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Autechre Announce New EP ‘L-event’ Out October 29

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on September 16, 2013 by dk


– CD / Digital TRACKLIST                       – Vinyl TRACKLIST 

01_ tac Lacora                                             A1_ tac Lacora

02_ M39 Diffain                                           A2_ M39 Diffain

03_ Osla for n                                               B1_ Osla for n

04_ newbound                                             B2_ newbound



Metronomy – ‘LateNightTales” September 3rd

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on July 30, 2012 by dk

Metronomy cover Jean-Michel Jarre’s ‘Hypnose’

Featuring Outkast to Cat Power, Doctor Octagon to Autechre

Limited edition vinyl version includes CD and cover art print

Acclaimed pop experimentalists Metronomy compile the latest Late Night Tales, the third of 2012 and 29th in the decade long series.

Metronomy, the effective alias of the talented Joseph Mount, have thus far released three albums, starting with the jagged electro manoeuvres of their debut ‘Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe)’, through to their two albums on Because, ‘Nights Out’, where Mount first sang, and last year’s brilliant Mercury-nominated ‘The English Riviera’.

As a pop group, Metronomy are more Four Tet than Fab Four, though with a sense of adventure that would’ve made the Fabs proud. Their outing under the Late Night Tales banner journeys through the inspirations of the bands’ ever moving sound – along with a few surprises.

Mount’s old favourite Autechre is present and correct, but then so are Kate and Anna McGarrigle and the Sun Ra of hip hop Sa-Ra Creative Partners. Joining Sa-Ra on the hip hop front, we’ve got Tweet’s ace ‘Drunk’ from her Hummingbird album alongside OutKast Prototype’, spiced with some Doctor Octagon.

For pure pop, they don’t come more refined than Alan Parson’s Eye In The Sky’, who is buffeted by outbreaks of unsettling weirdness, among them the sadly departed Mick Karn’s supple bass figurines on ‘Weather The Windmill’ or Tonto’s Expanding Head Band – the guys that brought the funk to synthesizers with Stevie Wonder – and ‘Cybernaut’. And just when you think you’ve got it figured, Pete Drake arrives with his 1964 pedal steel novelty hit ‘Forever’. This is a maze rather than a journey.

Naturally enough, there is the Late Night Tales special with a sparkling Metronomy rendition of Jean-Michel Jarre’s Hypnose’. We’ve always had a soft spot for Devon and her cobbled street delights, but seen through the prism of Joseph Mount, it takes on a new hue that makes Brigitte Bardot and that other, lesser, Riviera seem somehow pallid. To paraphrase Buzzcocks: another music in a different riviera.

Label: Late Night Tales
Cat no: ALNCD29
Released: Monday September 3rd, 2012


  1. Outkast – Prototype
  2. Tweet – Drunk
  3. SA-RA Creative Partners – Cosmic Ball
  4. Chick Corea – El Bozo (Part 1)
  5. Dr. Octagon – Blue Flowers
  6. Lonzo & The World Class Wreckin Cru – Cache Vocal
  7. Metronomy – Hypnose (Exclusive Jean Michel Jarre Cover Version)
  8. Alessi Brothers – Seabird
  9. Autechre – Fold4,Wrap5
  10. Mick Karn – Weather The Windmill
  11. The Alan Parsons Project – Eye In The Sky
  12. Geneva Jacuzzi – Love Caboose
  13. The Lone Swordsmen – You Are…
  14. Tonto’s Expanding Head Band – Cybernaut
  15. Pete Drake – Forever
  16. Appaloosa – The Day (We Fell In Love)
  17. Kate & Anna McGarrigle – Complainte Pour Ste Catherine
  18. Herman Dune – Winners Lose
  19. Cat Power – Werewolf
  20. Paul Morley – Lost For Words Pt.4 (Exclusive Spoken Word Piece)


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Actress – R.I.P.

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 1, 2012 by dk

South London producer Darren Cunningham’s new album, R.I.P, underlines Actress’s reputation as one of the most eloquent voices to emerge from the sub-bass nexus of London dance music. His intuitive and original grasp of beats, textures and rhythm puts him on a parallel path to dance music innovators such as Drexciya, T++, Aphex Twin, Autechre, Burial and Basic Channel. Absolutely essential release by one of the most exciting producers of the 21st century.

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Darren Rice -“Akira”(Incl.Anodyne Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 16, 2011 by dk

Darren Rice
Heavy Reel – HVRL003
Beatport Exclusive: 19 May 2011
General Release: 02 Jun 2011

2.Akira (Tom Hades Remix)
3.Akira (Anodyne Remix)

Riding high at number one presently in Dave Clarke‘s chart with his remix of Wilko‘s “Work Ya Body” and garnishing wide support for his recent outings, this next release couldn’t have come at a better time for Darren Rice. The follow up to his previous “M9” release is “Akira“, a three track EP featuring remixes from Tom Hades and Anodyne.

The original, as with the whole EP, gives more than a nod to the real, how it was and how it should be, Techno. It twists and turns it’s way morphing to climax with clever, modulated and machine-like melody changes. Lead along by an ominous, evolving and somewhat other-worldly synth line we’d liken to a Wookiee being castrated. It’s angry and it means business. Chewie beware.

Tom Hades‘ cleverly reinterprets Darren’s original making extensive use of the palette provided. He delivers as only he can, a track which from the offset develops with offshooting stabs, intricately timed delay hits and dollops of Hades’ signature groove sauce splattered generously over the mix like a cheerleader come Monday morning at Charlie Sheen’s.

Rounding off the package we are delighted to have on board Anodyne who delivers a stunning 90’s hardcore, rave-infused remix. Through nostalgia-inducing vocal and synth stabs coupled with sequenced melody programming Anodyne illustrates why he is favoured by many including The Black Dog and Autechre whom recently remixed singles from his “Corrosion” Album which dropped last year on Psychonavigation Records.

Bangin, innit.

EMN : Heavy release,Anodyne remix is our fav. dont miss this one!

Diamond Gloss – Bears

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 6, 2011 by dk

Release Date: January 25, 2011
Bears is the debut album of Gonçalo Pereira, under the alias Diamond Gloss. His sound and melodies incorporate elements of modern classical, electronica, idm, ambient, and post-rock music with live instrumentation.
Pianos, micro-beats, effects-treated guitars, music-boxes, lo-fi strings arrangements and other acoustic instruments such as glockenspiels are the vehicles that shape this carefully produced and layered, non-linear quest. His influences travels among modern composers such as Arvo Pärt and Henryk Górecki, the ambient experiments of Brian Eno or his peers Autechre, Hammock, Sigur Rós, Helios and Múm.
Bears takes the listeners on a journey through landscapes and environments that oscillate between contemplative, tender sometimes mournful symphonic melodies and gleeful, joyful and explosive moments

Track List

1 – I Am Black And Blue All Over
2 – Canadians
3 – Walnut And Trees Tables
4 – Filter Fat Corner
5 – Argyle Square
6 – Glasses
7 – Step Piece
8 – Fawns


Download:FORENSICS FlyRight MIX

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2010 by dk


01 : Don Carlos – Rain all night, Skrewface remix [Unreleased]
02 : Mungo’s Hi-fi – Drunken master ft. Top Cat & Jacky Murda, Tes La Rok remix [Noppa]
03 : Egoless – Overnight dub [Unreleased]
04 : Dubkast – Breadbeat [Dub Related]
05 : SP:MC – Future [Tempa]
06 : Fused Forces & Dj Cable – Yoshimitsu [Triangulum]
07 : SP:MC – Trust nobody [Tempa]
08 : Æon – Eternal exodus [Unreleased]
09 : D1 – Verb [Unreleased]
10 : Idlemode – SMKA [Unreleased]
11 : China~ – Burberrycolour [Unreleased]
12 : Commodo – Querky [Untitled!]
13 : Lost & Hatcha – Easyrider tribute V2 [Promo]
14 : The Bug ft. Killa P & Flowdan – Skeng, Autechre remix [Ninja Tune]
15 : Badness – Ya zee me fam ft. Riko [Lava Unit]

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(download)Glitch Mob -XLR8R podcast 149

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 1, 2010 by dk

Long before the LA beat scene threatened to take over the pages of XLR8R, The Glitch Mob was turning heads with its party-starting and hip-hop-informed take on bass music. Now, on the heels of their debut album, Drink the Sea, Ooah, Boreta, and edIT have moved beyond the confines of their Southern California stomping grounds and taken their low-end rumblings to the masses. Fresh off a massive US tour, the boys put together an exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast, right before they hit the road again for another lengthy run of dates. Much like the group’s live set, the podcast weaves through a number of different styles and artists, all unified by one dominant trait—the presence of an infectious beat.

(download)Glitch Mob XLR8R podcast 149

01 Harold Faltermeyer “Top Gun Anthem (Edit)”
02 Health “Die Slow (Tobacco Remix)” (Lovepump United)
03 Bear In Heaven “Deafening Love (Deru Remix)” (Hometapes)
04 Free The Robots “Turkish Voodoo” (Alpha Pup)
05 Jamie Lidell “Completely Exposed” (Warp)
06 The Very Best “Julia” (Green Owl)
07 Ratatat “Bilar” (XL)
08 Aestop Rock “Big Bang” (Mush)
09 Yeasayer “The Children” (Secretly Canadian)
10 Lorn “Cherry Moon” (Brainfeeder)
11 Janelle Monae “Neon Gumbo” (Bad Boy)
12 Autechre “known(1)” (Warp)
13 Matty G “My 808” (Dub Police)
14 The Dead Weather “Blue Blood Blues” (Third Man)
15 Bibio “Dwrcan (Eskmo Remix)” (Warp)
16 EPROM “Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy”
17 School of Seven Bells “iamundernodisguise” (Ghostly)
18 Alex B “Talk it Out” (Alpha Pup)
19 Yacht “So Post All ‘Em (Ooah edit)” (Marriage)
20 Warpaint “Billie Holliday” (Manimal Vinyl)