07.01.09 by Jeff

Dert / Talk Strange

Dert’s Talk Strange has just been made available for free download and it is AMAZING. 17 tracks made from Bjork samples and remixes.

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Now I know what you’re thinking – believe me I haaaate 99.9% of the mash-up/remix albums I am sent (and I’m sent A LOT) but anyone who heard Dert’s previous release re-working of Jose González knows this is worth a listen – especially when the cost is free.99!

dert bjork talk strange album download

Dert – Talk Strange – A beat tape inspired by Bjork
Tracklist:

01 skip. the intro
02 funky new world
03 dert is full of love
04 aurora jolie
05 it’s oh so loud!
06 neon strings
07 on the hunt
08 it’s for…
09 aqueous
10 venus morning
11 dark currents
12 flashback
13 the anchor beat
14 generosity
15 dert is out of love
16 downtown living
17 amphibious
18 unraveled













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.virb.com/peterkeep Keep

    glad you posted this! Dert is fire, and he did a GREAT job again here…

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    Flying Lotus gets all the love, more people need to listen to Dert as well.

  • http://www.phenotyp.com ryan

    THANK YOU.

    This is one of the best things to come along in too long.

  • http://creativemyk.com/joerooster joeROOSTER

    thanks…dert is definitely worth a listen. The work he did on westside of the moon was nice!

  • dale

    Am I the only one who has problems with zshare? It doesn’t work a lot of times and I feel like it’s trying to trick me… It seems to work ok in firefox but not at all in ie7. Any reasons why you don’t use file factory, rapid share, mega upload, ect?

    Loved the Flying Lotus mix, listening to DJ Shadow – The 4-Track Era Volume 1&2, looking forward to Talk Strange. Thanks for the upload!

  • http://urbanresearch.wordpress.com Allison

    thanks for posting this. i can’t stop listening!

  • Mark

    i hate it when i look forward to something for a long time and am dissapointed when it finally arrives…
    this is not one of those cases

  • http://www.corygibbons.com Cory Gibbons

    thank you, amazing so far

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    cheers you guys, im glad you’re liking it

  • http://www.lokastudios.com/ paul

    i like this album, quite a bit, thanks for posting… im not a bjork connoisseur but it could use a wee bit more vocal, but regardless of that good stuff

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    yea i think a lot of people feel the same way – the thing i like though is that with very minimal vocals it becomes less a bjork mixtape and more an entirely new work, like a standalone work.





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