Fatima Washington, Anya V, Treasure Fingers, Roger Sanchez – Vintage Future [Blacklight Music]

Sonically woven in complicatedness and unpredictable in it's acclaim-grabbing out-of-nowhere let go, DJ E-Clyps unveils his adopt-up to 'Communicate The Everybody I'm Here' entitled, 'Old-time Time to come'. The album does not ebb here as it twists and turns into cuts such the bass wobbling adapt 'The Mollywhop'. The titanic vocal 'Stable Sucks' brings underwrite reminisces of Ancestry Music's whisker-raising vocal roots, while the tantalizing 'Tour de force' mixes the Afro-Blood cacophony with sizzling chords and synths. 'That Brooklyn Ish 2' continues in the sonic palette of its ancestor which catapulted itself into the playlists of diverse of the existence's top DJ's and listeners playlists the faction throughout. An act of contumacy. A nod to the roots of Building Music interwoven with his signature hip-hop brashness, this 13 way album is a travel into the head of a DJ/Manufacturer who has forged a tone all his own, infused of both worlds. The style line 'Mellowed Subsequent' ventures to the darker side, while displaying the sundry layers of his aptitude as a maker. DJ E-Clyps has not no greater than told the people he's here: he's reminding them.

Roger Sanchez, DJ E-Clyps - Voicemail (Original Mix)
MC Flipside, DJ E-Clyps - Intro (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps, Tara Jamelle - Normal Sucks (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps, Lewis Rocc - Suffocate (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps - The Mollywhop (Original Mix)
Treasure Fingers, DJ E-Clyps - Henny & Dabs (Original Mix)
MC Flipside, DJ E-Clyps - Nice & Thick (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps - Delusions Of Grandeur (Skit) (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps - Vintage Future (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps, Anya V - Masterpiece (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps - That Brooklyn Ish 2 (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps, Fatima Washington - Stevie (Original Mix)
DJ E-Clyps - Apocaclyps (Bonus Track)