Loefah / Digital Mystikz ‎– Twisup / B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001 Loefah / Digital Mystikz Loefah / Digital Mystikz - Twisup / B(12", W/Lbl) DMZ, DMZ Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001 UK 2004 Sell This Version
DMZ 001 Digital Mystikz & Loefah Digital Mystikz & Loefah - Twisup(3xFile, MP3, 320) DMZ DMZ 001 UK 2004

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sidbis

sidbis

January 6, 2018
referencing Twisup / B, 12", W/Lbl, Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001
"Also I look back at the first track I wrote that came out, was “Twissup” and that is a combination of 808 and 909s. “Indian” and anything I wrote after that before I went halfstep was very derivative of what I heard on Hatcha’s shows. That was me thinking ‘what is dubstep? What should I write? My heart, truthfully, was “Twissup.” It’s the shit I can’t get past and nothing makes me feel as good as" - loefah
friendlystrangers

friendlystrangers

December 19, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Twisup / B, 12", W/Lbl, Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001
Anyone have any idea where the vocal sample on Twisup comes from? Near impossible for me to find any info on it.
vinylsellerDK

vinylsellerDK

August 15, 2011
referencing Twisup / B, 12", W/Lbl, Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001
Unconfirmed, but it definetly sounds like production is by:

A-side: Loefah
B1: Coki
B2: Mala
thezovietdada

thezovietdada

October 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Twisup / B, 12", W/Lbl, Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001
a quality release from the originators of dubstep! no doubt, the a-side isn't to grand but the surreal bassline of B will get stuck in your head for hours. I wish the mystikz would make more spooky stuff like that song.
Putyrhandsup

Putyrhandsup

February 6, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Twisup / B, 12", W/Lbl, Digital Mystikz 001, DMZ 001
I always thought it was called Chamber, but nonetheless, I reckon this is one of the best grime records ever made, mainly for the B-sides. Twis up is good, but the two flips are insanely wonderful pierces of modern evil, the sound of murderous darkness in the most pleasurably goose bumping way. And the bass-line on 'B', Oh. My. God. It's the best way of telling your neighbours to turn down that fucking spice girls record, trust me.