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Blu Mar Ten announce new album ‘Famous Lost Words’

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 22, 2013 by dk

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‘Famous Lost Words’
(Blu Mar Ten Music)
Release Date: 18th November 2013


After establishing their own label, Blu Mar Ten Music, in 2009 and releasing the critically acclaimed albums ‘Natural History’ (2009) and ‘Love is the Devil’ (2011), winter 2013 sees the arrival of Blu Mar Ten’s highly anticipated new LP, ‘Famous Lost Words’.

Featuring 13 tracks of pure and unapologetic drum & bass, the album inhabits a similar territory to the previous two; full of emotional movements fused with tough beats that reinforce BMT’s position in the genre as originators of complex, atmospheric music.

 Brooding dancefloor destroyers like ‘Ariel’ and ‘Holding Pattern’ deliver rugged basslines and harsh drums, contrasting beautifully with the more fragile and otherworldly soundscapes of title track ‘Famous Lost Words’ and ‘Night Shift’. ‘Big Shots’ and ‘Motor City’ serve up frantic layers of euphoria while ‘Remembered Her Wrong’ wanders off into the bizarrely abstract.
‘Famous Lost Words” 71 minute duration also features an impressive roster of collaborators. ‘Thin Air’ layers the alluring vocals of Robert Manos atop a bed of whirling synths and rolling bass. Multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Agné Genyté injects a dose of soothing lullaby tones into ‘Somewhere’, ‘Break It All Apart’ and ‘In Your Eyes’, while long-time friend and label mate Seba makes an appearance on ‘Hunter’ whose growling bass and Bladerunner synths play to the strengths of both artists.



Accompanying the ‘Famous Lost Words’ project is a set of live dates around Europe. Beginning at pivotal label/club night, Hospitality in Bristol, the mini tour then travels to the likes of Russia, Germany, Ireland, Finland and BMT’s native London.


Track List:
1. Somewhere (feat. Agné Genyté)
2. Hunter (feat. Seba)
3. Big Shots
4. Famous Lost Words
5. Thin Air (feat. Robert Manos & Yosebu)
6. Holding Pattern
7. Break It All Apart (feat. Agné Genyté)
8. Half The Sky
9. Remembered Her Wrong
10. Motor City
11. Night Shift
12. Ariel
13. In your eyes (feat. Agné Genyté)

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Blu Mar Ten – Love Is The Devil (album preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , on October 22, 2011 by dk

Love is the Devil is Blu Mar Ten’s follow-up to the runaway success of previous album, Natural History and showcases another development in the trio’s consistent work at the cutting edge of Drum & Bass, musically, conceptually and technically. From the epic vistas of Into the Light, the intricate musicality of All Thoughts Are Prayers, the brooding darkness of Hollow Men, the sweetness of High Hopes, the shockingly technical Blue Skies and the ethereal Sweet Little Supernova, the album represents two years of solid work and delivers tracks of pure quality from every known corner of the genre and some that have yet to be invented. Love is the Devil is another step in Blu Mar Ten’s mission to stretch Drum & Bass into new forms; sometimes beautiful, sometimes poignant, sometimes aggressive but always lovingly crafted. Love is the Devil features collaborations with a range of talented names from dance music and beyond. Blind Soul: This achingly melodic track features the deft touch of Drum & Bass wunderkind Stray. Whisper: Based on an original track by Dave Randall (Faithless / Slovo), Whisper showcases the vocal skills of dance music legend Kirsty Hawkshaw. The Fourth: A deeply melancholy track featuring brand new US singer / songwriter Jenni Potts. Jenni’s bittersweet delivery brings an unexpected twist to The Fourth’s intricate production. Another Year: Fresh from working on Bonobo’s new album project, Mike Lesirge of London brass trio Killer Horns brings his talents to Another Year in the form of oozing, sultry sax work. Still the One: InsideInfo is renowned for his thundering basslines and pounding drums. Coupling his skills with Blu Mar Ten’s denser orchestration has given birth to Still The One, the first mutant offspring of this unlikely musical hookup. Sweet Little Supernova: Reprising her work on Natural History, Rochelle Parker turns in a sensual and ethereal vocal performance. Into the Light: Having already had his work picked up by Hospital Records, fresh UK talent Airwalker joins Blu Mar Ten to deliver a blistering attack of synths and drumwork on Into the Light, a definitive set-opener for any DJ. High Hopes: Classically trained and with an ear for uplifting orchestration, INtrepid brings the full force of his talent to High Hopes turning in a dense matrix of live instrumentation, from the sax to the xaphoon.

Blu Mar Ten – Love Is The Devil

Release date: 31st Oct 2011

Into The Light (feat. Airwalker)
All Thoughts Are Prayers
Blind Soul (feat. Stray)
Five Summers
High Hopes (feat. INtrepid)
The Beginning
Made In London
The Fourth (feat. Jenni Potts)
Another Year (feat. Mike Lesirge)
Problem Child
Love Is The Devil
Sweet Little Supernova (feat. Rochelle Parker)
Hollow Men
Whisper (feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw)
Blue Skies
Still The One (feat. InsideInfo)
All Or Nothing

Hospitality at Fabric 7th January 2011+Free Blu Mar Ten Mix

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 7, 2010 by dk

About Hospitality 7th January 2011
It’s the first London event for Hospital records held since selling out the 5,000 capacity Brixton Academy back in October. The last fabric event was so large the police were called in to clear the door as there were so many people queueing to get in! The 7th January also marks the first date for Hospital at fabric in 2011, which makes it a very auspicious occasion indeed!

There’s an enormous line up with a Hospital-led Room One for hands-in-the-air business, an eclectic but incredibly on point, genre-blurring line up in Room Two plus a Med School takeover in Room Three taking things on a deep and minimal tip with some very forward thinking acts.

In anticipation of the event download free Blu Mar Ten mix

Blu Mar Ten’s “Med School” mix

To buy tickets for hospitality @ fabric go (here)

Exceptional Records presents… From Disco To Dubstep( Special £1 2CD album) +free downloads

Posted in News, Promotions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 30, 2010 by dk

Various – From Disco To Dubstep
It’s released this week exclusive through iTunes and as a very special 2CD album through discerning retailers, in fancy-pants packaging and for the price of around £1. There are only 250 copies out there though and they’re going fast! It’ll be out in all other stores from 12th July.

Buy at JUNO for £0.84 HERE

Free Download HERE (first four tracks from the album)

Full Tracklisting:

1 Plej Borderline Mock & Toof Remix
2 Oblong Playing On My Mind (feat. Adam Parker) Maelstrom Vocal Mix
3 Plej Safe Place Toby Tobias Dubbindelay Mix
4 Butti 49 Alan Accelerates Fenomenon Mix
5 Cloud Innocence (feat. Lucien Etori) Falconcrest Remix
6 Ken Ishii Awakening Jimpster Remix
7 Cloud Turning AlphaMotive Remix
8 Blu Mar Ten All Over Again (feat. Ernesto) Tom Middleton Mix
9 Superpumas Hiph Olav Basoski Urban Haze Remix
10 Blu Mar Ten Why Me Why Now Cicada Mix
11 The Rogue Element Panic Attacks King Roc Remix
12 Nursery of Naughtiness Electrified The Rogue Element Remix
13 Culprit 1 No Need To Ask Reso’s Resurrection Mix
14 The Rogue Element Hive Raffertie’s S.W.A.R.M. Remix
15 Culprit 1 Screamer Planas Mix
16 Tubbs New Way Of Life Marlinspike Mix

Release Note

After 10 years of exploring the highways and byways of electronic music exceptional records proudly presents a lovingly assembled sonic collection the likes of which you are unlikely to find elsewhere.

 With a heartfelt belief that there is much much more to electronic music than four to the floor and formulaic hands in the air twelves the label has consistently released a determinedly unpredictable selection of artists and mixes carving out a path lying somewhere between mainstream and experimental along the way

 This deliberately wilful approach is neatly encapsulated in “From Disco to Dubstep”  a wide ranging electronic exploration which joins many of the dots in an ever mutating series of scenes. Released as part of the label’s 10th anniversary celebrations, the double-CD release features an eclectic selection of 16 remixes of artists that currently call exceptional home. Touching on disco, lounge, electronica, house, electro, breaks, dubstep and more it throws down a challenge to narrow minded purists daring them to look, listen, and leave their comfort zone behind to explore just some of the possibilities that define electronic music.

 This is a celebration of a series of genres that may perhaps seem quite disparate, yet find common ground thanks to their roots in electronic software. Amongst some of the more familiar names on the tracklisting you can find Mock & Toof’s exuberant, 80’s-tinged deep house remix of Plej’s “Borderline”, typically impressive deep 4/4 action from Jimpster with his remix of “Awakening” by Ken Ishii, Tom Middleton’s up for it remix of “All Over Again” by Blu Mar Ten, the bazooka-bass dubstep of The Rogue Element with his remix of Nursery of Naughtiness’ “Electrified”, Reso and Raffertie trading punches,and Planas’ drastically different electronica restyling of Culprit 1’s “Screamer”. and the soulful dubby rework of Tubbs’ “New Way of Life” by Marlinspike (aka hot property Red Rack’em/Hot Coins ), featuring the chocolatey vocals of Joe Dukie. The whole package is completed with CD 2  providing the many splendoured original versions of the remixes featured on CD 1.

 “From Disco to Dubstep” then – proof positive that all is not lost in the world of compilations, and a sparkling showcase for Exceptional’s eponymous output.
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(download)Blu Mar Ten FABRICLIVE Promo Mix +Exclusive Household Mgmnt Mix

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 6, 2010 by dk

(download) Blu Mar Ten FABRICLIVE Promo Mix

overwhelm: blu mar ten (seba remix)
bare religion: london elektricity (subwave remix)
number gas: stanza
the joy (face to face): seba & kirsty hawkshaw
believe me: blu mar ten (bop remix)
whispered: jayji
a moment in time: y2d
can i be free from crying: bim sherman (underwolves remix)
whispers: mortem
piper: jonny l
dangerous days: seba
pathway: jayji
drumz 95: doc scott
scars: nusense & grimm
resynthesize: method 1
retreat: san:dra
clarendon: breakage
check me out: ed rush

Download Blu Mar Ten – Exclusive Household Mgmnt Mix – April 2010

Nothing Makes Any Sense (Blu Mar Ten remix) – Bop
Human Thinking – Justice & Metro
When She Sleeps – Parhelia
Anxiety – Nusense & Grimm
Fine Print – Airwalker
Song About My Dog (Subwave remix) – Bop
Siberian Drift – Glen E.Ston
Sabotage – Linden
Unexplained – Oceanic State
Particles Moving – Mr Distance
Endless Addition of Zeroes – Dan HabarNam
Turn Up the Music – Camo & Krooked
Hiding Place – Kharm
Basic Substance – Abstract Elements
Rebel Music – Soul Intent
Break Point – Sunchase
Porcelain – ASC
Big Sky – Airwalker