The Way Of The Intercepting Fist
Starting Teeth returns after a couple of debut European live-acts last November 2008, and a weirdo remix of Mochipet Lazy Day which created a link between Oakland-based vocalist/rapper K.Flay and them.
Inspired by Bruce Lee’s movie, Starting Teeth’s new EP The Way Of The Intercepting Fist once again draws upon their crazy beatscape universe. The first track Weapons features the versatile, bad-ass suburban rap queen K.Flay who offers a killer interpretation of wistful laidback hyphy cut with floating pads. Then comes Venom and its mischievous sonic shrapnel that will help you reach the very limits of your consciousness. Canadian Hrdvsion, now relocated in Berlin, brings a characteristically powerful remix of an already classic tune, Weapons, featuring K.Flay with an upbeat and catchy melody that will make you bounce.
On the flip-side come two exclusive remixes off Starting Teeth debut I Won’t Do Anything I Can Do album. With a westward wind, San Francisco’s housey producer Dave Aju re-edits the Burn The Roof Tropical track to make it tailormade for a sweat-drenched dancefloor. At The same time, London homie Vincent Oliver serves a smashing xxDone mental techno remix, leading us through dark shafts before bringing us back into the light.