Archive for April 19, 2010

Kode9 DJ-Kicks tracklist revealed

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

Details have been announced for Kode9’s edition of DJ-Kicks, due for release this June.

The Hyperdub boss took a no-nonsense approach to assembling the mix, compiling what he describes as “just a snapshot of my DJ sets from the first half of 2010.” The tracklist is heavy on UK funky, broken beat, grime and R&B, but surprisingly light on on the genre Kode9 helped vault into widespread popularity: dubstep.

“[The mix is] definitely not an exploration of my musical heritage, but it’s not all new stuff. It probably signifies something about my relationship to dubstep that the mix only has a few dubstep tunes in it… Unfortunately, I fear some listeners, because of my background, will think that all the tracks are just mutations of dubstep.”

In addition to tracks by Aardvarck, Digital Mystikz, Zomby and Cooly G, the mix will feature an exclusive track by Kode9, entitled “You Don’t Wash.” The compilation will be the third installment of DJ-Kicks this year, following contributions by The Juan Maclean and James Holden.
01. Lone – Once In A While
02. Aardvarck – Revo
03. Kode9 – Blood Orange
04. Kode9 – You Don’t Wash (DJ-Kicks exclsuive)
05. Cooly G – Phat Si
06. Ill Blu – Bellion
07. Ikonika – Heston
08. Scratcha DVA – Jelly Roll
09. Mr Mageeka – Different Lekstrix
10. Grievous Angel – Move Down Low
11. Sticky feat. Natalie Storm – Look Pon Me
12. Sticky – Jumeirah Riddim Sequel
13. Mujava – Pleaze Mugwanti
14. DVA – Natty
15. Aardvaarck – Re Spoken (Nubian Mindz Released Mix)
16. Morgan Zarate feat. Sarah Ann Webb – M.A.B.
17. Rozzi Daime – Dirty Illusions
18. Zomby – Spiralz
19. Kode9 – It
20. J*DaVeY – Mr. Mister
21. Digital Mystikz – 2 Much Chat
22. Terror Danjah – Stiff
23. Digital Mystikz – Mountain Dread March
24. Zomby – Godzilla
25. Digital Mystikz – Mountain Dread March (Reprise)
26. Addison Groove – Footcrab
27. Kode9 vs. LD – Bad
28. Maddslinky – Cargo
29. Ramadanman – Work Them
30. Terror Danjah – Bruzin (VIP)
31. The Bug feat. Flo Dan – Run

!K7 will release Kode9’s DJ-Kicks on June 22nd, 2010(RA)


LCD Soundsystem – Drunk Girls (Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

“Drunk Girls” – taken from the new album “This is Happening”

Future Disco Vol 3 – City Heat (Needwant music)

Posted in Promotions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

Future Disco Volume 3 ‘City Heat’

Compiled & Mixed by Sean Brosnan
 Format: Compilation
Label: Needwant
Released: 31st May 2010
Cat No: NEEDCD002
Distribution: Republic Of Music

After being named iTunes Dance Album of 2009, Future Disco returns with their third episode armed with a fresh round of modern disco bullets to fire up the day, and keep it alight well into the night.
Future Disco has become the staple choice for all music fans seeking a fresh and contemporary selection of rare and favoured tracks, indelibly mapping a new trend like no other. Volume 3 takes in hot creations from some of the freshest artists of the moment including Lindstrom & Christabelle, Greg Wilson, The Revenge, Holy Ghost and Todd Terje.
The Future Disco ethos is to bring together the very best in a burgeoning modern disco scene, no matter your musical persuasion capturing the imagination of the listener, and made for indulging in at any time. Following on from the debut ‘Future Disco – A Guide to 21st Century Disco’ and subsequent ‘The Extended Future Disco Mix’, ‘City Heat’ is a prelude to the summer, suitably timed as the current disco movement engulfs cities globally such as London, New York and Sydney. The passion and energy of ‘City Heat’ engages with an audience that have (or will soon become) smitten with the soundtrack of disco.
The entire mix is once again re-edited and carefully mixed by Sean Brosnan, who has created a completely unique excursion joining the musical dots between disco of the past, present and future.
‘Future Disco Volume 3 City Heat’ features unreleased and exclusive material such as Greg Wilson’s version of Ilija Rudman ‘Call Me Tonight’ and the Tensnake Remix of Johny Denell ‘Jam Hot’. Captivating treats appear from the notorious Crazy P in the form of the divine Hot Toddy mix of ‘Never Gonna Reach Me’, and Lindstrom & Christabelle’sinspirational ‘Baby Can’t Stop,’ ensuing their highly praised collaborative album project.
Todd Terje heats things up with his classic disco record, ‘Eurodans’ and two tracks feature from new school hero, The Revenge, recently celebrated for his versatility and wide appeal across the house, techno and the disco worlds. Disco’s newest don, Tensnake again appears as he has on each Future Disco episode so far, and new artists such as Nick Chacona, Bonar Bradberry, and Sean Brosnan himself also deliver precious gems to the mix.
The CD is available in mixed and unmixed format, and sleeve notes have been written by the stunning vocalist, Kathy Diamond, whose vocal is one of many highlights in the mix. Photography of the London disco scene is also included in the booklet courtesy of Darrell Berry (
Since the first episode in 2008, Future Disco has evolved info a radio show and a series of global events, currently holding ongoing residencies at Ministry of Sound London, with Carl Cox at Space Ibiza and 360 Dubai. Also staging regular events from Amsterdam to Singapore, the sound of Future Disco is spreading to distant shores and some of the best clubs in the world.
Future Disco has led the way as a new movement took hold of its London base. It continues to offer a candid and likeable outlook to the otherwise tedious alternatives, weaving all curious listeners through an exhilarating sonic journey.

1. Drop Out Orchestra – Macaque
2. Lindstrom & Christabelle – Baby Can’t Stop
3. Curses! – The Deep End (Holy Ghost! Day School Dub)
4. The Revenge feat Danielle Moore – Just Be Good To Me (Ron Basejam Remix)
5. Ilija Rudman – Call Me Tonight (Greg Wilson Version)
6. Crazy P – Never Gonna Reach Me  (Hot Toddy Remix)
7. Nick Chacona – The Fear feat Kathy Diamond (Beg To Differ Remix)
8. Todd Terje – Eurodans 
9. Chamboche – Feverish (The Revenge Remix)
10. Johny Denell – Jam Hot (Tensnake Remix)
11. Moscow – Throw up (Brontosaurus Remix)
12. Bonar Bradberry – Carlos The Jackal
13. Sean Brosnan – Sat Jam (Ray Mang Remix)
14. Ray Mang – Look Into My Eyes
15. Bot’Ox – Blue Steel
16. Magnus International – Mandass Morran Blus

5th June – Stereolounge – Singapore
10th June – 360 – Dubai
8th July – Garden Festival – Croatia
10th July – Ministry of Sound – London
13th July – Space – Ibiza

Look out for future tour dates this summer

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Download: FACT mix 141 – Gavin Russom

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

Download: FACT mix 141 – Gavin Russom
(Available for three weeks)

Diamond Vampires “Friday Nights” [Unreleased]
Steven Halpern “Dancing Through the Rainbow, Part I” [Halpern Sounds]
Franco Cinelli “Acid Cut Pt. 2″ [Traut Muzik]
Vince Watson “Qualia” [Planet E]
Peter Van Hoesen “Resol” [Morse]
Fanon Flowers “Acid Kush” [Studio Sound]
Steve Lawler “Kalimba” [R&S]
DJ Qu “Party People Clap” [Deconstruct Music]
Levon Vincent “Double Jointed Sex Freak” [Novel Sound]
JM Strap “The Owl in Daylight” [Frigio]

Filterwolf – Nocturne (incl.Bodycode,Corrugated Tunnel,Olibusta remixes)(Promo Preview)

Posted in Electronic, Promotions, Tech House, Techno with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

Released by: ProcessRecordings
Release/catalogue number: PRCS132
Release date: Apr 26, 2010
EAN/UPC: 5060193562117

Filterwolf (a.k.a. Adnan Duric) has his musical roots in the techno clubs of Cologne, but is now based in Munich. He has developed his own sound, far away from the clichés of techno, with a wide diversity of tonal sensibility and intensity. He produces mesmerising electronic music in which techno, house and electro meet Burial-esque vocal fragments, whilst the synths play exploding melodies.

His first release “South Disco” was on dubKULT’s Living Records with remixes by Hrdvsion and Tigerskin. This was followed by his 4-track “Futura EP” on Process, which was a stepping stone to his first album “Music From Tomorrow”, due out on Process in May 2010. To introduce that album, we bring you the first single “Nocturne”, with three amazing remixes from Berlin, Dublin and Paris.

Berlin-based Alan Abrahams, a.k.a. Bodycode, a.k.a. Portable, slows down the tempo and adds extra vocals, turning the track into more laid-back groover, whilst Corrugated Tunnel, who has become a bit of a regular on Process, adds more bass and beats to Nocturne for a version for the middle of the night. The final mix is from Olibusta, a new member of the parisian Get The Curse crew. Thumbing on the thin line between after-hours heavy techno bleepery and freakier-than-thou electro-funk sleaziness.

Further mixes are expected in a second package a few weeks after release of “Music From Tomorrow”.
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2562-RA Podcast 203

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2010 by dk

Published / 19 April 2010
Filesize / 72.59 MB
Length / 01:00:28
Status / Available

Download 2562-RA.203

Dave Huismans brings the techno and dubstep fusion on this week’s RA podcast.

Of the artists to emerge from the dialogue between techno and dubstep, The Hague’s Dave Huismans must be rated as one of the finest. His production roots are actually in broken beat and his Dogdaze moniker, but 2007 saw him launch the 2562 project on Pinch’s Tectonic Recordings, forging techno sounds to dubstep beat structures to great effect. While debut album Aerial was fairly singular and streamlined in its approach to the fusion of techno and dubstep, his sophomore effort showed a totally different side to Huismans’ sound. With more overt references to UK garage and house, Unbalance managed to scrape into the top ten of last year’s RA albums poll, with Oli Marlow calling it “a zenith for techno-tinged dubstep in 2009.”

He’s also been keeping busy with his A Made Up Sound moniker which operates in a slightly more conventional house and techno vein. Last year’s “Rework” on his own A Made Up Sound imprint and the four-track EP on Clone were essential releases if you like your 4/4 beats to be swung and bass-heavy, and those two adjectives are definitely something that you say about his effort for this week’s RA podcast.(RA)