FINALLY, part two–of three mind you–of the hilarious, sometimes offensive, forward thinking yet sluggish pair, Colin & Dan, the Laggards. In this fraction of our discussion we talk about the fad that is Trap music, the Internet, Grime, the future and a late preview of some ironically relevant sounding Laggards original.
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In terms of being literally offensive, will there be meow explicit material in your sets—ghetto rap for example?
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: Well that’s kind of obviously offensive, but our approach would be like if we had a HUGE crowd of people who are expecting that, to be like, you know what—here’s some emo from the mid 90s. Like fuck you guys.
Colin: My ultimate floor burner is Enigma – Return to Innocence.
Dan: Ouphhhh… Oh man, Enigma – Return to Innocence (Laggards TRAP RMX). We’ll make it happen.
Are trap remixes still what’s up? wouldn’t Laggards be coming in late to the game; makes sense tho. But Trap tho, what do you think of this fad?
Colin: Ahhh, it’s got another another year probably.
Another year and we go back to basics?
: Well deep house is the return to basics. People will get bored of trap because it’s quite monochromatic. But if you play it twice as fast it sounds like footwork so…Colin
: Do you think that footwork is next Dan?–sorry I’m just going to take over the questioning (laughter).
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Dan: Maybe we should interview Pax?
Colin: Pax, what’s next? What’s coming?
Like what’s coming to the mainstream clubs?
: No, what’s coming to the Internet? Because that’s where it’s all born now.Dan
: I actually know the answer to this. Grime is coming back except that people are totally making Eski, instrumental Grime. Think Nguzunguzu.
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Colin: I was on that tip years ago!
Dan: Ya but you didn’t have a name to call it. You didn’t say guys check out this–
Colin: I don’t give a shit about names!
Call it Future Bass, Cloud Rap, New Grime… For example I think Logos’ Cold Mission when I think of new Internet Grime. It has a lot of empty space, do you like this stripped back approach or more maximal stuff?
Colin: ~Call it what you want to call it~ Man I don’t know, I think its so diverse now that it won’t be one or another, it will be multiple factions of it.Dan: Basically do what you want.
The Internet really does dissolve the boundaries, so who is on your radar for genre-crossing artists?
Colin: Man, I don’t know, I don’t really like anyone. (HAHAHA)Dan: The problem is that music isn’t actually that good and we might be moving into video.