New Discovery – Blind Arcade Meets Super Weird Substance In The Morphogenetic Field

Blind Arcade

Merseyside DJ, Greg Wilson has spent the last few months working on a project called, ‘Blind Arcade Meets Super Weird Substance In The Morphogenetic Field’. BAMSWSITMF is a 19 track mixtape with ex Ruthless Rap Assassins andBlack Grape frontman, Kermit Leveridge at it’s heart, ably assisted by fellow Blind Arcade partner in crime, EVM128.

The mixtape also features contributions from amongst others, singers, BB. James, Amy Wilson, Katherine Reynolds, Carmel Reynolds andTracey Carmen, trumpeter Kevin G. Davey, saxophonistMarc Rockwood and special guest vocalists Howard Marks andMC Tunes.

The mixtape is available as a free download and is described thusly, “Uplifting, life-affirming, and perfectly timed for the summer months – cobbled together, Heath Robinson stylee, more by serendipity than design, into a coherent whole by DJ / Producer Greg Wilson. Most of the tracks featured are by Blind Arcade, either existing demos or works in progress, but the mixtape is also peppered with half-a-dozen GW edits, lyrically laced to bubble the Super Weird stew – the constant presence, and main ingredient, being Kermit Leveridge, for it’s his inspirational tale of faith and redemption that lies at the very core of this morphogenetic mixtape. Following on from the Ruthless Rap Assassins and Black Grape, we believe that this is his greatest musical odyssey, drawing from the deep wells of his own mythos and logos. There were 3 frontmen in the Rap Assassins, 2 in Black Grape, but now, for the first time, Kermit steps to the fore – no longer to be described by such a limited term as ‘rapper’, but as a sabre-skilled vocal chameleon, his shades and depths ranging from wise old soul to lovestruck adolescent, invoking his many I’s as a cast of compelling characters, both comic book and close–up personal, whilst, in trickster tradition, keeping us on our toes, not knowing what to expect next.”

Download the mixtape for free here.

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