s jazz tracks.
As said and done: in the end we‘ve got 32 tracks by 12 well respected beatsmiths which will be released under the title Interpretations Of Web Web on September 18th on all digital platforms and double vinyl.
Flip is Austria‘s super star, producer, rapper, and mastermind of the rap crew Texta. He won various “Amadeus” awards and has frequent chart entries in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Flip produced/remixed for Masta Ace, Urbs, Ed O.G, Ras Kass, AG, Elzhi, Phat Kat, Kef Brown, LMNO, Big Tone, Guilty Simpson, Killah Priest just to name a few. His soloalbum “Reflections” was released in the USA through Ill Adrenaline Records while his brand new album “Experiences” recently dropped via Beat Art Department.
It was a no brainer to ask him to remix “Safar” for the second single off the forthcoming album. Sátyr, a young talented producer from Munich/Germany, who just signed to Figub Brazlevic’s label Krekpek Records provides the flipside.
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ARTICLE: Goon Promotion
IMAGE: Flip & Sátyr