Lo Phi of (iN)Sect Records spins an eclectic set featuring Janet Jackson, Young-Holt Unlimited, De La Soul, and Devin the Dude

 
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Lo Phi Mixtape

Lo Phi of (iN)Sect Records is dropping his new album For the Kids on July 10. Listen to the track “Accidental Axis.”

Lo Phi has put together an eclectic set for Wax Poetics. Check it:

Track list:
Horoscope – Young-Holt Unlimited
Program Greetings
Intro – Mojoe
Program: Gratitude
What Have You Done For Me Lately – Janet Jackson
Turnkey Tyranny Anti-Turn-up – Busdriver
Program: Still Moving
Do What The Fuck You Wanna Do – Devin the Dude
Aquaspek
Side One – Kent & Durand
Evolution of Man – Binary Star
Program: a Carpenters Interlude
Forest Nativity – Francis Bebey
Breakaway – Big Pig
post hoc ergo propter hoc (for Schopenhauer) – Milo
Program:
Dead (Serious) – Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice
Trying People – De La Soul

 

 

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Justin Kent Ford aka Lo Phi was born in Pasadena, TX, lived in Houston for awhile (as evidenced by the purple cassette) and now resides in Austin, TX.  He’s a member of the collective, Exploded Drawing and he is connected to the universe like no other. The other side where you feel the music running through your blood, head knocking out of control, having just molded two sounds together to form something new, but once heard, seems like it has always needed to be there. That’s the hardest part to nail down with this LP.

“For The Kids” is a positive journey through the mind, with Lo Phi as your guide. With one MC featured, 7layeroscillator, as well as one singer, Tone of Rarity, this LP can be played as a meditation, a lesson, a heartbreaking group of self-realization, an LP full of heat or even a message. We just have a hard time nailing down, what we are listening to. Amazing samples flipped through a 404, a 303 and a 555, and what comes out is truly a joyful noise.

The elders will be very happy.

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