Loe Pesci loves his sampler. No, really loves his sampler. (Video omits any NSFW parts, though; you only see smoking in bad afterward.)

Lyrics in this number are — well, complex. It seems there was more sampling going on early in the relationship. That didn’t stop AKAI from sharing the video, even if there is a brief glimpse of Ableton.

The music:
http://www.OGHinduKush.bandcamp.com
http://www.AGLisAGoodLook.com

Montreal-based Loe Pesci also surely deserves credit for working “12-bit sampling engine” into a rap. That’s some nerdcore action, right there. A forum posted complains that they wish the tune were more serious, apparently because love for MPC is, for many, no joke.

I know some boys and girls who have their steadiest relationship with their drum machines. Respect. And they say they have no soul. So spend some time sampling in 2014, eh?

Actually, on that topic, the photo I located below comes from Oregon hip-hop producer Magic Trax, who writes a story called “Why I Stopped Sampling.” This is to do with sampling (copyrighted) tracks, however; anything that can be recorded with a mic is potentially a sample source.

  • Peter Kirn

    Loe is so cute he’s my highlight crush of 2014. i wanna be his mpc ((i wanna suck his peeeenis hehehe ;-) ))

  • REGEND

    i do not advocate sampler spouse abuse. i think our culture is too violent so this cat should know better. Sixtoo’s cameo is funny. i used to chat on an irc channel with that guy for years. cool dood and he used to send out vinyl. the main thing that i liked about this video is the relationship between the vinyl shopping and the MPC. i feel that could have been explored a little more. although a lot of people desire MPC’s because of some silly “swing” feature in the sequencer, the secret sauce is the A/D convertors on all Akai samplers. funny ode to a sampling engine and a sequencer in a box. Salute to Roger Linn.

  • Guillaume Lectez

    Remember me an old post: NEDD PADS!!!!!!!!!