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Cooly G, Hold Me

Cooly G’s Hold Me is far more sweaty, in-your-face, and danceable than the spun-out shadow spaces of Playin’ Me

Little White Earbuds October Charts

01. R-Zone, “Romijn Ravine” [R-Zone]
02. John Barera & Will Martin, “Reality” [Dolly]
03. Gerstaffelen, “Game On Major” [M>O>S Recordings]
04. Deetron ft. Ripperton & Cooly G, “Thinking” [Music Man Records]
05. Berg, “Vakuum” [Berg]
06. Benedikt Frey, “Seven Corridors”
[Love Pain Sunshine & Rain]
07. TCB, “Monogamie” [Die Orakel]
08. Tin Man, “Hack” [Pomelo]
09. Deepchord, “Tantra” [Soma Quality Recordings]
10. Signature Series, “Canopy” [Bad Party Records]

Little White Earbuds July Charts 2012

01. Policy, “One Last Time” [Rush Hour Recordings]
02. Storm Queen, “Let’s Make Mistakes” [Environ]
03. Lauer, “Boringtone” [Running Back]
04. The Mole, “Hippy Speedball” [Ostgut Ton]
05. Dara, “Scribble Me This” [Klein Reise Records]
06. Cooly G, “Come Into My Room” [Hyperdub]
07. Nor’Easter, “Tri-State” [The Corner]
08. D’Marc Cantu, “Green Bike Seat” [M>O>S/Delsin]
09. Juju & Jordash, “Jewsex” [Golf Channel Recordings]
10. Leon Vynehall, “Golden Language” [ManMakeMusic]

Cooly G, Playin Me

On her long-awaited debut album, Playin Me, Cooly G harnesses her talents to convey the complexity of the moments inspiring her tunes.

Cooly G, Landscapes

On Landscapes, Cooly G’s third release for Hyperdub, she does not quite consolidate the meditative and muscular to her usual convincing effect.

Cooly G, Up In My Head/Phat Si

Cooly G’s latest for Hyperdub, Up In My Head/Phat Si, is perhaps also her greatest.

Cooly G, Narst/Love Dub

Although Hyperdub has rightly earned its reputation as one of the world’s leading dubstep labels, the scope of its sound is far more complicated. Burial’s spectral aesthetic owes much to 2-step and garage; Zomby and Joker are pioneers of whatever they’re calling wonky these days; and label head Kode9’s sews together bits and pieces of hip-hop, Baltimore breaks, 2-step, dubstep, and mostly recently the nascent sounds of funky. With the latter most genre quickly gathering steam and admirers, it was only a matter of time before Hyperdub signed their own funky producer — South London’s Cooly G.