Gorilla Glue, the new mixtape from underground staple DJ J-Scrilla (presented by M&&B and Maniiifest), is a seamless blend of funk, soul, and electro played at a slowed down speed with scratching, mixing, and remixes sprinkled throughout. According to DJ J-Scrilla, all the music on the project comes from 45″ vinyl records that are slowed to a 33 RPM speed, making them sound like they are “moving through glue,” hence the title. The title also has a double meaning, as it is also referencing a medicinal strain of marijuana called Gorilla Glue. If you like mash up megamixes, alternative music, remixes, screwed music or breaks, then hit play and let DJ J-Scrilla take you on a 32-minute journey through the quicksand.
Gorilla Glue artwork is also by DJ J-Scrilla and features music from the following artists:
Al Green, Soul Survivors, Otis & Carla, Lowell Fulsom, Maceo & The Macks, Shannon, Kraftwerk, Afrique, Arthur Baker, David Bowie, Rockwell, Jimmy “Bo” Horne, Al Hudson, Segments Of Time, The Five Stairsteps, The Jaggerz, Dennis Coffey, Pete Rock, AZ, Inspektah Deck, D’Angelo, The Invitations, Pat Lewis, Camron, Raekwon, Patrick Adams Initiative, Goodie Mob, Raheem DeVaughn
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