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It’s been a while since Thrashpilot left the scene,but now he’s back and hoping to recap- ture the vibe of drum and bass which first got him into the genre.
“Firewalker” and “Calisthenics” take inspiration from classic Renegade Hardware tracks and albums like Platinum Breaks with a little bit of the modern cutting edge flavour thrown in.
01 El Prevost feat. D.Ham – Allez Ally [Third Ear]
02 Trus’me – Nards (Ryan Elliott Remix) [Prime Numbers]
03 Apollonia – Trinidad [Apollonia]
04 The Mole – Bleep Blop Robot [Maybe Tomorrow]
05 Nail – I’ve Been There [DiY]
06 Daze Maxim – Farbfilm (Dyed Soundorom Remix) [Apollonia]
07 Funk E – Masa de Fatza [Kurbits]
08 Eduardo De La Calle – The Guy From Hackney [Appian Sounds]
09 Mood II Swing feat. John Ciafone – Ohh [Strictly Rhythm]
10 DeWalta feat. Frieder Klaris – Fromsidetoside [Vakant]
11 Mazi – Scene Shifter [Gourmet]
12 Môme – Control (Tevo Howard Remix) [Fragil Musique]
13 Apollonia – Visa Americain [Apollonia]
14 Philipp Boston – Night Chime [BTAIM]
15 Masomenos / Ark / Cabanne – Bronze Septembre [WTM]
16 Grimes Adhesif – Fearless Fun [Curle / N.E.W.S.]
17 Callisto – Need Ur Love (Stalagmite Mix) [Guidance]
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‘The Owl and The Butterfly’, the final in the artist’s trilogy for Systematic Recording, is an album driven not by the science of music creation, but rather Babciz’s own deep connection, or ‘oneness’ with nature he experienced during walks through the Königsforest near his home in Cologne.
The resulting twenty-track opus is a seamless journey through the inimitable ‘Babiczstyle’ of house, techno and electronica; it’s edges polished smoothed, it’s basslines beating with an organic pulse, the album putting the listener at the core of his musical psyche, led first and foremost by feeling and instinct.
1. Venus Transit
2. Dream Sequence
3. A Girl From Jupiter
4. Dream Sequence 2
5. Red Lips (Rob Neo Dub Mix)
6. Dream Sequence 3
7. Crazy feat. Ange
8. Dream Sequence 4
10. Dream Sequence 5
11. Sonntag (Rework)
12. Dream Sequence 6
14. Getting Something To Drink
15. On The Streets
16. Sydney Beach
17. Grab Your Shoes
18. At The Forest
19. Cogito Ergo Sum
20. Flow feat. Karen Vogt
When Jackson emerged from the lingering disco after-smoke of the ‘French Touch’ scene that nurtured Daft Punk and Phoenix amongst others, Paris and the rest of the world were changing. Slowly and methodically, strands of music were moving from warehouse raves into the global mainstream and at the time of his debut Smash, in 2005, he and his Computerband embodied the bleeding edge of this transition.
Shredding the filtered funk of his Parisian forebears and soldering the remains to an insane carriage of orchestral bombast, red-lined techno and gothic hip-hop, Jackson and His Computerband had brought a sense of the post-millennial baroque to the rave.
And then all was (mostly) quiet.
Soon, the jacking, distorted party jams of the Ed Banger crew echoed through Paris’ boulevards, Phoenix grew into a massive pop band and dubstep’s steroidal cousin laid siege to America as Daft Punk’s robotic silhouettes emerged once again. The heady, symphonic futurism of Jackson’s music whispered around the edges of it all, but Jackson had gone deep into the bowels of Paris to sculpt a new master work and remained out of the limelight…until now.
Jackson returns, and with him comes a seething romantic electro orgy the likes of which have never been seen, Glow. From an adolescence spent in thrall to hardcore techno, and spanning a lifetime love of classic pop and the unclassifiable funk of Prince – this schizophrenic, sexual, psychotropic saga could only have come from the mind of one person.
As Jackson himself explains “About the record I have no idea. I kept only the bits when I lost control of myself. I feel fine about it’s emotional range. But I still wonder what made me do it.
I hope it’s fun and gives people some bravery and suspicious feelings about the state. I also hope it creates a great feeling of tenderness as well as the strength to carry a monster truck just with one hand.”
The album will be accompanied by a brand new live entity “The live show is the birth of the computerband aka the mechanical beat engine… Hand made and manually played…sweat and steel for flashing beauty. It’s also the opportunity for me to make my music with the audience and no longer need to watch a screen.”
Jackson and His Computerband
03. Dead Living Things
04. G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up)
06. Blood Bust
09. Arp #1
Watch the Glow Trailer (Part 1)
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2. Don’t Forget
After being introduced to electronic music production, he shifted his focus to creating
melodically driven bass music that uplifts the soul and enlightens the mind.
Rebirth has created an organic and cleansing sound that will be sure to clear your pallet for a new taste in electronic music. Fusing bubbling bass with rich soundscapes and ancient melodies, he seeks to break free from the traditional ideas of genre and transport listeners into another dimension.
“The name of this project directly reflects its intention. I want people to truly find themselves through the music and be reborn, walking away with a better sense of their higher purpose.”