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Tectonic Plates Volume 3 (Tectonic)19th March 2012

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2012 by E.N.

Release date: 19th March 2012
Format: LP / CD / Digital
The mighty Tectonic Recordings drop the latest in their esteemed Plates series, compiling exclusive tracks from a selection of electronic music’s leading and breaking artists. Since starting low frequency operations in 2005, Bristol’s Tectonic Recordings has been a landmark for dubstep, bass and progressive electronic music fans; with artists releasing on the label including Skream, Loefah, 2562, Peveralist, RSD, Flying Lotus, Joker, Addison Groove, Jack Sparrow, Photek, Benga, Digital Mystikz and label boss Pinch.

Tracklisting: 

1. Kryptic Minds – ‘The Talisman’
2. Addison Groove – ‘Phantom’
3. Tunnidge – ‘Universal’
4. Pinch – ‘Blow Out The Candle’
5. Goth Trad – ‘Mach’
6. Clue Kid – ‘Evolution’
7. Roska – ‘480 BC’
8. Monky – ‘Float’
9. Ginz – ‘Chrome’
10. OM Unit – ‘Preshah’
11. Kevin McPhee – ‘Outs’
12. Illum Sphere – ‘Promise A Secret’
13. 2562 – ‘Rogue State’

http://tectonicrecordings.com/

(download)Skream -Freeizm Vol. 2

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on July 8, 2010 by E.N.


Free Skream tracks
(download)Skream -Freeizm Vol. 2
Skream – Dark Light
Skream – Arola
Skream – Disturbin Toyz
Skream – Sine-Us
Loefah – Indian Dub (Skream remix)

Ramadanman – Glut / Tempest (HEK008) – Hemlock Recordings (Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 25, 2010 by E.N.


Released on 12″ Vinyl on 3rd May 2010.
Following the critically acclaimed EP on his own Hessle Audio imprint David Kennedy a.k.a Ramadanman touches down on Hemlock in equally ground breaking style. a. Glut sees Ramadanman strike out with a new palette of unexplored influences. Ghosts of 80s electro, ghetto-tech and jungle are delivered with booming 808s subs ensuring maximum vibration in the dance. aa. Tempest has become a tribal rave anthem, furiously smashing out hypnotic drums and sirens that ride upon elephantine sub bass. Arguably Ramadanmans most relentless and enchanting work to date. Both tunes getting big support from Loefah, Ben UFO, Joe Nice , Gilles Peterson, Rob Da Bank, Mary Anne Hobbs

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