Archive for September, 2009

New Burial – Fostercare

Posted in News on September 29, 2009 by E.N.

Take a listen …From 5: Five Years of Hyperdub

RA.174 Neil Landstrumm

Posted in Bass, Dub Step, Electronic, Grime, Podcast, RA on September 28, 2009 by E.N.

Edinburgh’s king of bass gives us a taste of his new live set on this week’s RA podcast.

Edinburgh’s Neil Landstrumm is a man with some serious techno stripes. (And not just because two of his tracks got mispressed onto Robert Hood’s Internal Empire LP.) Landstrumm got his start at the beginning of the ’90s, when he began DJing at the Sativa club in his hometown alongside friends and fellow techno junkies Tobias Schmidt and Dave Tarrida. That’s where he met Chilean electronic wizard Cristian Vogel, a producer he would begin to work with as Blue Arsed Fly. In addition to BAF, Landstrumm also set out on his own with bass-heavy interpretations of jackin’ Chicago house rhythms marking Brown By August, a full-length that’s still considered a classic of mid-’90s techno.

But while he had great success producing techno for labels such as Tresor, Sativae and his own Scandinavia imprint, Landstrumm has never been one to get too comfortable with any particular strain of the stuff, often making great stylistic leaps between albums. Restaurant Of Assassins meshed modern UK bass music with Sheffield bleep, Lord For £39 saw him offer a rave-infused take on dubstep and the recently released Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast showcases Landstrumm’s more playful and melodic side. The thick low-end synonymous with his sound is still there, but there are also clear parallels with the adventurous instrumental hip-hop being pushed by his countrymen Rustie and Hudson Mohawke on top of bleepy dubsteppers like Zomby and Ikonika. This week’s RA podcast seems Landstrumm revisit these three Planet Mu releases with a special live set that’s interspersed with some of his own personal favourites from the likes of Mala and Jakes.(read more at RA)

Published / 28 September 2009
Filesize / 77.78 MB
Length / 01:04:48
Status / Available

RA.174 Neil Landstrumm

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FACT mix 87: Noodles

Posted in 2 Step, Dub Step, Grime, Headz, Hip Hop, Hits Remixed, Nu Jazz, Podcast, UK Garage on September 28, 2009 by E.N.

FACT Mix 87 comes from the man behind 2step legends Groove Chronicles and the associated DPR label, Noodles.

Steven Jude to those who know him best, Noodles is one of our favourite DJs and producers in the UK, and his FACT mix only puts him higher in that hierarchy. He founded Groove Chronicles in 1996, and it quickly established itself at the vanguard of UK club music, releasing a series of phenomenal tracks engineered by El-B. A distillation of R&B, jungle, broken beat and house influences, their 1998 single ‘Stone Cold’ is widely regarded as the creative high watermark of UK garage, and Burial speaks often of his admiration for it.

Noodles continues to operate the Groove Chronicles/DPR label, releasing new music alongside archive classics [we asked him, and 'Stone Cold' is getting re-issued on vinyl, before you ask - Ed]. His FACT mix features material from himself, MJ Cole, Menta, Sunship, Architeches and more ghosts of UK garage past. We’d suggest you download it, so long as you like stuff like dancing and fun.

Download: FACT Mix 87 – Noodles
(Available for three weeks)

1. 4hero – Hold It Down – (Wookie Remix)
2. Zed Bias – All Night Jam (Steve Gurley Remix)
3. Brandy & Monica – Boy is Mine (Architeches Remix)
4. Sugababes – Run for Cover (G Force Remix)
5. Headtop – The Matrix
6. East 17 – Each Time (Sunship Remix)
7. Frankie Paul – Kissing Game (Large Joints Remix)
8. Troublesome – DJ Luck & Shy Cookie Remix
9. After Party (Promo)
10. Zoom & DBX – Comin Again (Promo)
11. If Your Girl Knew (Promo)
12. Confetti (Promo)
13. G.O.D (Promo)
14. Dub-a-holics – Just in Case (Promo)
15. Roots manua & MJ Cole (Promo)
16. Steve Gurley – Lessons in Love (Promo)
17. Midnight Caller (Promo)
18. Ghetto Lovin’ (Promo)
19. Lynden David – Hall (Artful dodger Remix)
20. Menta – Sounds of Da Future (Promo)
21. Groove Chronicles – 1999 (Promo)
22. Sunshine Anderson (Promo)
23. Headtop – Madshit (Promo)


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Dan Bull – Dear Lily [an open letter to Lily Allen]

Posted in Video on September 28, 2009 by E.N.

Lily tackles the issue of digital music piracy over in her new blog.
It makes a thought provoking read and artists such as Gary Barlow, Gary Kemp and Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan have already added their thoughts…
——Nothing there,what happenned???!!!!
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Dan Bull – Dear Lily [an open letter to Lily Allen]


Lazy Days Podcast (Sept. 09) with Fred Everything

Posted in Deep House, Dj Mix, Electronic, House, Podcast, Tech House on September 28, 2009 by E.N.

Lazy Days Podcast (Sept. 09) with Fred Everything :


1.Andre Crom & Luca Doobie – Attica (Makam remix) – Freerange
2.Gorge -Ayomide – Plastic City
3.Nathan G – Take a look inside (ShurIKan remix) – Luvbug
4.King Kooba – the True Vibe – Om
5.Bang Bang – Love Insurance (Hector Moralez Remix) – Baker Street
6.Dave Miller – Take What You Want (Lawnchair Generals Remix) – Motion
7.Thomas Shumacher – Sunset Jazz – Get Physicals
8.James Braundanm – Lessons 1 – Mothership
9. Erik Bo – Sweet Lover (Brett Johnson Remix) -Stovetop
10.Crazy P – Stop Space Return (Roberto Rodriguez Dub) 20:20 Vision
11.Atmosfear – Dancing In Outter Space (Revenge Rework) – Wolf Music
12.Pepe Bradock – CU @ Minna & Lafayette – Atavisme
13.Oveous Maximus I Apologise (AtJazz) – Yoruba
14.Sygaire & Defcon – The Latest – Om

Tour Dates

Oct 11 2009 2nd Sunday Closing Party SF San Francisco, California
Oct 13 2009 Focus @ Tapas Newport Beach, California
Oct 17 2009 Fabric’s 10 Year Anniversary London
Oct 29-31 2009 Brazil Tour TBA

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EMN pres.Geste

Posted in *Introducing, Electronic, Experimental, Glitch, IDM, Promotions, Reviews on September 27, 2009 by E.N.

All you need to know about geste check step by step!
He is currently signed in germany on Equinox Records.
“Jaw Breaker EP” has been featured in Trax Magazine (biggest electronic music Magazine in France), Vice Magazine (Germany), and the video has been brodcasted on MTV Pulse. He is actually working on the next EP.

download Geste – jaw breaker EP

1. jaw breaker (4:45)
2. ohm sick (3:13)
3. andré (part ii) (4:45)
4. octobre (clouds gone) (3:58)


“Jaw Breaker” directed by Vincent Bitaud. and “Octobre” directed by Charlotte Gonzalez from Paris.

Geste – Jaw Breaker from vincent bitaud on Vimeo.

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What we have here could easily be the most adventurous IDM / electronic EP release this year. Before creating the glitchiest electronic music known to computers and men, Geste aka Francois-Charles Domergue was already an accomplished bass player in various bands, playing music from hardcore punk to post rock. Those influences are still alive in the ferocious energy of the music he does today, leading to a completely unique sound and approach that results in an astonishing 4 track debut. Introduced by a lullaby-like melody, the title track on this EP soon turns into a “Jaw Breaker”; in Geste’s own words: “a sweaty dance to save your life”. This is the one track that will make your speakers scream “LOUD!!!!”. While “Ohm Sick” continues in the same vein of “Jaw Breaker”‘s astonishing synth work, it takes Geste’s hardcore approach to song programming to a new level: the beat builds up tension second after second and every DJ will hear the crowd yearning for more. The next track “André (Part II)” is pure and raw beauty. Its edgy bassline challenges the spheric keyboard melodies to make it another incredible song. Finally, the new revised version of the thrilling “Octobre (Clouds Gone)” (previously released on the “One Year & A Day” compilation) was mixed differently, puts more focus on the drums and makes up a perfect ending for this EP. All four tracks prove that musically and technically Geste is at the forefront of today’s IDM producers and one of the most promising artists of the European electronic scene.

Germany’s leading electronica magazine De:Bug has just written a few nice words about Geste’s “Jaw Breaker“ release. It’s written in German and kind of difficult to translate, but here go with a portion of the review:
“Eleborately designed 12″ in milky transparent vinyl with a poster and tracks that live up to it’s name. Brutal breaks, mean baroque synth melodies, burring basslines and an exuberant terror flair which is almost making one weep for joy… Monster.”
If you can read German, check the original review right here:
Geste is featured on the new CD Compilation of the French Trax Magazine with one tune of his Jaw Breaker EP. Here is what they wrote about “Ohm Sick”:

“Electronica, post rock, résidus de rock noisy et de hip hop instrumental: geste navigue avec aisance entre les genres, évouqant parfois le talent d’un nathan fake.”

« Electronica, post rock, noisy rock & instrumental hip hop : Geste sails with ease around the styles, reminding somehow the talent of Nathan Fake »
Le calme avant la tempête et la tempête en elle même…Dj Scientist a trouvé avec cette formule, une accroche efficace pour qualifier la musique du producteur Geste, signé sur son label Equinox Record. Attention toutefois, si la tempête, de manière grossière, dévaste tout sur son passage, Jaw Breaker, le 1er Ep du français, tape fort et vise juste. Electroniques mais surtout électriques et survoltés, les morceaux voient mélodie et rythmique se courir après comme pour mieux s’entrelacer. Autant vous prévenir, pas le temps de s’ennuyer à l’écoute de ce ep prometteur…

the calm before the storm and the storm itself…
Dj Scientist found this moto to describe the music done by Geste, signed on Equinox Records. Be careful though, because if the storm destroys roughly everything on its way, Jaw Breaker, the first EP for the frenchie, hits hard and precisely. Eloctronic but really electric & wild, the songs show melodies and beats running after each others, in order to entwine themselves. Promising EP.

About the last London gig in Bardens Boudoir, 20th of August :

EXPERIMENTING : the RoundHouse

A contemporary art collective is organizing his “Premiere” transdisciplinary and transcultural event happening on two nights at the RoundHouse in London.
Chinese & European artists have been invited for this live improvisated night.
Based on their various skills and previous creations, each participant will bring his own brick to the experiment.
As Geste, I will be participating as well, for something brand new and impredictable.

(date to be confirmed : either mid-november ’09 or mid-january ’10)


A serie of 5 remixes have been confirmed for the end of the year for a set of various artists from plural music scenes and country.
Names are remaining secret at the moment.

A new EP will be released in March 2010 by Equinox Records. The release will be digital in a first place. But another vinyle is planned for later.


the 7th of October in Paris, at a brand new place called the 4elements. Last minute performance in the context of Vincent Bitaud’s next exhibition.
check out his works :

the 5th of December in Lille, at le Biplan

the 13th of January at the SONOR FEST 3, in Chaville (Paris southern Suburbs). Suprising program set up by the SONOR ASSO, more known for their events
happening usually in the alternative hardcore and underground scene.

End of March 2010 at Le Motel, in Paris

other gigs in negociation : France, Belgium, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Russia…
If you know any place where you’d like to get some vibes : feel free to contact: gestemusic(at)

work in progress with James Reindeer, James pHoney, Cocon, Ranelagh Strives, Jahan, etc…
watch out !

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Transformers Revenge of the Fallen DVD Rip Movie

Posted in Movie on September 27, 2009 by E.N.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is an American science fiction action film starring Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox. It is the sequel to 2007′s Transformers and the second film in the live action Transformers series. Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg return respectively as director and executive producer, while Shia LaBeouf reprises the role of Sam Witwicky, the human caught in the war between Autobots and Decepticons. The film introduces many more robots and the scope has been expanded to numerous countries, most notably France, Jordan and Egypt. The plot revolves around Sam, who has been having visions of Cybertronian symbols, getting hunted by the evil Decepticons under the orders of their long-trapped leader, The Fallen. The Fallen seeks to get revenge on Earth by finding and activating a machine that would provide the Decepticons with an energon source, destroying all life on the planet in the process.

DVD Rip Movie

CD 1
CD 2

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Moonoton DJ – Mix September+Unknown artist

Posted in Dance, Dance Classics, Electro, Italo Disco, Nu Disco, Promotions on September 27, 2009 by E.N.

Moonoton is a solo project of Andrei Nikonorov, a half of ANDREi & ELEONORA. Home-made music with some inspirational support from guitarists Anton Krotkevich & Sash Ko. Most of the production is remix works.
Unknown artist -No Title

Moonoton DJ – Mix 18.09.09 part 2
1 Samoa Park – Tubular Affair (Instrumental Version)
2 Golden Bug – Midnight Rabbit
3 Lime – The Party’s Over
4 Advance – Take Me To The Top (Instrumental)
5 Madame X – Just That Type Of Girl
6 Dominance Crushing Crew – We Rock For You
7 Bodymovin – Hold Back
8 Simian Mobile Disco – Cruel Intentions
9 M/A/R/R/S – Pump Up The Volume (Instrument
10 Shannon – Let The Music Play (Classic Version)
11 Lime – Don’t You Wanna Do It
12 Fox The Fox – Precious Little Diamond
13 Stacey Q – Don’t Make A Fool Of Yourself (The Shep Pettibone Mix)
14 Golden Bug – Radio
15 Chaz Jankel – Glad To Know You
16 Bronski Beat – What Are Your Going To Do About It
17 Chaz Jankel – 3,000,000 Synths
18 Sneaky Sound System – When We Were Young (Breakbot Remix)
19 CFCF – Sogni Rossi
20 Mr. Flagio – Take A Change (Extended 12″ Mix)

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new Model500-Huesca free download

Posted in Electronic, Promotions, Techno on September 27, 2009 by E.N.

New Model500-Huesca (thanks 2- 2sheep4coke)


About MODEL 500

Revolutions begin in Detroit. Almost exactly a hundred years ago, the first Model T rolled off Ford’s production line in Highland Park, forever changing the way cars were manufactured. Ford’s main innovation, the production line, was eventually adopted across the rest of the world, paving the way for mass consumerism as a way of life and gaining international recognition for Detroit as the automotive capital of the world.

Step forward to the early eighties and Detroit birthed another mechanical revolution, this time ushering in the era of electronic dance music. In 1985 Juan Atkins (aka Model 500) released the first record on his fledgling label Metroplex, ‘No UFO’s’ and started the clock for Year Zero of the dance music movement. Like Ford’s Model T, the impact of these new machine rhythms was global, hitting especially hard in Europe, where dance music subsequently developed into a mass cultural phenomenon.

Since then, Juan Atkins has built what stands as perhaps the most influential body of work in the field of dance music. Characterised by his ability to make machines speak, to give them soul, his style of production has inspired a legion of admirers and can still be heard on dancefloors across the globe as well as in Radiohead’s avant garde rock and the futuristic RnB of Timberland and The Neptunes. The common strands linking these all lead back to Atkins pioneering productions such as ‘Clear’, ‘Starlight’, Technicolor’ and ‘Jazz Is The Teacher’.

In 2007 Atkins partnered up with Mike Banks from Underground Resistance to form a Model 500 band. It wasn’t the first time they had played together as Model 500 but this time Atkins added Detroit DJ/producer DJ Skurge to the mix along with longtime associate and established funk and techno producer Mark Taylor.

As the “new” Model 500, they began performing as a band, debuting at the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, and not too long later, performing at festivals in Europe and Japan. Taking the band concept farther, the quartet has begun work on an untitled full length release.

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Filth Launch in Birmingham+Free VIP Tickets

Posted in *Contest, *Free Tickets, Events, Promotions on September 26, 2009 by E.N.

We have 4 VIP Tickets to give away
If you want to get the chance to win free entry,please drop us a mail to
with the subject Filth —
Winners will be notified by mail!



For a couple of years, FILTH have been pushing boundaries in the north and, fresh from their first season in Ibiza, they’re due to arrive in Birmingham on Friday October 2nd, then monthly after that. Having brought the likes of Arno Cost, Style of Eye, Loose Cannons and Riva Star to their events elsewhere, Birmingham’s scene is set to have a welcome injection of new thinking, new music.

Bringing the fidgety, jacking and energy laced 4/4 to the Black Country for this inaugural event is Mowgli, along with residents Jackinori and Eddi Zanetti. Italian born, London based house producer Mowgli, always puts the music first. Spending hours each week picking out the best new music to play for you, he’s also produced for some of the best breaks labels like Skint, Southern Fried and Domino, has remixed the likes of X-Press 2, Sugarbabes and Don Diablo. As Minimow he takes the mood down, spinning deep house, tech and minimal. Music is in this man’s blood, so you’re sure to be taken somewhere special in his presence.
Room 2 is th Ice Cream Van room with more kinetic beats from the likes of Andy Styler, Ollie Newis, Tomarse, Made for Radio and Costello.

Bouncing at one of the north’s best club (Mint, Leeds) each month, Filth have offered fresh house sounds and catapulted the burgeoning likes of Bart B More and Lee Mortimer to stardom, whilst pleasing a crowd that rivals the regulars of any club night in the country. The family which has grown around a core of competent residents and music focused promoters, is one that gets involved, dances from the first to the last beat, and welcomes you whoever you are. Birmingham, meet Filth.


Elliot Croft
Eddi Zanetti
Andy Styler

ROOM 2 – ICE CREAM VAN (up2nogood):

Danny Savage
Ollie Newis
Made for Radio

£6 NUS/£8 DOOR

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