Finest Ego: Nachtschade – Sample Special

Woher stammen die Melodien, Textphrasen und Rhythmen aus den populären Songs der heutigen Zeit? In vielen Fällen handelt es sich um Samples. Fetzen aus anderen Stücken, die von Produzenten und Künstlern zweitverwertet werden. Dieser schöne Nachtschade-Mix räumt mit einigen Stücken und den Klangstücken, die diese auszeichnen auf. Ein Sample Special.

From Dan Snaith aka Caribou sampling Cos’ “Halucal” to Kendrick Lamar using an expert from Chakachas’ “Yo Soy Cubano” to the late J Dilla sampling René Costy’s “Scrabble”. We’d be no where without the samples that go into producing our favorite songs.

“It’s interesting how everything seems to repeat and comes back around; through music, fashion, and all veins of culture. There are numerous theories, research, and areas of study around this concept that society goes through cycles, that all things recur.

As we see how our culture changes and conjures classics from the past into new forms of fashion, music, and other forms of expression, it’s undeniable that art inspires each subsequent generation’s creations. We should never forget the past great works, they nourish us and connect us as human beings.” – Stephanie Pyrzynski

+++ artwork © 2015 Albert Shelton

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