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(download)GAME – THE RED ROOM – NEW mixtape hosted by DJ SKEE

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

(download) GAME – THE RED ROOM – NEW mixtape hosted by DJ SKEE

look out for THE R.E.D. ALBUM coming June 15th.
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Ben Klock mixes Berghain 04(incl.Martyn’s exclusive Miniluv)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

Berghain resident Ben Klock will compile the fourth instalment of the famed Berlin nightclub’s mix series, which will feature new and exclusive material from Martyn, Rolando and Klock himself.

Klock follows on from André Galluzzi, Marcel Dettmann and Len Faki in mixing a Berghain compilation, which will be released on the club’s in house label Ostgut Ton on June 28. His distinct sound – which combines relentless, industrial beats with a melodic sensibility cultivated in his upbringing as a classically trained musician – has become synonymous with the rise of Berghain to the world’s clubbing Mecca for anyone with a penchant for techno

Those who live within an Easyjet flight of the techno capital should also pencil June 12 into the diary, with Klock set to host the mix launch party on home turf.

The press release, written by German journo/DJ/label boss Gerd Janson, states: “When it comes to Berlin’s Berghain and its myth, we all know the deal by now: techno, concrete, marathon dances. Fact or fiction, Berghain 04 comes in the nick of time. It is impossible to reduce Ben Klock’s musical vision and especially his work as a DJ. Stereotypes and close-minded genre definitions have never been wished-for by the protagonists (Berghain and Klock) anyway and they won’t help you here.

“Klock turns all these ingredients into one long and harmonic blend. Without any sign of hectic or nervous breaks, but not without thrilling moments, peaks or valleys, turning points, Berghain 04 primes its listener for the climax of a long night out: the disappearance of space, time and the outside world. Akin to his album “One”, Ben Klock combines his classic appreciation of music, melody and hidden hook lines with the anonymity of solid machine sounds.

“These comparisons might be drawn with a worn-out pen, just like all the insufficient adjectives used to describe Berghain’s magic, but that is exactly what is achieved here. Ben Klock gets effortlessly and truthfully to the heart of a sound, a feeling and most of all an aesthetic. Berghain techno soul.”


1. 154 – Apricot
2. DVS1 – Pressure (previously unreleased)
3. Junior Boys – Work (Marcel Dettmann Remix) (previously unreleased)
4. Martyn – Miniluv (exclusive)
5. STL – Loop 04
6. Levon Vincent – The Long Life
7. Jonas Kopp – Michigan Lake (exclusive)
8. ACT – RoHd (previously unreleased)
9. Mikhail Breen – Veracity (previously unreleased)
10. DVS1 – Confused (previously unreleased)
11. Rolando – De Cago (previously unreleased)
12. Kevin Gorman – 7am Stepper (exclusive)
13. Ben Klock – Compression Session 1
14. Roman Lindau – Keppra (exclusive)
15. Tyree – Nuthin Wrong
16. The Echologist – Dirt (Ben Klock Edit) (exclusive)
17. James Ruskin – Graphic (exclusive)
18. Ben Klock feat. Elif Biçer – Elfin Flight (previously unreleased)
19. Rolando – Junie (previously unreleased)


Wolf + Lamb new album’Love Someone’ (Wolf + Lamb)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

Wolf + Lamb ‘Love Someone’
Format: Artist Album
Label: Wolf + Lamb
Released: 14th June 2010
Distribution: Word and Sound

An underground movement always strives for innovation and lives on pure creativity – Wolf + Lamb is one such movement and now the partnership that created a flourishing series of labels, events and a growing global community, prepare to release their debut artist album, entitled ‘Love Someone’.

Gadi Mizrahi & Zev Einsenberg are both Brooklyn-born musicians who pride themselves on procuring and presenting some of the finest gourmet music from around the world. Coming together over a decade ago, they strived to experience and conquer a new approach to music. And so was born Wolf + Lamb, a project that refuses to conform, yet inspires a legion of followers.

Since then, many have had their own personal experience of Wolf + Lamb; within their Marcy Hotel in New York; as far away as Nevada Desert for Burning Man festival; and more recently across Europe as the duo took to the road. Their debut artist album, ‘Love Someone’, is a product of this touring, created whilst on the road over the last year. A collection of sometimes obscure, but always engaging dance music productions, cultivating the ultimate statement of who they are, and conveying their own unique musical vision.

The album opens with the atmospheric trails of ‘Just For Now’, made at the Wolf + Lamb NYC base – the Marcy – a derelict setting that influenced the gangster feel of this track. Still keeping the tempo slow is their dubbed out rework of ‘Shoeshine Boogie’. Made at Matt Tolfrey’s studio in London, the rework oozes with the succinct flavours of instrumental hip-hop and characterizes the W+L signature blend of non-conformist dance music. Title track, ‘Love Someone’ begins to heat things up, combining a nice disco oddity sample, cascading melodies and rhythmic low-end bass, all put together in their Marcy studio, a space that doubles as the dancefloor for their infamous parties.

There is a sole collaboration, courtesy of label mate Smirk, who helped produce the jazz medley, ‘Monster Love’, and Dyed Soundorom makes it onto the package with his ‘Wants Your Love’ remix of ‘Want Your Money’. “We met Dyed at Club Der Viz (as the Americans call it!) this summer, and we instantly fell in love with him,” Gadi explains, “His music is pretty bomb, and I have been promoting him as the most consistent DJ amongst our friends. We’re both really happy with his take on the track, he kept it deep!”

The original version of ‘Want Your Money’ was made in the Cityfox Studios in Zurich, flawless closing the project with a sumptuous workout of warbling vocals, shaking snares and contemporary resonance.

Influenced by a solid knowledge of musical history and inspired by an endless enthusiasm, ‘Love Someone’ unites a diverse array of tracks, keeping in mind not only the dancefloor, but the journey to and from it.


2005 saw the opening of Wolf + Lamb Music, the variety label that has become a home for established and rising young talent the likes of Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves, Deniz Kurtel, Nicolas Jaar, No Regular Play & Soul Clap, publishing original music, edits and everything in between. While leaning towards house, the duo and label’s sound encompass nuevo disco, hipster crossover, sex house and strains of country. Since then, it has grown to include three record labels, well over 100 community dances – and counting, a clothing line, a legendary 6 star hotel and club, and, their new line of organic pet food: Woof & Lamme.

Seth Troxler “”Wolf and Lamb is a family, all who dare to be different not by choice but because life imitates art. Musically and ideologically they are looking to give experiences that are fresh and relevant for today and tomorrow. I’m more than proud to be a part of that family, and blessed to call them some of my best friends. The music they have lined up is really pushing boundaries for the context and idea of what is dance/house music, doing so without pretension but with humility and humor. For me the most interesting thing is if the world will get the joke…”

Lee Curtiss “Wolf and Lamb have been changing the face of dance music and late night parties in New York for nearly a decade now, by bringing back emotion, sex and a care free attitude. They’re two of my favorite people in the world, running one of the best labels in the world.”

Nicolas Jaar “Zev and Gadi live in a slow time; breathe low frequencies and exhale warm love.”

Just For now
Mock & Toof – Shoeshine Boogie (Wolf + Lamb Remix)
Love Someone
Want Your Money (Dyed Soundorom Wants Your Love remix)
I Know You’re Leaving
Monster Love
Want Your Money

23.04.10 wolf + lamb tour @ location tbc, detroit, usa
08.05.10 gadi mizrahi @ wolf + lamb experience, london, uk
14.05.10 gadi mizrahi @ wolf + lamb @ arena berlin, de

Look out for future tour dates this summer

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M.I.A – BORN FREE VIDEO OFFICIAL (real and explicit version)

Posted in News with tags on April 26, 2010 by dk

Directed by Romain Gavras
Director of Photography : André Chemetoff
Producer : Mourad Belkeddar – Production Company : El Nino, Paris
Executive Production : Gaetan Rousseau / Paradoxal – Special thanks to Lana & Melissa from The Director’s Bureau

(download)The Black Dog -FACT mix 144

Posted in Electronic, News, Techno with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

April seems to be “legends” month here at FACT – having recently brought you mixes from Greg Wilson and A Guy Called Gerald, today they present a brilliant session from The Black Dog.

One of the UK’s most iconic and inventive electronic acts, The Black Dog was founded by Ken Downie with Ed Handley and Andy Turner. They released several ear-catching 12″s before signing to Warp Records and delivering the Bytes LP in 1993. Over the next couple of years and under various aliases (most notably Balil) the group would, along with Aphex Twin and Autechre, help establish and develop an intense, investigative post-rave “listening music” that drew upon breakbeat, Detroit techno, ambient and classical minimalism, and which lent itself to sombre reflection as much as, if not more than, dancing.

In 1996, Handley and Turner left The Black Dog to form Plaid. Downie remained active but arguably a little rudderless throughout the nineties, releasing the fine solo effort Music for Adverts (And short films) and working with Steve Ash and Ross Knight on other projects; it wasn’t until 2001 that the ‘Dog really barked back into life. Hooking up with Dust Science’s Richard and Martin Dust, Downie’s creative energies began to flow freely once more, resulting in a hail of new records and live performances, including the full-lengths Radio Scarecrow (2008) and Further Vexations (2009). 2007 saw the release (via Soma) of Book of Dogma, an utterly essential “best of” compilation.

Next month comes Music for Real Airports, a brand new album from The Black Dog positioned as a contemporary response to Brian Eno’s seminal but rarely interrogated 1978 ambient work Music For Airports. Going up against Eno in his pomp might seem like a foolhardy pursuit, but Music For Real Airports is a strikingly well-realised and satisfying work, and an ambitious start to the new decade from a group which seems set to innovate and inquire long into the future.

The Black Dog’s FACT mix is comprised entirely of remixes of, or by, the group. Hold tight for the tracklist, and in the meantime, get downloading and listening.

Download: FACT mix 144 – The Black Dog
(Available for three weeks)

Super Commodore Making My Day EP with free Mixes/ Remixes

Posted in News, Promotions with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

Tomorrow is the exclusive Beatport Release of the Ed Banger Crew supported Parisian Artist Super Commodore. “Making My Day” EP, fresh from KIEZ BEATS Records. It will be released worldwide May the 11th. 2010.
Free Downloads Below

Super Commodore is a Parisian DJ and Producer. Getting early into electronic music, he began working the decks as a House DJ. Supported since his EP “Coline” by the Ed Banger Crew, especially Busy P & SebastiAn and BBC Radio 1, just to name a few. He released own Stuff and Remixes for international successful Artists like Fukkk Offf on Place Blanche, Coco Machete & Erase Records and shared the Decks with Philipe de Boyar etc. His style is best described as a mixture of house, electro & breaks. Each Remix had a different approach, from the acidic and heavy bass to vocal techno and French house, as we used to hear back in the late 90’s. Acclaimed for his surprising and up-tempo DJ sets, he’s now working on new tracks and a radio show called “COLORED CITY” that will be soon on air! The “Making My Day” EP, exclusive signed on KIEZ BEATS contains 3 Original Tracks and 3 Remixes. “In A Klub” and “Gayaltedribbs” are more deep and chilli in a typical French Retro House Style of the late 90`. The Track “Making My Day”, a Club Monster for itself gets new Interpretations from Beegood, who still released on Boxon Records, Mr Nô, the “incognito 3rd. Member of Justice” and Relentless. French House rules the world!
DCUP (Sweat It Out!): “Super Commodore is sounding hott!”

EP Tracklist:
1. Making My Day (Original Mix)
2. Making My Day (Beegood Remix)
3. Making My Day (Mr Nô Remix)
4. Making My Day (Relentless Remix) (download free Remix in 320kBit Quality!)
5. In A Klub (Original Mix)
6. Gaysaltedribbs (Original Mix)

As a special Bonus, here you can download the free Promo MashUp of “Making My Day” incl. the great Vocals of Salt N Pepa – Push It…
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(download)Starkey RA.204 podcast

Posted in Dj Mix, Dub Step, Electronic, News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by dk

Philly’s purveyor of “street bass” mixes it up on this week’s RA podcast.

When you think of grime and dubstep, Pennsylvania isn’t one of the the first places that springs to mind, but Paul Geissinger AKA Starkey has been doing his utmost to create his own take on the sound in his home city of Philadelphia. Having been turned on to UK garage while he was studying in London at the start of the millennium, he continued to keep abreast of developments in the scene once he got back to the US. Alongside his Seclusiasis partner Dev79, he helped to promote the first party in the US to feature grime music before launching into the production sphere with singles on Werk, Lo Dubs and Dead Homies.

It wasn’t long before Planet Mu got wind of his energetic and colourful mix of instrumental hip-hop and dubstep, and 2008 saw him gain plenty of exposure with the release of his Ephemeral Exhibits album on the label as well as an appearance on Mary Anne Hobbs’ much discussed Generation Bass showcase.

Published / 26 April 2010
Filesize / 74.66 MB
Length / 01:02:11
Status / Available

(download) Starkey RA.204 podcast

Starkey – 11th Hour – Planet Mu
Kaiser – Polyphonic Pressure
Terror Danjah – Reinforced
Mensah – Acid Dub – HENCH
Spooky – The Devil Within – Oil Gang
Numan – Skull Crusher (Sduk remix) – Slit Jockey
Starkey – Robot Hands
Scratcha DVA – Bullet Dub – Keysound Recordings
Zeno – Test1
Mr. Rogers – Birdbox (Starkey remix) – Innerflight
Starkey – Fourth Dimension – Planet Mu
Stagga – The Park (Draw remix) – Subdepth
Dream McLean – Woo Riddem Freestyle
Gemmy – Da Dodge
Tayo meets Acid Rockers ft. Pupajim – Vampayaa (Starkey remix) – Cool & Deadly
Skinnz & ID – Shimmy – Double Science
Magic Mash – Give Me Some More
Starkey – OK Luv ft. Badness (Eprom’s Alternate Mix) – Planet Mu
Alchemyst – Let the Bass (Grimelock remix) – Stainage
Starkey ft. Anneka – Stars – Planet Mu
Foals – This Orient (Starkey remix) – Transgressive
Drake – Over – Cash Money
Baconhead – Ghetto Buffet – Acroplane
Rod Azlan – Jah Live (Starkey remix) – Scion AV
NastyNasty – Damn Girl
SchlachtofBronx – Ayoba (Knight Riderz remix)
Camp Lo – Luchini (Instrumental) – Profile
Kanji Kinetic – Zombies – Senseless
Halp – Leek – Seclusiasis
Starkey ft. Cerebral Vortex & Buddy Leezle – Club Games – Planet Mu
Swindle – Molly – Planet Mu
Numan – Skull Crusher (Capricorn One remix) – Slit Jockey
Starkey – Numb ft. P-Money – Planet Mu

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