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  album reviews: Mr. Scruff & Wildchild apply the "less is more" formula to beats - Life & Art
Wildchild's debut solo album, Secondary Protocol, is an album that shows signs of brilliant potential but never follows through.
Wildchild comes off as a typical west coast MC who tries so hard to avoid rapping about gang banging and partying that his lyrics actually suffer as a result.
Wildchild's flow is fast, and the beats here seem to come off as if they were made for a Jay Dee swag smoke session.
www.thehurricaneonline.com /news/2003/04/08/LifeArt/Album.Reviews.Mr.Scruff.Wildchild.Apply.The.less.Is.More.Formula.To.Beats-411497.shtml   (533 words)

  
 Stones Throw Records
After all, there aren't many people who won't recognize his name, or that of his group Lootpack, and no one-nobody at all-who will be able to place one of their platters on a turntable and merely listen.
As all stages of time exist openly in music, Wildchild's lyrics are reliant on the past, aware of today, and curious about the future.
Wildchild is now a lyricist's lyricist, but for all his incredible technical ability, his outstanding quality as an MC is the warmth and joy he communicates through moment to moment creation.
www.stonesthrow.com /wildchild   (235 words)

  
 :: urban smarts . com | lootpack | interview ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Wildchild: I mean we are in the mood that we wanna put something new out, but we wanna do it right.
Wildchild: Well, what he's doing for us, is more musical, but still has that boom bap.
Wildchild: Yeah, but where we are at, the area out there, is not too hip on doing these big kind of raves like that.
www.urbansmarts.com /interviews/lootpack.htm   (1238 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Secondary Protocol: Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Though this is supposed to be Wildchild's solo moment, the entire album is produced by his Lootpack partner Madlib and Madlib's younger brother Oh No (talented family, that one), although Madlib never actually cameos with his funky, clunky rhymes.
Wildchild makes his solo debut on stones throw and for the most part it is what we have come to expect from Madlib.
Wildchilds flow is very impressive to say the least he flows over all of these tracks like it is just second nature to him.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00008V5YB?v=glance   (1321 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Secondary Protocol - Wildchild at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Such is the case of Lootpack member Wildchild and his new album Secondary Protocol, another of the illest albums ever to fly under the commercial radar (it’s started to get pretty crowded under there).
While Wildchild certainly has the talent needed to stand independently on his album, his affiliation with other West Coast mic assassins make the prospect of potential collaborations mouthwatering.
When Wildchild says Secondary Protocol is for all the raw heads, he certainly isn’t lying.
www.epinions.com /content_100415409796   (872 words)

  
 Wildchild: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more ||| Music.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Roger "Wildchild" McKenzie was the author of the big-beat club anthem "Renegade Master," which became a British hit upon its release in 1995 but gained considerably more worldwide exposure in 1998, more than two years after his untimely death.
Wildchild [+] had only recently switched bases to New York (with his manager and partner Donna Snell) later that year, when he died of a heart condition in November.
Wildchild [+] releases continued to flow nevertheless, with a remix of East 17's "Do U Still?" appearing one year later.
www.music.com /person/wildchild/1   (306 words)

  
 WiLDCHiLD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Collaborating along the way with UK superclub brands such as Slinky, Passion, Frantic, Goodgreef, Sundissential and many, many more, WiLDCHiLD has a clear successful vision of combining music from the world’s elite with a striking stand alone production image at their events that can be rivalled by none.
Rob Tissera – Wildchild is easily one of the most forward thinking young brands in the country.
Wildchild is part of the blueprint for the future.
www.wildchild-uk.com /tours.htm   (579 words)

  
 sfweekly.com | Music | Wildchild | 2003-05-14   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
While other Lootpack members capitalized on the group's subsequent notoriety by helming various side projects, MC Wildchild (aka Jack Brown) remained oddly absent from the indie hip hop scene, fueling the theory that what had distinguished the band wasn't his work, but rather the lo-fi majesty of his cohort Madlib's production.
While this is Wildchild's show, Madlib and his brother/fellow producer Oh No also participate, laying down some of their most versatile and infectious tracks to date.
Anticipating Wildchild's rapid-fire vocal cadence, Madlib and Oh No lace rattling drum tracks between the airy atmospheres of hypnotically sublime jazz samples, resulting in a finely textured yet intensely rhythmic sonic background.
www.sfweekly.com /issues/2003-05-14/music/reviewed4.html   (363 words)

  
 ukhh.com | features | interviews | Wildchild of Lootpack by Kobi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Wildchild: This one show in Munich, this unknown cat stage dived on my set out of nowhere, the crowd moved and he knocked himself unconscious for 25 minutes till paramedics came and carried him out…that was the illest!
Wildchild: Oh yes, because we are affiliated or have a respect mutually among LA and Bay Area artists, and yet though we are not from there we get treated as equally dope because of the music we put out…
Wildchild: In New York, at this club we've met at a club didn't even know what each other looked like and exchanged names and it was over after that …history man, straight up….
www.ukhh.com /features/interviews/wildchild   (544 words)

  
 Ramblings...: Bring Out Your Inner Wildchild
Her husband was killed in a car accident 10 years ago and her only child is married.
Not to the point of leaving my husband and taking off for points unknown (it wouldn't be the same if he wasn't with me), but to get up and go.
Not having someone in the passenger's seat along for the ride with me. I envy Wildchild because she is doing what I would love to do.
randomjodi.blogspot.com /2005/08/bring-out-your-inner-wildchild.html   (474 words)

  
 DANNY THE WILDCHILD - The DJ List
Danny the Wildchild aka Daniel Garcia was born on the South side of Chicago in 1977.
In March, the Wildchild released a follow-up to his 1999 12" release on Bad Boy Bill's Canvas label.
The Wildchild's was the first in a series of "Booked" CD's from Chicago's Strictly Hype Recordings.
www.thedjlist.com /djs/DANNY_THE_WILDCHILD   (409 words)

  
 Wildchild Bucket & Spade Summer Parade - Aug 24th   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Well, the Big Summer Bank Holiday weekend is finally here — and to celebrate, the maddest night in the capital is back with yet another manically charged, sweaty scorcher guaranteed to get your pulses racing, your temples throbbing and your body convulsing.
Hurl yourself into the foray of deviants in the laser-mad, décor-clad main room, where Wildchild will be competing with superclub Slinky — before joining Riot, Nukleuz and the websites for some seriously hard action in Room 2.
As always, Room 3 will be hosting the deep, sexy, chuggy (and slightly cooler) beats from the resident Wildchilders and the X-Statik Funk team — and there’ll also be a free afterparty (thus loads more sweltering shenanigans) @ Shillibeers from 7am.
www.clubtheworld.com /publish/printer_wildchild_030824.shtml   (206 words)

  
 Wildchild: Secondary Protocol: Pitchfork Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
There are certainly plenty of interesting ideas at work here, and sometimes they come together: The first of the aforementioned singles, "Code Red", won't settle the ongoing debate over Wildchild's lyrical skills, but the banging, clickety-clack percussion track will surely keep heads nodding.
Responding to a question about the album's personal nature, Wildchild goes off on a tangent to explain that Secondary Protocol is for "the mainstream heads, the worldwide heads, universal." And therein lies the problem: he seems to want this record to be all things to all people.
There's not a lot obviously wrong here, but coming from a member of the Lootpack (whose 1999 LP Soundpieces: Da Antidote was a milestone for underground hip-hop), Secondary Protocol is just too damn homely to make a lasting impression in these heady days of consistently intense one-upmanship throughout the underground scene.
www.pitchforkmedia.com /record-reviews/w/wildchild/secondary-protocol.shtml   (436 words)

  
 AllHipHop.com : Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The name Wildchild most likely won’t strike chords within the minds of casual Hip-Hop listeners, but those who follow California’s underground scene should already be aware of his energetic microphone attacks.
Ready to receive more individual props, Wildchild has issued The Jackal EP (Industry), a collection of six new selections and two accompanying instrumentals recorded under his alias, The Jackal.
Wildchild’s delivery is highlighted by a combustible cadence, spitting explosive bars with minimal gasps for air.
www.allhiphop.com /reviews?ID=443   (278 words)

  
 Wildchild (of Lootpack) - 'Code Red' - Underground Hip Hop dot com - Audio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Wildchild is definitely bringin’ a new flavor to the game.
Wildchild spits fire over the beat, but it does get somewhat repetitive after a while.
Only true hip hop heads really know who Wildchild (and the Lootpack crew) is and this is another example that the underground rap scene is where true rap still exists.
www.undergroundhiphop.com /audio/detail.asp?ID=7467   (506 words)

  
 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Known in the indie hip-hop nexus for his loquacious, articulate rhymes and positive message, Wildchild has flabbergasted the skeptics while gaining a following across the nation when he performed with the band Lootpack.
California natives, Wildchild DJ Romes and Madlib began experimenting with their rhyming skills back in college, but it wasn't until 1998 when after a string of live performances that awed the west coast that Stones Throw Records offered the trio a contract.
This gave Wildchild the opportunity to further develop his poetic rhymes and explore other aspects of music and lyricism.
www.goldenvoice.com /coachella/artists/peanut_butter.html   (517 words)

  
 Wildchild: "Wild 'N You"
“WILD ‘N YOU” is a DVD featuring Wildchild of the Lootpack on Stones Throw Records.
The film gives you a peek into the life of Jack Brown the man and Wildchild the artist.
It follows Wildchild through the release of Jack's solo album, Secondary Protocol, and features performances and interviews from the rest of the OX crew and the Stones Throw camp: Madlib, DJ Romes, Medaphoar, Oh No, Declaime, Kankick, Egon, and Peanut Butter Wolf.
www.xylophonefilms.com /wildchild.html   (149 words)

  
 Shoot: Wildchild Signs leature Editor David Moritz For Spots, Clips - Brief Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Moritz will come aboard just as Wildchild is slated to move into a 10,000-square-foot facility in New York.
"We are going after those editors at the top of their craft in various arenas to round out a boutique image," said Wildchild's head of sales and development Leslie Lyons, "and we are very excited about David." Lyons, who recruited Moritz, said she was attracted to the editor mainly through his work with Anderson.
"The advantage to having Wildchild and Voodoo together in the same space is to be able to package projects for clients with high-end work coming from both sides," related Lyons, who will represent Voodoo as a separate company from Wildchild for spots, music videos, and feature film main titles.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0DUO/is_49_40/ai_58453285   (557 words)

  
 CMT.com : Wildchild : Biography
Wildchild had only recently switched bases to New York (with his manager and partner Donna Snell) later that year, when he died of a heart condition in November.
Wildchild releases continued to flow nevertheless, with a remix of East 17's "Do U Still?" appearing one year later.
Norman Cook himself remixed "Renegade Master" in 1997 (under his Fatboy Slim guise), and the track became a club hit once again.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/wildchild_1_/bio.jhtml   (238 words)

  
 Wildchild's 1st Birthday - Born To Be Wild   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Wildchild's 1st Birthday - Born To Be Wild
Set to be the biggest event of the year, we’re back in the cavernous, spacious, delectable venue that is the Coronet, where dancers will be grooving, lasers will be blinding, visuals will be astounding, the Reece Police will be booking — and the Wildchild Superkids will be slugging it out against Mixmag’s Future Heroes.
Wildchild 1st Birthday - Born To Be Wild
www.clubtheworld.com /publish/printer_wildchild20031024.shtml   (161 words)

  
 ukhh.com | reviews | twelve-inch | Foreign Beggars ft Wildchild - Let's Go   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
With Wildchild on board it’s going to be hard for this to fail both with the heads and the wider public in general, especially with the lead title, ‘Let’s Go’, and it’s irresistible Jay Dilla-esque beat straight out of Dag Nabbit’s crafty mind.
Wildchild is brought back for ‘Million Skill March’ alongside Beggars’ honorary member Dr Syntax and DJ IQ.
Miles from the vibe of ‘Let’s Go’, this is a downtempo, smoother offering where the vocal tones of Wildchild once more blend with those of Vulgatron and co to perfection.
www.ukhh.com /reviews/twelve-inch/2050.html   (301 words)

  
 RA: Resident Advisor - Wildchild and Frantic at SEONE in London - 20/02/04 - Event Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Wildchild and Frantic at SEONE in London - 20/02/04
As we entered one of the arenas, Wildchild & Frantic versus Riot, we could see die-hard clubbers dancing frantically and all I could see were heads and bodies moving in unison to throbbing and fast hard house.
The main arena was Wildchild & Frantic and household trance/hard house DJs like Reece Elliot, JKF and Caroline Banx were taking turns to work the already frenzied crowd into complete hysterics.
www.residentadvisor.net /reviews.asp?ID=1846   (1032 words)

  
 Dogs On Acid - MIX: WILDCHILD & MC ESKMAN
Wildstyle is becoming an eagerly anticipated label, now on its 6th release and Wilchild's bookings are steadily increasing all over, the culmination of which sees her touring Australia with Andy C and Shimon and GQ this New Year's Eve!!
As well as the requisite upfront dubplates that have been doing the rounds, plus a couple of classics thrown in for good measure, there are some hot exclusives including...
Spor's 'Outspoken' forthcoming on Hardware, Wildchild & Skitty's new collaboration, yet to be named but forthcoming on the new Wildchild EP early next year, Distorted Minds 'We Can't Stop' feat Eksman, and Skibba's new tune remixed by Drumsound & Bassline Smith….
www.dogsonacid.com /showthread.php?threadid=243636&mode=article   (620 words)

  
 Needlz.com - DJ Endorsers - Danny "The Wildchild"
Danny the Wildchild (www.dannythawildchild.com, www.premiereartistsgroup.com) aka Daniel Garcia was born in the South Side of Chicago in 1976.
His talents have brought him to perform in venues worldwide opening up for such acts as Eminem, The Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, The Pharcyde and Grooverider, among others.
Chicago Junglist Danny the Wildchilds' current release Fully Sorted is in stores now.
www.needlz.com /endorsers/wildchild.asp   (165 words)

  
 Ink 19 :: Wildchild
An aural equivalent would have to be Wildchild.
The end result is one of the tightest hip-hop albums to bang its head against 2003's wall.
Wildchild sprays his words with a fearsome rapid precision that really makes you wonder if he's not one of the better MCs out there right now.
www.ink19.com /issues/october2003/musicReviews/musicW/wildchild.html   (181 words)

  
 Wildchild is a Junglistic Sista | Junglistic Sistaz Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
She has also featured on MTV where she was filmed playing at the legendary Notting Hill Carnival.
Wildchild has also worked at a number of top record companies including SRD where she was label manager for some of the biggest drum and bass labels.
Wildchild is now concentrating on her own label WILDSTYLE RECORDINGS and spending time in the studio,aswell as dj-ing around the world!
www.junglistic-sistaz.com /artist_191.htm   (359 words)

  
 Fully Sorted (Danny the Wildchild)
Danny the Wildchild once again drives home his mix of drum & bass and turntablism.
His skills cannot be matched by many, and his live performance will slam the dancefloors round the world anyday.
If you like Danny the Wildchild, also check out some of his other mixes and you will not be disappointed.
johnkeyes.com /a/B00006LSNG-fully-sorted.html   (207 words)

  
 ♫ Crazy Beat Records -WILDCHILD
From our shop in the UK we specialise in affordable WILDCHILD music, we sell WILDCHILD 45’s and we are one of the cheapest UK WILDCHILD stores supplying the latest WILDCHILD CD vinyl music in the UK.
Professionally affordable new and used music and WILDCHILD store they are professionally sold and delivered from Crazy Beat Records.
With every latest WILDCHILD product our WILDCHILD team (uk) and music at Crazy Beat Records WILDCHILD UK take the time to listen to you and find what is the best WILDCHILD artist for you.
www.crazybeat.co.uk /WILDCHILD.htm   (487 words)

  
 Comixfan Forums - Weapon X Wildchild
People, remember, maybe to those of you who were never fans of this character befor, maybe to you who are not so atached to this character, maybe this new design is "cool".
I found some old appearances of Wildchild from Alpha Flight, etc. Those were even more confusing though, as he had hair like a woman, wore what appeared to be a woman's one piece bathing suit, and had a lovely, slender feminine body.
I think it made his apearance MORE disterbing, and Wildchild was suposed to be disterbing.
www.comixfan.com /xfan/forums/showthread.php?t=9807   (1285 words)

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