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beat:repeat NYC: Anthrax - I Am The Law

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In 1986, Anthrax unleashed the thrash metal monster “I Am The Law” on New York City. In this episode of beat:repeat NYC, Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante meets with Ninja Tune producer Lee Bannon to transform the track from its core: The beat. Using his AKAI MPC Renaissance, Bannon shows what a drum machine can do with Benante’s ferocious live drumming.

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: Alex Warren
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Brett Jutkiewicz
Second Camera: Tyler McPherron
Editor: Alex Warren
Assistant Editor: Andrew Sales
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Richard Levengood
Original Music: Salva
Additional Music: Ian Becker
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: anthrax, lee bannon, ninja tune, new york, metal, drum & bass, paul's boutique, electric lady, red bull music academy, beat repeat and yours truly


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beat:repeat NYC: Mtume - Juicy Fruit

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Despite their minimal sound, Mtume was one of the most colorful funk and soul groups to emerge in the early ’80s. Their classic tune “Juicy Fruit” has been sampled often over the years, most notably in Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy.” In this episode of beat:repeat NYC, Mtume talks about the tune and then takes us to a neighborhood boxing gym for a few rounds. Later, Black Moon’s Evil Dee samples “Juicy Fruit” yet again, showing off his skills on one of hip hop’s iconic machines: the SP-1200.

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: David Fine
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron
Editor: Tyler McPherron
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Joel Sadler
Original Music: Salva
Additional Music: Ian Becker
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: mtume, evil dee, linndrumm, sp-1200, drum machines, juicy fruit, notorious big, miles davis, funk, r&b, yours truly, red bull music academy and beat repeat


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beat:repeat NYC: Suicide - Frankie Teardrop

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No sacred cow was safe from Suicide. Reviled and revolutionary, Alan Vega and Martin Rev used a cheap drum machine, fevered screams and a newspaper story detailing a murder as inspiration for what would eventually become a classic. In this episode of beat:repeat NYC, Martin Rev meets Xeno and Oaklander to talk about the track and watch the Ghostly International duo reimagine “Frankie Teardrop.”

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: David Fine
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron
Editor: Kendra Juul
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Tim Chase
Production Assistant: Nina Gomes
Original Music: Salva
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: suicide, punk, xeno and oaklander, ghostly international, martin rev, alan vega, synth, drum machine, beat repeat, yours truly, red bull music academy and seeburg


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beat:repeat NYC: Man Parrish - Boogie Down (Bronx)

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Man Parrish was one of early hip hop and electro’s most eccentric characters. One of his biggest hits was composed to soundtrack a porn film called Heatstroke. When he performed at Studio 54, he was lowered from the ceiling. (Madonna was his opening act.) The song that got him started, “Boogie Down Bronx,” was created in the attic above his parents’ house in Brooklyn. In this episode, both reminisce about the tune, while Parrish breaks out the 808 that made it happen.

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: David Fine
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron
Editor: Kendra Juul
Assistant Editor: Cooper Kenward
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Tim Chase
Original Music: Salva
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: man parrish, freeze force, electro, hip hop, 808, drum machine, new york, beat repeat, red bull music academy and yours truly


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beat:repeat NYC: Le Tigre - Deceptacon

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Many use the drum machine because it sounds like the future, the utopian promise of technology. Le Tigre used it because it sounded cheap. In this episode of beat:repeat, Johanna Fateman talks about the liberating quality that came from the not-so-future-perfect presets of the Alesis HR-16B and shows the hand-drawn notes that provided the basis for a dance punk classic.

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: Alex Warren
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Brett Jutkiewicz
Editor: Alex Warren
Assistant Editor: Andrew Sales
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Joel Sadler
Original Music: Salva
Additional Music: Ian Becker
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: le tigre, dance punk, riot grrrl, kathleen hanna, johanna fateman, jd samson, drum machine, beat repeat, new york, alesis hr16, red bull music academy, yours truly and punk


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beat:repeat NYC: Afrika Bambaataa - Looking for the Perfect Beat

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Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force’s “Looking for the Perfect Beat” was a warning shot to those who thought they had the producers of “Planet Rock” pegged. Arthur Baker and John Robie spent six months crafting an 808 odyssey, pushing the drum machine to new heights. “Looking for the Perfect Beat” re-imagined what was possible, a sample-ready symphony that has spawned a thousand styles.

beat:repeat NYC is a celebration of iconic New York City anthems and the drum machines that underpinned them.

For more episodes in the beat:repeat series, check out: win.gs/1jlk0rC
To find out more about the Red Bull Music Academy, check out: win.gs/1npfg7P

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
A Yours Truly Production
Director: Will Abramson
Executive Producer: Will Abramson
Creative Director: Babak Khoshnoud
Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron
Editor: Ed Feldman
Assistant Editor: Cooper Kenward
Field Producer: Sarah Schutzki
Field Sound: Tim Chase
Original Music: Salva
Archivist: Jeff Seelbach
Motion Design: Noe Chavez
Sound Mixer: Jake Viator
Colorist: Ayumi Ashley
For more on Yours Truly: yourstru.ly

Cast: Red Bull Music Academy and Yours Truly

Tags: afrika bambaataa, arthur baker, john robie, hip hop, electro, beat repeat, drum machines, yours truly, red bull music academy and new york


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