Archive for August 3, 2012

Download:Jon Convex – Xlr8r Podcast 257

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Download:Jon Convex – Xlr8r Podcast 257

01 Unknown “Untitled”
02 Alex Smoke “Make My Day (Lusine Remix)” (Soma)
03 Mesak “Echos Bones” (Klakson)
04 Lusine “Sunset” (Ghostly)
05 Uner “Lapan To” (Cécille)
06 John Tejada “Fading Memory” (Immigrant)
07 Unknown “Untitled”
08 John Tejada “Labyrinth” (Palette)
09 Maetrik “Work It Remix” (Siteholder)
10 Justin Martin “Get Low (J.Phlip Remix)” (Dirtybird)
11 Maetrik “Envy” (Dumb Unit)
12 Jon Convex “Aversion” (Convex Industries)
13 Femme En Fourrure “2003” (Convex Industries)
14 Jon Convex “Four Faces” (Convex Industries)
15 Accent “DX Jam”
16 Jon Convex “What I Need (feat. Velvit)” (Convex Industries)
17 Good Guy Mikesh “Spare (Axel Boman Remix)” (Ki)
18 Maceo Plex “Your Style” (Crosstown Rebels)
19 The Traveller “A100″ (Ostgut Ton)
20 Sei A “Mercy Bass” (Turbo)
21 Jon Convex “Idoru” (Convex Industries)


Download: Cardopusher- Xlr8r Podcast 256

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Download: Cardopusher- Xlr8r Podcast 256
01 Maelstrom “USSR” (Sound Pellegrino)
02 Violet “Palmas (Cardopusher Remix)” (Wicked Bass)
03 DMX Krew “Acid Cow” (Turbo)
04 Surtek Collective “Shakers (110% Mix)” (BNR Trax)
05 Jimmy Edgar “Let Yrself Be” (Hotflush)
06 Nautiluss “Mixed Numbers” (Turbo)
07 Nehuen “Bad Automation” (Classicworks)
08 Fast Eddie & Da Brat “Yo, Yo Get Boom (Tommie Sunshine Remix)”
09 Paperclip People “Paperclip Man” (Planet E)
10 Bobby Champs “MINT400″ (Pictures Music)
11 Mauser “Jack Orchestra” (Generator)
12 Cardopusher “So What U Want Me To Do” (Classicworks)
13 Chrissy Murderbot “Friendship (Legowelt Remix)” (Halo Cyan)
14 Armand Van Helden “The Witch Doktor (Dark Ages Mix)” (Soul Jazz)
15 Pacheko “Don’t Become a Techno Zombie”
16 Tyree “Nuthin Wrong” (Mojuba)
17 Cardopusher “Wave Function” (Classicworks)
18 Arttu feat. Jerry The Cat “Nuclear Funk (Dexter Remix)” (Royal Oak)
19 Cardopusher “Everybody” (DVA Music)
20 Cardopusher “Hotbox (DVA Remix)” (Classicworks)
21 Otto Von Schirach “Salpica (Miami)” (Monkeytown)
22 Nehuen & Nick Hook “Untitled” (Classicworks)
23 Cardopusher “I Know You Will” (Classicworks)
24 Actress “R.I.P.” (Honest Jon’s)


Download:Shed – Xlr8r Podcast 258

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Download:Shed – Xlr8r Podcast 258
01 Ether “Spiritool” (Phono)
02 Bandshell “Rise Em” (Hessle Audio)
03 The Traveller “A100″ (Ostgut Ton)
04 Maurizio “Ploy (Strategic Mix)” (Maurizio)
05 Basic Soul Unit “Soulspeak (Shed Remix)” (Dolly)
06 True False “Do While” (If Else)
07 Resistor “#32500432″ (Operation Amplified)
08 EQD “#005B” (Equalized)
09 Untold “Caslon” (Hemlock)
10 EQD “#005A” (Equalized)
11 Wax “30303B” (Wax)
12 War Easy Made “#1″
13 Futurhythm “Phuture2″ (Tresor)
14 DJ Joost & Flux “Hydr(o)remix” (Phono)
15 Amanda Splitt “Bearing the Sun” (Pimped)

Stream:Grizzly Bear – Yet Again (from ‘Shields’, album out September 17/18)

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Grizzly Bear revealed their new single, “Yet Again”, on Radio 1 last night, with the track featured as Huw Stephens’ ‘Hottest Record in the World’. The band will also perform the song, which comes from their new album ‘Shields’ (out Sept 17th on Warp Records), on leading US satirical show The Colbert Report this month as part of the recently-announced StePhest Colbchella RocktAugustfest, which takes place aboard the USS Intrepid.

Recorded over the better part of a year, ‘Shields’ represents the band’s most charged and concise collection of music to date and follows 2009’s critical and commercial breakthrough, ‘Veckatimest.’ They headline End of the Road festival in Dorset on Sept 1st, and later kick off an international tour on September 16th, including their biggest UK headline show to date at Brixton Academy on October 22nd. For full UK tour dates please visit Grizzly Bear’s Official Site


Download:Homeboy Sandman “Watchu Want from Me?”

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“Watchu Want from Me?” produced by Oddisee, with additional keys by Jud Nester, is the first sounds coming from Homeboy Sandman’s forthcoming album First of a Living Breed.  We have a video in the works for this track, and the lyrics are below.  Look for a whole lyric book to be published here at Stones Throw’s website.

Download MP3 Homeboy Sandman “Watchu Want from Me?”


Chemical Brothers – Theme For Velodrome(Stream)

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The Bug – ‘Can’t Take This No More / Rise Up'(preview)

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Preview of The Bug’s ‘Can’t Take This No More’ feat. Daddy Freddy & ‘Rise Up’ feat. Inga Copeland of Hype Williams. Taken from the ‘Can’t Take This No More / Rise Up’ 7″, released 27 August on Ninja Tune.

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Terrence Dixon-From the Far Future Pt. 2

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Twelve years ago Tresor Records released Terrence Dixon’s debut album ‘From The Far Future’ – a personal homage to the art and ancestry of techno, culminating in a discursive and dream-like course through the genre’s many tomes, complete with subtle nods to key protagonists such as Kraftwerk, Derrick May and Juan Atkins. A luminescent and ethereal catalogue of tracks awash with shimmery synths and taught rhythmical programming – that still holds true today, ‘From The Far Future’ made for a stunning first full length that cemented Dixon’s already proven credentials from his Population One work and Utensil Records foundations.

After a string of stylistically rich releases – including another album, ‘Train Of Thought’, this time for Cologne-based label Yore Records – the Detroit native returns to Tresor Records with ‘From The Far Future Pt.2’ – an ambitious, scopey and deeply personal sequel.

“ ‘From The Far Future’ was special in many ways. It’s over 12 years later and seems like yesterday to me, it really does,” says Dixon. “ ‘From The Far Future Pt.2’ is my real life drama playing out before your ears, it has everything on this album that has something to do with where I live. I wanted to make this album as huge as it could be. This is a statement album. A variety of tracks from a minimal point of view.”

Taking the form of a fourteen-track CD and double vinyl LP, with just three overlaying tracks – the bubbly “Fountain of Life”, uplifting “Horizon” and stung out “The Study”, as well as two different versions on the atmospheric builder “Dark City of Hope” – ‘From The Far Future Pt.2’ is a masterful and extensive techno album that alludes to – without relying on – Dixon’s Detroit heritage and affinities. Tracks like the CD’s three dystopic numbers: “Path to Mystery”, “The Auto Factory” and “Lead by Example”, for example, deploy recognisable tropes of techno past, spun into a unique and inherently modern Dixon vernacular. Elsewhere, warm syncopated house (“Self Centered”), wonky jazz (“The Switch”), grainy dub textures (“My Journey Here”) and smoky ambience (“Vision Blurry”) complete this rewardingly heterogeneous CD.

Complementing the headiness of the CD, the eight-track vinyl version of ‘From The Far Future Pt.2’ has been curated squarely with the dance floor in mind, allowing Dixon’s shrewd beat-smithery to come to the fore. From the tough and punchy rhythms of “Light of Day” and “Band Together” to the discordant canters of jangly anthem “Sleight of Mind” and dubby “11th Floor”, there’s something here for any fan of freewheeling and well-versed techno.

Artist Terrence Dixon
Title From the Far Future Pt. 2
Label Tresor Records
Release Date 24 September
Cat. No TRESOR256
Format CD/ LP/ Digital


Self Centered
Dark City Of Hope (Main Mix)
Fountain Of Life
My Journey Here
Path To Mystery
The Switch
Vision Blurry
The Auto Factory
Lead By Example
Blinking & Flashing
The Study


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