Hailing from Switzerland, Keyan Ribul (aka Keyanig FM), is a mash-up artist who refuses to believe the style has had its day. His latest statement of intent, Generator Mash Ups, boasts four of the finest bootleg cuts around. "Dannys Bongo Cart" kicks things off with a raunchy rap nestled on a breezy ska rhythm track. "Grab Some Body" continues with a rocksteady riff underpinning the vocals from Method Man's Whats Happenin', "Generator" sees some vintage rap action merge with a dubby skank and "Red Hot" sees classic Jurassic 5 roll over a vintage funk jam.
There's a reason why HNNY's "Sunday" is called what it is and take one listen to it and we don't think any further explanation will be needed. It's a marvellous opener that leads into a quirky 20 second loop followed by the Moby-esque "Cheer Up My Brother". Remember "The Sunscreen Song"? For a house version focused on fidelity check out "You Feeling Alright", and there's some dubbed out chimes in "Memory Tape One". Should albums by the likes of The Avalanches, Fat Freddy's Drop and Fatboy Slim to Quasimodo, Leon Vynehall and/or Paxton Fettel be your thing, give this a spin on your next day off.