- Joined on November 21, 2001
I'm selling my entire music collection, so if there's something you see that isn't listed for sale yet please get in touch.
If John Carpenter, Bill Conti, David Shire or Lalo Schifrin were reincarnated as DJ's they'd be Damon Baxter. 'Deep Red' is an imaginary soundtrack filled with wonderful soundscapes, textures and melodies a la Grantby style. Instead of rehashing the... See full review
Spectacular acid jazz spy-fi sounds from this obscure UK duo. This sounds like an imaginary score taken straight from the Henry Mancini-Arabesque soundtrack with its Middle Eastern undertones and funky breakbeats. Essential. Be on the lookout for a... See full review
This is The Prunes album that should've been. Hip hop that focuses more on live instrumentation rather than recycled loops and samples, Peder--1/3 Prunes member, takes his sound to the next level. Recommended for fans of Mo'Wax, Ninja Tune, Grand... See full review
Perhaps the best Silent Poets album to date. It pretty much illustrates just how versatile these guys can be as producers. There are tracks ranging from jungle & downtempo to dub & hip hop...something for everyone. Plus, they've consistently released... See full review
Deadly Avenger, the man with the plan and one to look out for in 2002! The Illicit EP highlights a small taste of Damon Baxter's sound which consists of funky breaks, heavy soundtrack sampling and old school hip hop flavor. Guaranteed to rock any dancefloor! See full review