Manpanics has just finished the Music and Sound Design for Volcom‘s new Ad Campaign – Kills Boredom Dead. The commercial was Directed by Australian Film Producer Peanut ~3E~ and shot in Sydney, Australia. It features Volcom’s Grom Surfer and Skater Kyuss King from Byron Bay, appearing in a waiting room to smack some fun into [...]
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1993 saw the release of one of the greatest hip-hop albums ever recorded. 36 Chambers was the the brain child of Ol’ Dirty Bastard,GZA, RZA, Raekwon, Method Man, and Ghostface Killah. Raw, gritty and angry Hip-Hop with RZA’s trademark samples and production make this top of my list. C.R.E.A.M is still my favorite track from [...]
Just an update to say P Town Pirates has just come up in the iTunes store. More stores to follow shortly. Peace J
The Chemical Brothers album Exit Planet Dust was one of the albums that moved me into writing electronic music. I am a bass player by heart but when I started hearing music by the Chemical’s and Prodigy I wanted to know how they made that music. I remember it being a unique sound at the [...]
Developed over a year, conceived in Sydney, Dubai and Penarth, P Town Pirates is the brand new album from Manpanics and is available to buy at most online music stores. The album was influenced by the many places it was recorded, and sees a return by Manpanics to some of his earlier music’s feel. “I [...]
Very unique sounding dance music, always reminded me of the Chemical Brothers early production – sounds like electronic music produced by a rock band. Dirty, heavy riff laden beats and their still rocking dance floors 14 years after Homework’s release.
Here’s the cover of the up-coming new album P Town Pirates by Manpanics. Currently there are six tracks confirmed for the album, due for release before Christmas.
Soundboy’s Killa is a track from Manpanics upcoming E.P. following on from his first album i Man. ”The new material is uplifting, feel good Dubtronica. I have been listening to Roots Manuva, Leftfield, Groove Armada, The Next Men, Daft Punk, The Specials, The Clash, Dr. Dre amongst others. I was also lucky to work with an [...]