Versions by Idjut Boys, released 28 August 2015 1. Ambient Rab 2. Kenny Dub Headband 3. Dub Shine 4. Another Bird 5. Going Down 6. Lovehunter Dub 7. Le Wasuk Versions is a collection of avant dub/disco jams. These are versions of Idjut Boys’ own music throughout the years. We finally got them to stick their heads into the dusty vaults and bring out some of the best versions and make an album. The album that we've always wanted to hear from them. The ultimate Idjut Boys.
The Geto Boys is a remix album by the Geto Boys released in 1990. The album contains one track from the group’s debut album Making Trouble (1988), 10 from its previous album Grip It! On That Other Level (1989), and two new songs. All tracks on the album were re-recorded, remixed and revamped by acclaimed producer Rick Rubin with his protégé Brendan O'Brien. The cover of the album resembles The Beatles' album Let It Be, and the songs attracted much controversy upon the album’s release.
Idjut Boys - Versions It's rarely mentioned these days, but the nu-house scene that flourished in Britain around the turn of the century was a pivotal juncture in UK club culture. Loosely based on the Nuphonic label (hence the name), nu-house awakened a significant minority of clubbers to the idea that house could be raw, sprawling, psychedelic music. Followers of DJ Harvey, Idjut Boys were key architects of the nu-house sound, even as they sought to distance themselves from the term. Idjut Boys are still at their best when, as per their '90s releases, they get deep and dubby, drenching their tracks in echo and reverb. Kenny Dub Headband"-in which the keys, guitars and drums swirl around a trenchant beat and fat, strutting bassline-is incredible.
London's Idjut Boys, the duo of Dan Tyler and Conrad McDonell, deploy heavy dub FX on their mischievous house sides while their remixes are often rendered in a delicious haze of reverb and delay. Versions nudges their Balearic soft rock tendencies back toward their dubby fundamentals. London's Idjut Boys, the duo of Dan Tyler and Conrad McDonell, deploy heavy dub FX on their mischievous house sides while their remixes are often rendered in a delicious haze of reverb and delay.
Three years after London-based DJ/producer duo Idjut Boys released Cellar Door, their proper debut full-length on Oslo's Smalltown Supersound label, they return with Versions, an album reworking material from throughout their career, but primarily centered around Cellar Door. That album generally consisted of chilled-out Balearic disco, utilizing smooth electric and acoustic guitars, pianos, bongos, and rubbery basslines