Archive for January, 2010

Slacker -Start A New Life (free download “A New Days Dawn (NEWEDIT)”

Posted in Electronic, Promotions on January 29, 2010 by E.N.

Back to Chill: Slacker returns with gorgeous new CD Start A New Life
Masterpiece created from the heart and in the spirit of classic downtempo and chillout albums from Boards Of Canada, The KLF, Amorphous Androgynous (aka Future Sound Of London), Dusted, Sabres Of Paradise and more

SLACKER
START A NEW LIFE
Release date: February 23, 2010
Godlike & Electric Records
Slacker – Start A New Life

Download “A New Days Dawn (NEWEDIT)”

Find out More About New Album HERE
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New Astor Bell Release! Audioteka – Just So Simple (ASTOR012)

Posted in Electronic, Promotions, Techno on January 29, 2010 by E.N.


Just So Simple
By: Audioteka
Catalogue no: ASTOR012
Releasedate: 2010-XX-XX

Tracklist:
1. Simple Feelings

2. Simple Colors

Download here. For free as always.

When gazing upon your world map, it might strike you as spectacular how the sounds of the Berlin underground can trickle all the way to Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Taking into consideration our knowledge of the modern, network- connected planet, it is of course not the same sensation. Still, one can’t avoid wondering if the massive amount of land in between hasn’t given flavor to the ones and zeros streaming through the pipelines in order to reconnect as digital audio in the other end.
When playing out Just So Simple, focusing your ears beyond the sharp synthetic beats and the dark deep bass, you can’t escape the echoes of unending Siberian pine forests, sparkling rivers, majestic ice-covered mountain ranges and abandoned Soviet era concrete cities. Audioteka plugged their laptops into the leftover equipment of a Cosmonaut space station and streamed the output through a state of the art night club speaker system. This is a recording from the other end of the neighbouring plains. Aimed straight for your heart. Open it up.

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XLR8R Podcast 121: Cooly G

Posted in Dj Mix, Dub Step, Electronic, Funky, Podcast, XLR8R Podcast on January 29, 2010 by E.N.


Cooly G has delivered a slow-burning mix , playlist is littered with unknown artists, white-label tracks, and songs simply known as “exclusive.” Even better, the mix features live percussion provided by her pal Dezy Da Bongo Man.

And for those who simply can’t get enough Cooly G—count us as solidly in that camp—you’ll be happy to know that the XLR8R podcast only represents the first half of this massive mix. If you want to get part two, you’ll need to follow Cooly G on Twitter, where she’ll be releasing the remainder of this DJ session in the very near future.

Download XLR8R Podcast 121: Cooly G

01 Cooly G “Intro”
02 Cooly G/DVA “Ol’ Dirty”
03 DJ Gregory “Traffic”
04 T Williams “Hardcash”
05 Zander Hardy (exclusive)
06 Ben Westbeech & T. Williams (exclusive)
07 Martyn “Megadrive”
08 Artist Unknown “Glow”
09 O.B “ER”
10 Artist Unknown “Get Slapped Up”
11 Artist Unknown “Gain”
12 Artist Unknown “Dougsanna”
13 DJ Gregory “Work Me”
14 Sami Sanchez “Air Raid”
15 MA1 “Samurai Remix”
16 Wbeeza “Deep Underground”
17 Bowly (exclusive)
18 Major Notes “Friend of Mine Dub”

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FACT mix 119 – Maximo Park

Posted in Dj Mix, Electro, Electronic, Fact, Podcast, Techno on January 29, 2010 by E.N.


Newcastle pop quintet Maximo Park contribute this morning’s FACT mix.

Singer Paul Smith’s stupid hats aside, the band have taste beyond that of their peers – their session for FACT features underground techno deity Thomas Brinkmann, tracks from Madlib and J Dilla’s Champion Sound collaboration, Moderat and more.

Download: FACT mix 119 – Maximo Park(Available for three weeks)

Tracklist:
Harmonia and Eno ‘76 – Lundeburg Heath
Thomas Brinkmann – 2suns
Jaylib – The Red (with elements of Raw Shit – Instrumental)
Moderat – Beats Way Sick feat. Busdriver
Cougar – Atatl
Nomo – My Dear
The Gossip – Heavy Cross (Siriusmo remix)
Matias Aguayo – Bo Jack feat. Ladybumbox – vocal version)
Ame – Rej (Hundred Birds beat-less remix
Shit Robot – Simple Things
Underworld – Holding The Moth
La Roux – In For The Kill (Skream remix – Lukas’ Philip Glassed revisit)

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Lewis Chaplin Dubstep/Techno Mix

Posted in Dj Mix, Dub Step, Funky, Techno on January 28, 2010 by E.N.


EMN members mixes

Download Lewis Chaplin Dubstep/Techno Mix
Tracklist
Eric Andersen – Brooklyn Bridge Blues
the Echologist – Hustle (Ambient Mix)
Four Tet – Plastic People
DJ Slip – Avaliable Light (Franco Cinelli Remix)
Martyn – Seventy Four (Redshape Mix)
Vista – Elixir
James Fox – Put it Back (Ramadanman Refix)
Pangaea – Because of You
Skream – Repercussions of a Razorblade
Deadboy – U Cheated
Mosca – Gold Bricks, I See You
Qoso – Haunted
Idiotproof – Ray Banned
Julio Bashmore – World Peace

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Limited time Download. Sick Boy : Hysteria!

Posted in Electro, House, Promotions on January 28, 2010 by E.N.


Download Hysteria! by clicking HERE Hysteria! invades all major online outlets February 20
With remixes by Motor, NoNewYork and Homework

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Fingerprint w Lemos (Cecille/Resopal) 20.02.2010+free tickets

Posted in *Free Tickets, Events on January 28, 2010 by E.N.


We have a pair of tickets to give away
–If you want to get the chance to win please drop us a mail to
(extramusicnew[at]gmail[dot]com)
with the subject Lemos—

Winners will be notified by mail!
FINGERPRINT
February 20th, 2010
Spektrum, Manchester

Lemos (Cecille/Resopal) | Bill Jones | Iain Dixon

Things get deep at Fingerprint this month: Cecille’s Lemos is the main man.

Greek born Lemos aka George Laimos is a deep house producer and DJ aligned with such quality labels as D’Julz’ Bass Culture (in fact he put out said labels first release, Kalooo, which people like Sebo K named as their tune of the summer) and Nick Curly’s Cecille, He mixes in organic and jazzy notes to his sets and productions, always with lashing of sub-bass, echo and reverb of the sort to carve a groove in an decent dance floor. Places like Fabric and Mint Club have fallen under his spell before, so you know the guy got skills.

Someone of Lemos’ ilk is perfect for a setting like Spektrum. A nice, darkened, tight knit club space with raw fixtures and fittings – a place you can forget everything and lose yourself in the consuming beats which echo all around. Getting you going before that, though, are the residents Bill Jones and Iain Dixon, a pair who live up to the tough job that is being resident by supplying just enough – but not so much as to peak – house and tech bounce and drive. Lovely.

So for a voyage into the deep electronic unknown with a more than able pilot, get yourself down to Spektrum, the hooded, youthful and knowing crowd waiting for you on the dance floor do so with open arms…

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