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Jack Waterson - Adrian Younge Presents

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Jack Waterson is the acid that Adrian never took as a kid. The result, as you'd expect, is both colorful and dark; full of sonic and musical surprises. The creative relationship they have questions the social order of the United States, yet theirs is a quintessentially American Story: Kindred spirits Punk rock and hip hop came from the same place, fueled by identical sentiments: people taking the music back, reclaiming it, and finding a new audience. Waterson, primed from the mid-70s Punk scene, began his musical career in '79 as a founding member of Green on Red. They inspired artists as diverse as My Bloody Valentine, Wilco and Mazzy Star with their records and psychedelic palette. Years later, Waterson continued his influential journey by opening the revered musical instrument store, Future Music, a Los Angeles staple. In '99, an 18 year-old Younge realized that he wanted to create music that sounded like the records he was sampling. Unbeknownst to him, he serendipitously wandered into Future Music. It's there, he realized his dream was possible. Intrigued by the stores focus on pre '83 equipment, Waterson soon became a mentor in developing Younge's unique analog sound. They spoke heavily about the importance of vintage equipment and it's use in creating revolutionary worlds. During these years, Waterson schooled Younge on psych and art rock; Younge returned the favor by schooling him on Hip Hop, the origins of sampling, and its source music. Together this unlikely duo manifested new revolutionary worlds with Waterson appearing on every Younge album within the last decade.

Smile 02:35
Prepare For A Long Fall 02:23
Fly Wallenda 03:23
The Legend of Shortie George 02:33
Religion of Death 02:01
Flashback 04:41
They Wont Help You 02:35
Stay 02:43
Larceny 03:04
All Hail The Emperor 04:49