DOOKOOM

by DOOKOOM

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about

Some hardcore kak from the Cape Flats.

Including bonus track.

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"Mutant is something to behold; he is at once the raw energy of Wu Tang’s Ol’ Dirty Bastard combined with the street poetry of Tupac."

- Dylan Valley, Africa is a Country

africasacountry.com/cape-town-hip-hop-just-got-interesting-again/

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"There are bits of DOOKOOM's debut EP where Isaac Mutant sounds like the fucking devil."

- ZH, Obrigado Magazine

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"a dark and unapologetic sonic landscape... that sneaks in underneath the skin and bubbles up in an aggressive onslaught."

- Killakam, Okayafrica.

www.okayafrica.com/2013/10/16/south-african-rap-dookoom-kak-stirvy-video-premiere/

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"Mutant brings that hard edge to hip-hop, like Public Enemy, MF Doom and Death Grips.

There is an off-kilter rhythm from the drums, the bass squelches everywhere and industrial-strength synths drill down menacingly, creating a sci-fi video-game aesthetic – a soundtrack to an impending apocalypse."

Lloyd Gedye - Mail & Guardian

mg.co.za/article/2013-10-11-00-new-music

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"it’s music to listen to and have your mind blown."

- Paul, Groundcover Initiative

groundcoverinitiative.com/2013/11/dookoom/

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"Dookoom aren’t here to fuck around."

- Andy Petersen. Platform.
bit.ly/1dkZeDt

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"Remember when people were freaked out by Die Antwoord? Boy cried wolf. And now the real wolf-pack's here."

- Alice Inggs, Rolling Stone online, September 2013.
www.rollingstone.co.za/musicrev/item/2741-listen-dookoom

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"Dookoom eschew any notions of listenability with hard-as-nails industrial synths, growling bass lines, and the spattering coughs of abused lungs filling the space between."

- Andy Petersen. Platform.
bit.ly/1dkZeDt

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"Here come the original Afrikaaps gangsters. Through the Cape Flats trap-rap, the bap-scratch-clap-bap and stray-bullet synth-whine of nightmare-rave, comes the battle cry of the id. Sexual, aggressive – “alles wat mal is” – the EP is a sonic rendering of the pleasure principle; banging beats, a befokte jits lyrical flow, and the cunning linguistics of “gangstery and poetry”... Dookoom wys hulle who the real monsters are in your head(phones)."

Alice Inggs, Rolling Stone Magazine, August 2013.

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"Mutant is someone who takes current hip-hop trends, holds them upside-down, then shakes them until all the good bits fall out. The resulting assembly may not be for everyone - this is about as raw as it gets - but it's almost impossible to ignore."

- Rob Boffard - RobBoffard.com

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"hyper-local, super-charged anti-polity rap. Now, see if you can spot where Die Antwoord took part of their style from."

- Ts'eliso Monaheng. NTSOANA.
ntsoana.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/309/

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"I've never been to the Cape Flats but I get the sense that this is as raw and unfiltered as it gets. This music is made by someone steeped in a particular place; it couldn't have come from anywhere else, and in many ways it feels like a real window into someone's world, however fucked-up and bizarre that world may be."

- Rob Boffard - RobBoffard.com

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"This is I-Do-Not-Give-A-Fuck music, and it's fantastic. You need to hear this. It really is quite something."

- Rob Boffard - RobBoffard.com

credits

released September 2, 2013

All tracks written by Isaac Mutant
All tracks produced by Human Waste

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DOOKOOM Cape Town, South Africa

SHEBEEN // STIRVY // RAP // MONSTER // CAPE FLATS // MUTANT // PUNK // NOISE // TRAP // GRIME // DEATH // 666 // TIK // BASS // SEXXXY // POP //

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