Friday, June 22, 2018

Darko Save The Queen EP Remixes 4 Creative Casualty Tracks Using Exclusively Queen Samples (U DONT DESERVE THIS BEAUTIFUL ART)



Just since the top of 2018, Darko The Super has released a myriad of releases including Buzzy Linhart Changed My Life, Doc Heller's Or Do I Eat This Sandwich?! Bogus Poetry In The Dizzy Age, and Creative Casualty on U DONT DESERVE THIS BEAUTIFUL ART (UDDTBA) as well as Stories of a Made Up Year produced by Height Keech on Cold Rhymes Records, The Hell Hole Store's "I'll Take What I Can Get" Feat. Open Mike Eagle on Already Dead Tapes, and "Bike Spokes" as part of The Custodian of Records' Qwuickieleaks Challenge and a few more loosely released tracks. Now, a few months removed from it's initial release, Darko has decided to revisit a few tracks from Creative Casualty originally released on Pale Blue Records/UDDTBA back in April on limited edition 10-inch lathe-cut vinyl, as well as digital album; "Don't stop me now, buddy guy. The Summer of Darko continues! Darko Save The Queen 7-inch remix EP available now," @darkothesuper wrote on his Instagram Thursday afternoon.


Darko The Super's Sex Pistols-referencing flips four choice cuts from Creative Casualty cleverly sampling nothing but various Queen smash hits including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Killer Queen," "You Take My Breath Away," and "Bicycle Race." "[It was] just a fun little project to make. "The Anthem" (Stars Wars Mix) was inspired by Charles Hamilton's "I Hate Star Wars" instrumental," Darko wrote to The Witzard within an email. "'Bohemian Rhapsody" is what I consider to be the greatest song of all time and starting point for this project. Everything else is pretty self-explanatory. Classic Darko," he continued. Darko Save The Queen is now available digitally on U DONT DESERVE THIS BEAUTIFUL ART, as well as 10 limited edition 7-inches lathe-cut and pressed by White Noise Lathe Cut Records. Darko The Super's aforementioned cannon of 2018 releases are still available digitally on Already Dead Tapes, Cold Rhymes Records, Pale Blue Records & UDDTBA. Next up is Darko's Thank You #BasedGod, an album dedicated to Lil B, which he plans to let loose upon the terribly unsuspecting world this upcoming Friday, June 29th.

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