Likkle sample of one of my synth pop projects, as recorded on the Teenage Engineering OP-1.
Suges and the GBO: Act Like You Know
Just some fun, not-so-modern ModernFunk to tide you over ‘till my next real rekkid is ready!
The modern incarnation of Suges’ venerable “Deep Ultra Radio Show” from 2004…now back for 2013 with 100% MO’ funk and 100% less deep house. HA! Education for the modern funksters: you can’t claim modern funk unless you know classic funk!
Peep the tracklist tho. Special preview of upcoming Sigg Buggz stuff at the end:
1. Jeanette “Lady” Day - Come Let Me Love You
2. Gayle Adams - Don’t Blame It On Me
3. Vicky “D” - This Beat Is Mine
4. Joy - I Need Your Love
5. Central Line - Walking Into Sunshine
6. Stephanie Mills - Put Your Body In It
7. Cheryl Lynn - Shake It Up Tonight
8. Roy Ayers - Chicago
9. Billy Ocean - Calypso Funkin’
10. Bobby Nunn - Private Party
11. Lillo Thomas - Trust Me
12. Sigg Buggz and the GBO - Act Like You Know [Draft 1]
All the way from 1997…the first piece of music I ever made (under any alias)…The Pimp Slap. An hour-long porno soundtrack for a porno that doesn’t exist.
Unfortunately I had to cut out about 15 minutes of it because I used a lot of samples from old Detroit soul records that—at the time—no one had heard, but now everyone’s a crate-digger. Ah well. Dig it.
Sacha - I Can’t Pretend (Sigg Buggz Extended 12” Remix)
Unused remix on Gene King’s Shines Records release.
Sigg Buggz Production: Limore - In My Arms Tonight
Originally produced in 2004 under my funky alter-ego Sigg Buggz and updated a few times since then, this was my first experience in laying real vocals over this style of production.
A Sigg Buggz Demo: Test That Body
Produced in 2004 under my funky alter-ego Sigg Buggz, I made this to test out a brand new program I had bought at the time called Reason 4. Since this was the first time I had ever used it, I probably didn’t get the best sound quality that was possible out of the program, but at the same time, you have to remember that this ancient version of Reason didn’t have any audio capabilities and didn’t have even half of the awesome built-in softsynths it has now. So, if I’m not mistaken, it’s using the built-in Subtractor synth, the Re:Drum module, the vocoder, and the NN19 sampler. All going into the 14:2 line mixer. Bounced directly to a wave.