Friday, December 31, 2010

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Friday, December 24, 2010

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Sunday, December 12, 2010


Diz iz good. Have to get around to tracklisting for y'all (the last one too.) Still, have a listen. Life has been so phast lately.

Saturday, December 11, 2010


just finishing it. I'm managing 1 a week with all the other stuff I'm doing. not bad.

BTW... I'm writing over at:


check it out.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Sunday, December 5, 2010

fR0Z3N CHOz3n

My mix for Tundra. A slowed up journey through music that has kept me alive over the years.

VNHOLY GROVND Volume Four :: Selected by Nattymari by Tundra Dubs

Saturday, December 4, 2010


New mix. Tracklist up later. Baby up possibly later this month. Good mix. Synh and noize and such....


Thursday, December 2, 2010

Nattymari - J4RH34R7

3v3ry 4r7157 n33d5 a b4ll4d

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Saturday, November 27, 2010


This is awesome inspiring and quite humbling. Makes me proud to be on the same label.

Blow up your speakers mixtape by drugsfordrunks

Friday, November 26, 2010

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Saturday, November 20, 2010


Great little mix of dark lo fi with some beats thrown in. Some vinyl issues with that Martin DuPont - but that shit's RARE mayne. Used Gummy, Teen Daze and Kowhi because I love them all so. Hopefully this will make up for me ruining their music via remix!


Tuesday, November 16, 2010


It's been 10 years since Robert Earl Davis Jr., pka DJ Screw, left this planet. His legacy is still with us though, a living, driving force. So what did this man do that was important? Without a doubt it is far more than the obvious fact that he pitched his music down to syrup sweet tempos. Hardcore turnatablists have been quick to point out his shortcomings. His cuts were often sloppy, his chops just a tad off beat, his transitions abrupt and jarring at times. Still, anyone who has ever experienced the magic of a gray cassette knows exactly what that proverbial damn deal is. No other mixtape DJ has ever conveyed such a feeling of passion. Screw's personality and passion filled every minute of his tapes. Just ask the hundreds of people that used to line up outside his apartment to get their hands on every mix he made.

Those tapes were later dubbed and sold in every flea market on the third coast. Listeners disregarded the questionable quality of 4th and 5th generation dubs, instead concentrating on the information carried within the little plastic shell. Screw's tapes were equal parts mixtape and town hall meeting. Fans on the Southside were treated to freestyles delivered by the mechanic on the corner, the guy next door who walked home from his crappy sales job; only to spend the entire night in the Lab for the chance to grab the mic for five minutes. The community spirit seeps through Screw's mixes... the majority of which were recorded during these all night sessions. People come and go, their arrivals announced, their departues noted. Some dying to flex their lyrical muscles, others just dropping by to wish a loved one a happy birthday. Robert E. Davis, ghetto Garrison Keillor.

On a personal level, Screw's technique and music has touched me more than most. Like many, I was first exposed to it in the later 90's, during the Napster revolution. Although immediately attracted to the more polished sound of Swishahouse and Beltway 8, Screw's mixes started to dominate my ears. My first copies of "Southside Still Holding" and "Dancing Candy" were barely listenable, but listen I did. The slow pitch immediately sounded organic to me, and I quickly forgot that the music was even slowed. Unlike Swishahouse and later DJs - Screw's mixage does not concentrate on the chop. Instead, he lets the music speak for itself... only adding chops and scratches to accentuate what is being said. If he liked a line, he'd bring it back a few times... if he like a drum sound he'd chop it up. Rather than concentrate on perfect execution, Screw seemed to care more about how the music felt - as if he was looking at the big picture, rather than the minute details. The result is like an amazing Polaroid picture... blurry, yet beautiful.

For this mix, I honestly attempted to recreate a real Screw mix. If you want to hear pristine versions of these songs, they are available to you. Instead, I tried hard as hell to create a "live" mix that captures at least some of Mr. Davis' essence. To do this, I found it necessary to muck it up a bit... but hopefully in a good way.

A Screw Way!

DAVIS by Nattymari2

Monday, November 15, 2010


Right Hear blog wanted to hear this mix so I dug out the old archives and reupped. Rather than fix the old link - I'll just bump it up here. Slurred and Blurred Slow Rock and RnB from (mainly) the 70s.

I'm relistening now - and it is pretty durn good.


As promised... new blog mix. This one came out kind of nice sounding. Some cosmic disco, a couple of more avant tracks... all leading to a gorgeous roller rink dub finish. Been so hard working on my own music it is nice to take a break and actually ENJOY some music for a change.

I have to remind myself to do this more often.


Sunday, November 14, 2010

blog mix tonight


put some finishing touches on the split tape I'm doing with GuMMy... and finished up a tribute to Screw.

that and a baby shower and family here and IRL werk and cats...

plate full, but pulled it off for you.

I haven't even given the new Lil B a listen proper yet.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Nattymari - L473

as close to an original gray tape as possible, ehhh Carl. working hard on my post-apocalyptic take on probably my most favored genre of all time. R.I.P. Robert E. Davis... st4y tru3 t0 yr scr3w!

that said... as the tape progresses, this is getting noisy and crusty and buffered. HUGE Sheffield influence coming in. Long live Kirk and Mallinder!

PS - been working really hard on this mix. I really need to blogga mix stat. Busy week - this tape shit, real life and a baby shower Friday. my family is up for a few days. bear with me and enjoy the progress I am making.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Nattymari - HYPN0R1MZ

rem1x ov th33 n3w N%U$R&D song.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

D06 5H17

I think I actually inadvertently made a witch house track. This is my Coyote Clean Up remix. It's pretty minimal. Dragged, stretched and affected. A little bit of tinkerig with reverses, but no heavy glitching. I think the source material lent itself to this approach.

Thursday, November 4, 2010


Sorry about that. Hopefully the chronicle of my little glitchy remix career has been entertaining. Here's a pretty nice mix for you. Crammed a lot into thirty minutes. Almost thought it would sound podcast - but it flows pretty nicely.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


and I aplogize for that. actually finishing one up now. really been busy doing these remixes. and I've kind of lost the balance. my blog mixes are actually where I work out my creative stuff. they are places for my briain to roam free. without them, i am nothing.

will get one up tonight/tomorrow. and work hard to keep it to two a week.

Nattymari - D33RCUN7

Did we really need another remix of D33rhunt3r's 'h3locopt3r'?? dunno, but I did have spaghetti with venison meatballs last night for dinner (real talk.)

Monday, November 1, 2010

Nattymari - 57uN B347

Future screw in my weird universe.

Sunday, October 31, 2010


s0 y0u think y0u can dΔnce tracked and rared and mediafired.


I was actually thinking of putting out the tracks from recent mixes a few weeks ago. Just in case people wanted to play around with them or use them. Well I didn't, and now I feel a little bad. Dude from ELECTRIC ADOLESCENCE tried hard as hell to live mix my PARTY GIRL remix into his Halloween mix, and I feel like a turned a seriously perfectly beatmatched mix into one with a little trainwreck. I get it - been a real dj fan long enough to know that that means he just HAD to have the track in there. Still, if I had gotten these track sep bootlegs out quicker - perhaps he wouldn't have had to try so hard.

Here's the first. These are the raw tracks I use in the mixes - so there may be some spots I worked on post mix. But its a bootleg, and that's just how it is.

I'll try to get the other mixes out like this soon 4 people.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Kohwi - Tides (Nattymari's Squeaky Fix)

Again, hard to find words for how I felt when I first heard Kohwi's "Tides." The DC Dart vocals reeked Outsider Art and the formless shifting sounds stank passion. Makes me wonder why I turned its beauty into a dark muddy tribute to Charlie?

Thursday, October 28, 2010


Honestly, this is one Miike film that is sitting in my collection unwatched. I guess it's a slow paced Yakuza drama... but this 'soundtrack' is a raunchy rock opera. Filled with Neu! beats, Gristle Ghosts and Faux Eno's.


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

GuMMy†Be▲R! - Planned Parenthood (Nattymari Obliteration)

Done with love & respect for the homie GuMMy†Be▲R! - Planned Parenthood (Nattymari Obliteration) via @youtube

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Meanwhile... new NATTYMARI mix hit the blogosphere a day ago. You can stream here:

MI▲MI ▲SSFUCK by nattymari

or download here:

Don't really know how its being received?!!?! Been listened to a bunch of times. Early reviews ranged from "Kinda Amazing" to "Hard to Listen to."

I'm hoping it's both.

Friday, October 22, 2010

NATTYMARI - c0m3 m477r3ss

Here's the newest video. Hope it stays up. Took three conversions to bypass 7h1rD P4r7y software at y0u7ub3. I am really happy with this one.

Thursday, October 21, 2010


As promised. New bloggage mix. I swore that these would remain pure. Some newer listeners might wonder how I listen to this and make the music I do. Answer is simple... all this music filtered through my head creates the music I create.

Make sense?



No quarter when it comes to this Miami music. Third attempt at video here. Still sloppy... but I like how the music gets all shitty when Guetta arrives.

New blog mix tonight - just have to preview it.

Monday, October 18, 2010

NATTYMARI - Phkk1nH34DsH07

Guess this blog was created to chronolog my musical output. So here's my first attempt to add video to a track. Sloppy and punky, but I like it well enough. The track is illa though... listen in headphones - some serious zombie raving going on in the backround.

Will have a new blog mix tomorrow or the next day. Been working IRL and working hard on these witch made thingys. I'm enjoying it... hope some of y'all are too.

Saturday, October 16, 2010


seriously... good house music rewlz. Yeah... That and Alien Sex Fiend album covers. And Takshi Miike.


Friday, October 15, 2010


Meanwhile check this out:

s0 y0u think y0u can dΔnce

soundcloud and links on that page.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Not very often does it happen. This mix actually sounds like its title (and looks like its cover.) Skittery, jittery, mellow and free.

Sunday, October 10, 2010


Been working hard IRL and on these Witch made mixes. They are raw, hard and glitchy. For some reason Savage n0maD is getting less attention, when I think it is a superior mix. Either way, this is a new direction for my mixes - one that might warrant a sister blog, as I want to keep these blog mixes pure. :

You can check them out here (and elsewhere):


and here's a preview of my latest mix coming soon. Don't worry, a blog mix proper should be your way tomorrow or Thursday.

Thursday, October 7, 2010


Wow this is a hipster mix! Holy Other, Women, Meanderthals, Starslinger.

I am ashamed at my own dopeness!

Monday, October 4, 2010


Sometimes it is as though I pull Thomas and Garth out of my back pocket. A dirty, raw disco mix to break up the monotony.

I made myself laugh yesterday by saying that I don't like to repeat myself - which seems contrary to everything a dub and loop based remixer does.


Thursday, September 30, 2010


Another bittersweet love story

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


The new series starts now... and has the potential to be epic. Miike's library is so vast I could be making mixes titled after his movies for the remainder of the year.

Sonics?!?! Expect a little harder... a little more abrasive and a lot more rocking out.

Have you ever seen the guys OG hair?!?


Saturday, September 25, 2010

Thursday, September 23, 2010


Despite all the split mix lunacy... I'm still doing the damn thing around here. Same as it ever was.

SUN STUDIOS... nuff said. Last of the studio mixes.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


another witch made knicca outtake


I have outtakes from WITCH MADE KNICCA... so I might as well upload them somewhere. This one was a bit too fast for the mix. I still like it a lot.

Sunday, September 19, 2010


Collaborative effort between GuMMy†Be▲R! and myself. A strange trip through two dark and disturbed minds... think Psychonauts for the Screwhead generation.

If you get lost, don't forget to ask the bacon.

download via Mediafire:

Thursday, September 16, 2010


Olympic Studios. Can't begin to name the immense amount of heavy and psychedelic albums that came out of this studio. Zep, Hendrix, Traffic, Cream.... you name it - it was created here. Sadly it's closed now - probably a Starbucks.

Sunday, September 12, 2010


BEARSVILLE SUCKAS!!! This mix is slowed up and hellafied weird. I personally love it.


Monday, September 6, 2010


A new hip hop mix while you wait. Finna drop some bombs soon.

BTW: squashed all beef with GUMMYBEAR - dude's alright and I think once we became people to each other it was an easier situation to understand. I totally stay away from people... don't understand them... don't even know if I like them. At the moment we're in serious discussions about doing something together - there's actually a lot of similarities in outlook and sonic crackery. He claims it was purely coincidental. Possibly. Still don't know... still don't really care. It's all about forging ahead in my nowhere land.

Anyway enjoy the slurred and blurred buggery below.


Friday, September 3, 2010


So that group decided to straight up bite my remix to SLOW MOTION. Funny, I tried to contact all those Witch House dudes as I thought we shared similar philosophies... but I guess their swag has them bitch made (WITCH MADE???). Or maybe they don't want people to know where they jack their ideas from. Sad, really - but I'm not angry... I keep on pushing the musical envelope in ways they can imitate, but never originate.

Well here's the crime scene photos:

my track (8/5/10 - check stats):

Their remix of my remix:

Y'all be the judge (jury and executioner)

Thursday, September 2, 2010


My mix of about 1/2 of the Lil B mixtape. Hipster alert!

I'm God
Pretty Bitch
I'm the Devil
What You Doin
Real Plexx
Beat the Odds
Smoke Trees Fuck Hoes
Walk the World

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Sunset Sound Recorders... what a long list of wonderful recordings there. Forever Changes, Waiting for the Sun, Soft Parade, Trout Mask Replica (it is a myth that it was recorded in some house by Vilet and Zappa - the core elements were created here with the help of genius producer Bruce Botnick.)

Anyway, this mix almost sounds like its title for once. It's sixties and psychy and weird and fantastic.


Sunday, August 22, 2010


Nothing like Kiss. Nothing like Wilson.



Thursday, August 19, 2010


New mix. New baby on the way. Hope I don't spoil the nigga rotten. Me and his mom in the middle of fits of joy.... it's a boy.


Sunday, August 15, 2010


Fucking hoes heads all goddamn night! My brother N3ry got excited about the title UPSETTER... hoping it was a roots dub mix. Feeling a little bad... I named this mix after the classic Chung King studio... but its actually roots dub to the maximum.


Thursday, August 12, 2010


Didn't know what to call this series. It a transitional one... so I chose some of my favorite recording studios and production houses and such and spelt them back words.

Oh yeah... this whole mix is slowed up.


Sunday, August 8, 2010


Lil Joe lands his ass in California.


Thursday, August 5, 2010


Getting really deconstructivist lately. I love it. Hopes you dos toos.


Monday, August 2, 2010

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010


I have noticed that since Divshare updated I have a lot of dead links. I will concentrate on fixing this as a background task. However, my priority will be new mixes. If anyone has any requests for re-up please send... MATTHEW - I have located my NO MORE NINES mix and will up shortly (1 week late.) I has jobs, cats and baby coming.


Wednesday, July 28, 2010


New slurred and blurred hip hop mix. The soundtrack to your next gasoline fight.


Sunday, July 25, 2010


US was supposed to be Michael Landon's last series. Only a pilot aired and our Angel died a month later. The plot involved an innocent man who served 18 years on a murder charge before being released. He then reunites with his son, whom he never knew. I guess the series was going to basically be the same as Highway to Heaven, except with an awkward father-son dynamic.

It made me cry, nonetheless. This mix has nothing to do with any of this. It does, however, start with Gummybear remixing Jacka in ways I never would have thought (slowing it up, then using STRETCH to speed it back up, but preserve tempo.)


Wednesday, July 21, 2010


Really like where these kids are going with this Witch House thing. What I am most intrigued by is the fact that, like a lot of my mixes, they seem to dwell on inspirations that get their 'sound' from scarcity and the limitations of source material. nTh generation tape dubs of Cosmic Disco mixes and Screw tapes... vinyl rips of dub... rare synth tapes from Europe... VHS copies of Giallo horror. Something about the crackles and hissese and hums.

I am thankful that my new mixes allow me to dwell in some of this lo fi goodness. I am thankful that a handful of kids are dead set on making my upbringing their 'new' movement.


Sunday, July 18, 2010