Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Red Motorbike 009 Worldwide Release today!

Piccadilly Review:
Heeeeere's Eddie! The Canadian edit maestro swings his leg over his steel horse for another foray into the swinging saloon on the wrong side of town. After the recent split release with Noodleman, Eddie cuts the wagon loose and rides out alone again with another extra fine duo of dubbed out edits. "Farmer God" sees a high plains drifter out of his gourd on powerful peyote, strumming away and riding into the sunset as the steady groove rolls on, topped by exotic guitar solos and smooth woodwind. Sultry and breezy, this little number's gonna tease and please Balearic folks from the dustbowl to the rice paddies.On the flip "The Touch" gives a taste of the classic Eddie C style as a beautiful mid-tempo jam is expertly extended, with only the juiciest parts added to the blender. The producer weaves lyrical guitar, funky piano and a strolling bassline around a trademark mid tempo rhythm, taking us straight to the floor.


  1. Hi... really enjoying your latest "Red Motorbike 9" 7inch... "Farmer God" is my song... Did you rework/sample an Asian (Taiwan, Hongkong, Malaysia, Singapore) song for this... sounds so familiar - but I just can't figure it out... nice tune!

    Greetings from Chengdu/China

  2. Hi Thank You, I'm glad to hear you're listening!
    I don't exactly know where the record is from that I sampled for it but I bought it at this store in Tainan. It's on the other side of the record playing on the turntable on the floor. There's a long story attached to it..

  3. Hi! Thanks for sharing... Taiwan! Nice... planning on going there for my next holiday - and plan to look for some records too... :)