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  • Audio CD (1 Jan. 1980)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ghostly International
  • ASIN: B000067F82
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Dabrye main man Tadd Mullinix has been wowing crowds and DJs alike in his hometown of Detroit for a little while now, gaining notoriety for not only his excellent ragga/jungle releases under his SK-1 moniker, but for his elegantly crafted modern electronica crafted under his own name.

Signing to the stylishly adventurous US based Ghostly International label about a year ago, this new release sees a new side project and a new sound for 2002. On this first of three planned releases under the name of Dabrye, Mullinix has abandoned his glitchy layered sound for a stripped down, funk fuelled ten track odyssey that will get you shaking your thing on your living room table before the first track is even over. We guarantee it.

Effortlessly blending instrumental hip-hop, 8-bit analogue and beds of ambient synths, One/Three bounces and swings along with all the swagger of a drunken pimp yet has all the grace and poise of a ballet dancer. From the gorgeously evolving saxophone sample on The Lish to the cut up vocoder loop on Smoking The Edge, you can read the influences here like you were reading off the ingredients list to making a fantastic gourmet cake: 80s electro, old-school hip-hop, abstract techno and of course good old fashioned Detroit funk.

Mullinix has brilliantly captured his influences and has thrown them into a kaleidoscopic playground of sound, where they all seem to be having a really good time together. Interestingly enough, Mullinix says his main influences are people like Terry Riley, Gavin Bryars and Phillip Glass. Perhaps its these influences (along with the fact that hes a classically trained cellist) that makes his beats so hauntingly gorgeous. Either way - hes doing something right and I suspect well be hearing a lot more from the boy before the year is out.

One/Three is easily one of our favourite releases of the year thus far on one of the most promising labels coming from the US today. If you like your beats with a dash of class, do not miss this. An essential purchase of the highest order. --Olli Siebelt

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Stylish sophisticated minimal beats, the music sounds like the cover looks.. but ultimately a bit boring with style overshadowing content. The production is super slick & high quality- but too many of the tracks dont stand up strong enough in their own right.
The opening track 'The Lish' is one of the strongest- blending clean minimal techno sounds with a dare i say 'trip hop' bass (yeah i know- cliches- but you all know what i mean), with a jazzy clarinet or sax (or something), over the top giving a breezy chilled classy & original sound.
There is a feel to the rest of the album of minimal technoishness, sort of bleepy circa 91Forgemasters and NOWAX, in theat hypnotic groove way, although the overall effect is NOT techno but more hip hop. The whole album chuggs away at a fairly slow chilled pace, groovy with cheeky effects and a few bouncy unpredictable basslines AT BEST. The Lish, With A Professional, Truffle & Shuffle & So Scientific especially, have the most interesting effects-- cheeky bass - spacey bleeps- and sci fi sound effects , but the rest suffers from being hypnotic & repetitive without groove. Not for partying too, but at the same time to irritating to chill to.. the fear is 'background fodder'.. it is however an interesting fusion of styles with loads of potential.
If you like the 'glitchy' hip hop side of things, id reccomend Prefuse73s 'One Word Extinguisher' instead, Dabrye did collaborate on that album too- fusing hip hop with leftfild programming and electronic sounds, or if you prefer the old minimal slow techno feel, id go for LFOs Low Frequency Oscillation (1st album 1991)- its a flippin gem, got all the style and minimilasm with loads a groove. Infact get both theyre both winners..
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Unlike the other reviewer, who did a nice job, i dont normally compare this to techno, minimal or otherwise. For me Dabrye One/Three is pure distilled hiphop, the best hiphop beats i have ever heard alongside prefuse73. The main difference being the absence of a shitload of samples. For me the album is exceptionally good, cant get enough of it, only track 6 is of less than sublime quality
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5.0 out of 5 stars Them microchips gettin' DOWN so fine, your hips will twitch... 21 April 2014
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Electronic instrumental hiphop-- "minimalist", but not minimal intelligence. Samples, glitches, etc., all put to good use. The guy has got great ears, a killer rhythmic feel (he makes those circuits FONK and groove!), and a healthy sense of humor. On first listen I was grinning ear to ear while doing some housework. For some it may seem better that way, as background music-- but then let it pull you in! If you dig Prefuse 73, you'll be more than halfway to this already. And then try to find a copy of the self-titled CD by Faceless (Mutant Sound System label, 1997).
5.0 out of 5 stars Dope CD from beginning to End 6 April 2007
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I loved everything about this CD. The beats along with the electronic sound is amazing to me. If you are into a little alternative and hip hop, check out this CD.
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4.0 out of 5 stars <---_Names to clock, They're making the Move_---> 6 July 2002
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To start - The critics and record reviewers will Eat This Stuff Up... if they ever sit down and hear it! These guys need to be onto Hefty Records and the branch out labels...!!(check da site bwoy!!)
As Scott Herren (Savath and Savalas, Prefuse 73)is experiencing a late success with some of his earlier recordings under various aliases, his album w/Warp records ('Vocal Studies..')was an instant classic to many underground reviewers and heads alike.
Dabrye was next in line and dropped something I see as being just as classic, only filling different gaps. I see Dabrye being much more party friendly, or party instigating. I mean I put this album on and just start moving and rhyming and just saying yeauh,yeeeuhh,whutt,yeeeuuhh. I mean he brings together a smooth 70's jazz sound over an old skool u-ziq-type bassbeat, or he puts one piece of the track into a skipmode repetition while another line is continuosly changing..maybe these sound like commonsense blends and sequencing, but I've never heard it done this way.
Herren says the album is like Autechre meets JayDee, but that, being a tempting description, still limits the variety of influences heard here. There's an early 90's East Coast vibe to many jams(De La, Digable and of course A Tribe..) there's glitchy melodies and tonal harmonies (remeniscent of Plaid, Flanger, even a little Oval.. or.. Tortoise?) and then he throws in dem ol' D-town/Philly style 808 bass drops(Frankie Bones,Deisel Boy..Squarepusher?).
--But enough comparisons, even if you dislike one or the other, THIS album is a banger. His new joint's called "Instrmntl", buy it too! I mean it just keeps getting better, and with their new __'Eastern Developments'__ record label I think these guys are about to Shock Da World.. Ya Nah Mean!?
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5.0 out of 5 stars ...and I thought hip hop was dead. 24 Jun. 2005
By K. Sexton - Published on
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This is not so much a review, but more of a recomondation. Nay, a demmand, I demmand you buy this cd. If you're like me and think that most hip hop these days is boring and stuck in a rut, listen to some glitch hop. Artists like dabrye and prefuse take what artists like squarepusher have done for a while and aply it to a more accessable format like hip hop.

If you really enjoy this cd i suggest listening to other artists on the amazing ghostly label (including Tadd Mullinix and James T. Cotton- Dabrye's alter egos.)

Again, I cannot stress how great this album is- go buy it.
3.0 out of 5 stars Fun, limited 9 Mar. 2009
By IRate - Published on
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Electronic snippet grooves make for flashy background, but as a concentrated listening experience, exerts only so much after repeated listens, as would be the norm with this type of well intentioned but ultimately disposable hip-tronica sub-genre graced by the likes of Prefuse 73 and Blockhead. The difference must be in the details, since a few of these tracks swim so well that future success behind the boards for this artist seems absolute, but still at least half sinks from underdeveloped inclinations.
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