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FACT mix 75: TRG

Posted in Deep House, Dub Step, Electronic, Funky, Grime, Podcast, Wonky on August 19, 2009 by dk


FACT mix 75 comes from Bucharest’s TRG, and showcases his new Hitek House sound.

Cosmin Nicolae by name, you probably know TRG best for his dubstep productions on labels like Tempa, Hotflush and Hessle (his ‘Put You Down’ was the label’s first release, and Martyn’s remix on HES004 arguably their most well-known). But judging by his FACT mix, he’s currently pushing a housier sound: Karizma, Hot City, Roska and Cajmere feature alongside a host of new TRG productions, and tracks are mixed deep into each other. Plus it ends on ‘Trilingual Dance Sexperience’, which is such a jam it’s unreal.

Download: FACT Mix 75 – TRG

Tracklisting:

1. Karizma – Necessary Madness (R2)
2. Seiji – Hohoho (CDR)
3. Roska- Elevated Level (Kicks & Snares)
4. Mystery – Speechless
5. Hot City – No More (Infrasonics)
6. TRG – Now You Know (CDR)
7. TRG – Tribal Flex (CDR)
8. L-Vis 1990 – United Groove (TRG Remix)
9. Hot City – Hot City Bass (Ramp)
10. Mescal Kid – Magic (Size Digital)
11. TRG – Purple Lights (CDR)
12. Pearson Sound – Wad (Hessle Audio)
13. Saeed Younan – Kumbalha (Younan Music)
14. TRG – Discotek 79 (CDR)
15. Cajmere – Percolator (Cajual Records)
16. Dorian Concept – Trilingual Dance Sexperience (Affine)

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Labels We Love: Type Records-XLR8R Podcast

Posted in Avant, Dark Ambient, Drone, ElectroAcoustic, Electronica, Experimental, Modern Classical, Post-classical, XLR8R Podcast on August 19, 2009 by dk


Whittling down the candidates to make XLR8R’s annual list of Labels We Love is no easy task, but the inclusion of experimental U.K. label Type Records was a no-brainer. In fact, we like the label so much that we commissioned label head John Twells (a.k.a. Xela) to put together a mix encapsulating the imprint’s unique mix of ambient and drone sounds with just enough pop melodies to keep things interesting. Stunningly gorgeous and never lacking in emotional heft, the Type Records podcast not only features some choice rarities and unreleased cuts—it also just might be one of the most beautiful sound pieces to ever grace XLR8R.com.

Labels We Love: Type Records
01 Grouper “Way Their Crept” (from TYPE020 Way Their Crept)
02 Richard Skelton “Greens Within Brook” (from TYPE055 Landings)
03 Svarte Greiner “Ulsokk” (from TYPE016 Knive)
04 Goldmund “Ouendake” (from TYPE039 Malady Of Elegance)
05 Sylvain Chauveau “Je Suis Vivant Et Vous Etes Morts” (from TYPE025 The Black Book Of Capitalism)
06 Xela “In Misericordia” (from TYPE043 In Bocca Al Lupo)
07 On “Too Many Demons Still Haunt This Land” (from TYPE050 Your Naked Ghost Comes Back At Night)
08 Sanso-Xtro “Minus Ecki” (from TYPE007 Sentimentalist)
09 Rameses III “Across The Lake Is Where My Heart Shines” (from TYPE052 I Could Not Love You More)
10 The Alps “Hallucinations” (from TYPE040 III)
11 Deaf Center “Close” (from TYPE015 Vintage Well)
12 Mokira “Contour” (from TYPE047 Persona)
13 William Fowler Collins “Slow Motion Prayer Circle” (from TYPE046 Perdition Hill Radio)
14 City Center “Gold Girls” (from TYPE045 City Center LP Version only)
15 Peter Broderick “Three Cats” (from TYPE044 4 Track Songs)
16 Koen Holtkamp “Bear Bell” (from TYPE035 Field Rituals)
17 Seasons (pre-din) “03.28” (from TYPE061 Your Eyes The Stars And Your Hands The Sea)
18 Zelienople “Dust Bowl” (from TYPE054 Give It Up)
19 Black To Comm “Hotel Freund” (from TYPE053 Alphabet 1968)

As you know we love Type too,so check this great albums and buy at your record store
Mokira -Persona
Xela -In Bocca Al Lupo
A Broken Consort (Richard Skelton) – Box of Birch
Richard Skelton – Marking Time
Peter Broderick -Home
Peter Broderick – Music For Falling From Trees

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Brennan Green – XLR8R Podcast

Posted in Ambient, Dark Ambient, Eclectic, Electronic, Funk, XLR8R Podcast on August 19, 2009 by dk


New York City DJ and producer Brennan Green has carved his own little niche in dance music’s leftfield—between his genre-bending DJ sets and releases on Modal, Balihu, and his own Chinatown imprint, it’s hard to predict exactly what kind of otherworldly sonic experience he’s about to cook up. On this exclusive Prepare to XLR8 mix, Green takes it to a whole ‘nother level, largely ditching the house and disco sounds he’s often associated with in favor of a lengthy psychedelic journey through downtempo, prog, funk, Krautrock, and other sounds on the outer reaches of the aural spectrum. With a protracted moment of silence dedicated to Michael Jackson segueing into a Bruce Springsteen re-edit, it’s pretty clear that this isn’t the average DJ mix. Prepare to XLR8 is an unusual journey, albeit one well worth taking.

Brennan Green – XLR8R Podcast
01 Supersempfft “Pipe Dreams On A Lilypad”
02 The Orb “A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules from the Centre of the Ultraworld (Orbital Dance Mix)”
03 Robert Quine/Fred Maher “Dark Place”
04 Rolling Stones “Heaven”
05 F.U.S.E. “Dimension Intrusion”
06 Air “Modular Mix”
07 Kenny Hawkes “Sex Propella”
08 Skylab “Seashell”
09 Simple Minds “Today I Died Again”
10 Brian Briggs “AEO (Parts I & II)”
11 Parliament “The Goose”
12 Greek Buck “The Music Lover’s Butt Is Love”
13 John Lennon/Yoko Ono “Two Minutes Silence” (dedicated to Michael Jackson)
14 Bruce Springsteen “State Trooper (Brennan Green Suicidal Edit)”
15 Ippu Do “IN Side/OUT Side”
16 400 Blows “Perspective 5”
17 Ippu Do “OUT Side/IN Side”
18 Sons Of Aroa “Be Wise In The Way Of Plants”
19 B2 Unit “Riot In Lagos”
20 Nu Era “Cydonia”
21 Koro Osanago “Mini-Klik”
22 Berührt Verführt (Brennan Green/Yas Inoue edit)

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Brackles- XLR8R Podcast

Posted in Bass, Dub Step, Grime, XLR8R Podcast on August 19, 2009 by dk


Something interesting is brewing on the fringes of dubstep, and 24-year-old Rob Kemp, better known as Brackles, is right in the thick of it. The London-based DJ has been spinning garage records and wowing crowds with his insane turntable skills since he was 15 years old, but it’s his next-level production work that has truly thrust him into the limelight. Singles on Planet Mu, Applepips, Berkane Sol, and Pollen, not to mention high-profile remixes for the likes of Kid Cudi vs. Crookers, Tempa T, and MSTRKRFT, have showcased Brackles’ love for skittery, leftfield garage and his ability to make refined dancefloor tunes—you certainly won’t find him resorting to cliché bass overloads that have all the subtlety of a chainsaw to the head. Between making music, DJing regularly at places like FWD, and running the Blunted Robots label with partner-in-crime Shortstuff, Brackles isn’t exactly long on free time, but we somehow convinced him to put together this exclusive mix for XLR8R. Full of unreleased gems and a few underground classics, the results are absolutely thrilling.

Brackles- XLR8R Podcast
01 One Tribe feat Gem & MC Nuts “What Have You Done” (Red Rose Recordings)
02 Greena “Tenzado” (Applepips)
03 Shortstuff “See Ya” (unreleased)
04 Martin Kemp “Aztec” (unreleased)
05 Brackles & Shortstuff “Pipey D” (unreleased)
06 Aardvarck “Nosestep” (RH)
07 Joy Orbison “GR Etiquette” (unreleased)
08 Alley Cats “Cover Me” (Locked On)
09 TLC “No Scrubs (Todd Edwards Remix)” (I Records)
10 Jamie Lidell “Another Day (Rustie Remix)” (Warp)
11 Wiley “Freeze” (white)
12 Untold “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine” (unreleased)
13 Mark One “The Greatest” (Boka)
14 Geiom & Spamchop “Cave Rave” (Berkane Sol)
15 Brackles “Rawkus” (Planet Mu)
16 D1 “Crack Bong” (Tempa)
17 SBTRKT “Loving You” (Planet Mu)
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Aphex Twin @ Summersonic 10th Anniversary (07-08-2009)

Posted in Concerts, Dj Mix, Live on August 19, 2009 by dk


Aphex Twin @ Summersonic 10th Anniversary (07-08-2009)

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WAY OUT WEST "We Love Machine"+Free Downloads

Posted in Electronic, Promotions on August 19, 2009 by dk

Dance music titans WAY OUT WEST return this fall with their fourth studio album We Love Machine

Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff are back for an album’s worth of beautiful tracks based on their love of analog synths

WAY OUT WEST
WE LOVE MACHINE
Release date: October 5, 2009
Hope Recordings

WE HAVE LOADS OF GREAT CONTENT FOR YOU:

***FREE download of brand new track “Ultraviolet”***
Here

***Watch video for first single “Only Love”***
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vmtGs-TGkA

***Download two special Nick Warren DJ Mixes***

August 2009 Mix:

Ambient Mix:

***Way Out West studio interview***
www.youtube.com/user/OfficialWayOutWest

Ah….the 90’s. For electronic dance music this was a golden era and most of the genres finest anthems were born before the millennium cracked with a triple zero. People were Born Slippy with their Block Rockin’ Beats while sittin’ on Little Fluffy Clouds. You get the idea, but certainly not lost amongst the classics is Way Out West’s own divine anthem “The Gift;” a rebirth of Roberta Flack’s “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (Legend has it that the track spawned an eye-popping four hundred remixes!) After three albums and many hits later the Bristol duo of Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff have returned for the next round of future hits with We Love Machine. This is their ode to classic analog synths and the beautiful music that’s made with them.

Messrs Warren and Wisternoff lie poised for the unveiling of We Love Machine: their fourth full album in sixteen years of partnership. Way Out West (1997) and Intensify (2001), were replete with commercial potential–so much so that the duo cut loose for 2004ʼs Donʼt Look Now, galvanizing hordes at a sunkissed Glastonbury when they hit them with the airbrakes of “Anything But You”. The appointment of vocalist Omi left a lot of guest singers biting dust–to chip in on a Way Out West recording meant either instant dancefloor celebrity or worship from the gold-wired audiophiles. A place in the Top 40 was always a likelihood too–the boys have been there and back four times, hitting the Dance #1 spot with “Mindcircus” (2002) and touching the indie crowd with “Donʼt Forget Me” (2005).

First out of the shoot is the September 7th release of lead single “Only Love” featuring a package of remixes from Jerome Isma Ae, John Tejada and Glimpse. The single is already receiving lots of love from the likes of Laurent Garnier, James Talk, Ivan Smagghe and Kissy Sell Out, among many others. “Only Love” features Jonathan Mendelsohn on vocals and some original 80’s-era keyboards that sets It off. Digging a bit into the album, the title track combines those shimmery breaks and lush arrangements that we’ve come to love from WOW while “One Bright Night and Tierre del Fuego are downtempo cinematic masterpieces. Any comedown is quickly invigorated by the punchy breaks of the aptly titled block party-er “Body Motion.” It does what it says to full effect. Back to the sublime, “Survival” is 4/4 gold and one that brings the smile out. It just has “that” great throwback vibe going on. “Future Perfect” is the car chaser of the lot. It’s a futuristic barn burner, but in that Vangelis kinda way. We’ll whet your appetite for the rest of the album with a visit to the big red spot of Jupiter on “Ultra Violet” This one’s available free to you good folks and the ideal track for crusin’ through space like Lonestar.

The Way Out West LPs come slowly, like comets, but when they hit its with the impact of alien technology: Nickʼs marriage to his beloved Global Underground line keeps him pinned to a factory of innovators, and Jodyʼs nu-disco sidestep with Starstrings this year showed he can dish out the hits like a cruiserweight. You can expect stars to fall come this September when we get to experience fresh WOW. Itʼs been a long time coming but you can bet your last breath that the prize will be fast and shiny.

We Love Machine is out October 5 on Hope Recordings

Way Out West – We Love Machine
Tracklisting

“We Love machine
“One Bright Night
“Only Love
“BodyMotion
“Pleasure Control“
“Future Perfect”
“Survival”
Ultraviolet”
“Tales Of The Rabid Monks”
“Surrender”
“The Doors Are Where The Windows Should Be”
“Tierre del Fuego”
“Sparkle” (Itunes only)

www.myspace.com/officialwayoutwest
www.wayoutwest.mu
www.myspace.com/nickwarrenhope
www.myspace.com/jodywayoutwest

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S.P.E.C.T.R.E. – BijouBeats Featured Mix – Summer 2009

Posted in Dj Mix, Dub Step, Glitch, Grime on August 19, 2009 by dk


S.P.E.C.T.R.E. brings a diverse mixture of bass heavy music combining glitch hop, dubstep and beyond with a flare for the unexpected. His seamless blending of styles and tempos and on the fly mash-ups has made him a crowd favorite in Colorado. Co-founder of the Jungle Labs crew and a member of the Denver Bass Squad, S.P.E.C.T.R.E. has built a large following from the infamous Jungle Labs warehouse parties, regular nights at Denver’s Beta Nightclub, and his mixtapes on the Temporal Fusion podcast. Expect nothing short of an all out assault of crunkadelic party music.

S.P.E.C.T.R.E. – BijouBeats Featured Mix – Summer 2009
:: Tracklist ::
Tim Davison – Gateway (intro)
>> Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas – Serious Drug Collection loop
Mochipet – Godzilla New Year (VibeSquaD remix)
>> Clipse feat Slim Thug – Wamp Wamp (acapella)
Robert Koch vs Cerebral Vortex – Soundboy
>> E 40 – Tel Me When To Go
Samples – Outta Control
Mochipet – Robot Pudding (S.P.E.C.T.R.E. remix)
Mochipet – Godzilla New Year (Mimosa Remix)
>>Terence McKenna loop
Adam John – My Love
edIT & The Grouch – Artsy Remix (acapella)
Klone – Metamorphosis
Prodigy – Poison (Samples remix)
Opiuo – Slip
>> Slim Thug – I Ain’t Heard Of That (acapella)
Nosaj Thing – Coat Of Arms
Tipper – Off Kilter
>> Adam Freeland – We Want Your Soul (acapella)
Siren – Hotley Cru
Editor – No Diggity
>> Biggie Smalls – Party & Bullshit (acapella)
DZ – The Fireman
Kyza – Go (Bar 9 remix)
Joker & Ginz – Purple City
>> Jody Breeze feat Slim Thug – Stackin Paper (acapella)
Reso – Beasts In The Basement
>> Big L – Thick (acapella)
Tek-One – Bug
>> Buju Banton – Driver (acapella)
Z-Trip – MashUptight
Benga – Crunked Up
>> UK Apache – Original Nuttah (acapella)
Mistabishi – White Collar Grime
Pink Floyd – Comfortably Numb (DZ vs Rastatronics remix)
Craig Mack – Flava In Your Ear (acapella)
Rico Tubbs – Ghetto Funk Baby (High Rankin remix)
STS9 – The New Soma (Bass Science remix)
Propa Tingz – Heavy Metal
>> Rhymefest – Dynomite (acapella)
PANTyRAiD – Get The Money
>> Ludacris – Stand Up (acapella)
Johnny Polygon – Dopestflyestogpimpplayahardcoremutha…
VibeSquaD – Blaze Them Trees

More info at :
http://www.bijoubreaks.com/
http://www.basslabmusic.com
http://www.myspace.com/spectrebeats
http://www.facebook.com/reuben.garst

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