Stretch combover to my place.
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Anyway, this is weird, because I think this piece of electronica is the actual sound of Dubalin. I know peops won’t agree but the song has a lot of resonance for me. As a younger Stretch, in the early 90s working in a horrible insurance company as their gimp-post-boy, part of my job was to walk round Dubalin delivering shite to other fascists. With Walkman (cassettes kids) strapped to my little head I would buzz around the city a pied and waste my day wandering and exploring with a soundtrack of trance music (vols1-4 classic), Rollerskate Skinny Horsedrawn Wishes, David Holmes This film’s crap…let’s slash the seats, bizarrely Type O Negative’s October Rust (scary veg) and Decal’s first album Ultramack 004.
Whenever “Excelsis” came on, I would feel really good and kinda feel proud of the city…this piece of ambient music reflected the good, bad, the pretentious, the cool, the underground, the ordinary and all other types this place had to offer. It seemed so apt. I listened to a lot of music on those walking fits and nothing really came up to the mark as much as this song.
A chilled out little gem from one of Dubalin’s finest and a crappy lo-fi video of Dubalin streets to boot. It’s as good as sellotaping armpit hair on your head!
No sexual innuendo was used in this blog….okay?