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Arches ‘There’s A Place’ (Stream)debut single!

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2014 by dk

Arches 'There's A Place' - STREAM debut single!
Having burst onto the scene with 2013’s pumping rework of Whitney Houston’s classic ‘It’s Okay’, Arches return in 2014 with their debut single ‘There’s A Place’, which is out 7th April via Columbia.

Fusing a forward thinking electronic sound with their love for old school house, Arches is Seba (Moonlight Matters) and Jochen (Sound of Stereo). Hailing from Belgium, the duo take inspiration from ‘New Beat’, a genre of dance music that was popularised throughout the late 80’s and originated from their homeland. ‘There’s A Place’ is an absorbing fusion of genres comprising an electronic soundscape built to shake dancefloors.

Arches live set-up includes the honey-coated vocals of Gustaph (Hercules And The Love Affair), who features on ‘There’s A Place’s’ B-side, ‘Move On’, a driving club anthem complete with euphoric drops and grooving bass melodies. Throw in remixes from Sinden and Russ Chimes and ‘There’s A Place’ is set to be an enthralling debut from newcomers Arches.

Alex D££mnds – Credentials EP (Switched On Records)(preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 22, 2012 by dk

Artist: Alex D££mnds
Title: Credentials EP
Label: Switched On Records
Release Date: 30th April 2012
Format: Digital
Catalogue No: SOR001


1. Credentials
2. Pressure (D££mnds Olympus Mix)
3. Baidin’

The credentials EP sees new beginnings for both the artist and label involved. Switched On Records is a new project from S.E.F, formerly one half of Deep Teknologi Records, who has set his sights firmly on the Housier ends of things and introduces the relatively unknown London-based producer Alex D££mnds.

D££mnds pulls no punches with his first offering and lead track ‘Credentials’ is a dancefloor burner that has already been garnering support from MartynSinden, Scratcha DVA, Altered Natives and Rinse FM’s MA1. In what can only be described as Deep house with urgency the title track is propelled by intertwining synths that are set to hypnotise the dancefloor and enthrall the DJ. Ebbing and flowing through a see of filters and and intermittent percussion the track is a boisterous take on House and the mammoth drop halfway through gives the track an extra dimension.

‘Pressure’ is an effort that is full of tension with is dark overtones and eerie melody is a definite grower with its subtle hi-hat arrangement that gives the track an abundance of swing and groove. The EP concludes with the most laid back effort of the three, ‘Baidin’. Fusing quirky key stabs with an almost muffled drum loop the track slowly unravels into a spaced out lullaby that floats into dreamy territory with extensive use of delay. Whilst it’s melancholic natures is what appeals the most it still manages to refrain from being too polite or conservative and is a warming end to the EP.



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JTRP- Hypnotise EP on Deep Teknologi(preview+download Fact and Muskial mixes)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 1, 2011 by dk

Artist: JTRP
Title: Hypnotise EP
Label: Deep Teknologi Records
Release Date: 1st August 2011
Format: Digital

The German duo of JTRP return to the Deep Teknologi imprint with the hugely anticipated Hynotise EP which sees the duo progress into much darker territory with their 130 BPM output.

Lead track ‘Hypnotise’ is a stripped-back affair with an acid bassline that’s reminiscent of early 00’s grime with its sublow tendencies.

But their sophomore release really starts to take shape when the AA Side ‘Ceddybu’ comes into play with its tense 2 minute build-up that drops into an explosive off kilter synth workout. With crispy drum programming in abundance here this one is sure throw any dancer off their 2-step momentarily but once that drop comes in it all makes sense.

Rounding things off the atmospheric ‘Shady’ probably lays claim to be the deeper of the three tracks with it’s submerged bassline and synth combo which gradually builds up a a plethora of dramatic tension.

Already garnering support from Fact Magazine and earning the Money Shot accolade in DJ Mag as well as love from Mary Anne Hobbs, Sinden, Hannah Holland and Chrissy Murderbot, Hypnotise is set to do cement JTRP in the UK bass music scene and propel their evolution into future mainstays.

For a taster of the JTRP sound then look no further than their recent Fact Mix.
RJD2 – 1976 (DefJux)
Anthony “Shake” Shakir – Assimilated (FaltyDL Remix) (Rush Hour)
Hackman – Vancouver (CDR)
Jorge Takei – You (CDR)
JTRP x 50 Cent – In Da Moon (CDR)
Canblaster – TK (Dark Mix) (CDR)
JTRP – Ceddybu (Deep Teknologi)
Rod Lee – Count Down (Club Kings)
Wachs Lyrical – I Feel Alright Now (Wicked Bass)
WinWin – Interleave (Kingdom Remix)
Addison Groove – Its Got Me (3024)
Koreless – 4D (Pictures)
Hyetal – Diamond Islands (Black Acre)
Dubbel Dutch – DARQ (CDR)
Brenmar – I’m So High (Grizzly)
JTRP – Shady (Deep Teknologi)
Mr. Tweaks – Elevator (Pelican Fly)
Stimming – Trashcan (Diynamic)
Elkat & Moleskin – Hurt (CDR)
Boddika – Underground (Swamp 81)
JTRP – Dungeons VIP (CDR)
Jacques Greene – The Look (Koreless Remix) (Lucky Me)
Unknown – Sicko Cell (Swamp 81)
Lil Silva – Cheese & Bun (Good Years)
Walton – Mangled Riddim (Wicked Bass)
JTRP – Untitled (CDR)

Download J.Bevin 6.45 Mix


1.T.Williams – Saw Tooth
2.Karizma – Twisted
3.J.Bevin – Night Moves
4.Maya Jane Coles – What They Say (Remix)
5.The Martinez Brothers – Isshh
6.Kerri Chandler – Cow Bell
7.Ray Foxx – The Trumpeter
8.Loco Dice- La Esquina
9.Dominik Eulberg – Teddy Tausendod
10.J.Bevin – Yep!
11.Ultra Nate – Loves The Only Drug
12.T.Williams – No Ties

Dubbel Dutch 12″ DROPS TODAY +Free download

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 12, 2011 by dk

Marc Glasser AKA Dubbel Dutch throws down two original tracks and some of the illest RnB refixs we’ve heard in forever on DA-011, a limited white label 12″. Pulling from synth heavy house and late 90’s golden era UK R’n’Garage, these blistering bangers are PURE LIGHT. Check “Fem Pressure” and DD’s remix of Kell’s “Be My #2” to see just how future his sound is. Released in collaboration with Dave Quam’s Free Bass label. Already getting his tracks dropped by NguzuNguzu, Girl Unit, Bok Bok, Untold, and Sinden. Dubbel Dutch doesn’t play. VINYL YOU CAN TOUCH
FACT MAG SAYS: “the most realised embodiment of Dutch’s wide-reaching, net-digging aesthetic to date”


Brand New Video For Don Rimini – “Whatever”

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

BSTV Premiere: Don Rimini / “Whatever”
Track pulled from Don Rimini’s newest EP “Nlarge Your Parties”

Mental Groove
Out now digitally and on 12” vinyl
01. “Nlarge Your Intro”
02. “Whatever”
03. “G.O.O.D.”
04. “All About”
05. “Riminology”
06. “Nlarge Your Outro – Takes Out

Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival Announces 2010 Dates, Lineup, and More

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 17, 2010 by dk

 Featuring Performances From Sinden, Kid Sister, Penguin Prison, Treasure Fingers, Javelin, Tittsworth, Cubic Zirconia & Dozens More

Spanning Three Stages On December 18th
At Music Hall of Williamsburg & Public Assembly
“Everyone just lost their sh*t. Everyone just let go. Everyone was just together.”- Rolling Stone

In the past two years, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) has hosted over 3000 attendees, partnered with permiere music and media brands and brought countless local artists to the stage.  On December 18th 2010, BEMF is pleased to announce their third installment of this celebration of New York’s leading role in electronic music.
This year also marks a growth in calliber of performers by featuing headliners such as Sinden, Kid Sister, Penguin Prison, Treasure Fingers, Javelin, Tittsworth, Cubic Zirconia and dozens more spanning eight hours of music including live dance bands, live PA and DJ sets! Full line-up is listed below and BEMF will be adding more talent daily so keep checking back to for new additions. 
Pulling from their exponential success in the previous two years, the festival has expanded to two new venues and three stages, taking over the notable music venues Music Hall of Williamsburg and Pubic Assembly on North 6th street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The event is 18+ and you can purchase super limited advance tickets here for only $25.
Celebrating NYC’s electronic music landscape with emerging and established bands, DJ’s, and producers from the Boroughs and beyond, BEMF will bring together New York’s successful veterans and up-and-coming talent, on the same stage, to the same audience, on the same night to the same deovted fans.
On top of the notable growth in capacity and caliber in talent, BEMF boasts incredible partnership opportunities including an open bar and VIP drinking package from PBR, a pop up shop with specialty items as well as merch from the bands, a photo booth with printed take away photos and a VIP meet and greet artist lounge where fans can get to know the community of the larger than life artists that grew out of their community and Djs next door alike.
BEMF is truly the centerpoint of a community of music makers and fans to celebrate their impact on the larger community and support for the dance movement throughout the world.
BEMF is the passion project of Brooklyn based power promoter Famous Friends and experiential agency MeanRed. Combined, they pride themselves in a direct dialouge with 100,000+ lovers and learners of electronic music. This isn’t just a one -off for them… they are creating marketing platforms, and bridgeing their partners and fans to the best in electronic music 365 days a year. BEMF is the quintiseential platform for all the sub genres, compunents, and and people who come together to power the movement of dance music.
Initial Lineup:
Kid Sister
Treasure Fingers
Penguin Prison
French Horn Rebellion
Falty DL
Class Actress
oOoOOo (dj set)
Body Language
Cubic Zirconia
Dave P (FIXED)
Michna (dj set)
Star Eyes
Blu Jemz
Free Magic

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Brackles & Shortstuff feat. Terrible Shock – Good Foundations 12″ Vinyl (BLR005)(preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 12, 2010 by dk

 Blunted Robots have done another record. If we say it’s Future Garage, will you like it more? DJs showing love include Sinden, Mr Scruff, Jackmaster, Rob Da Bank, Hot Chip, Roska, and Toddla T.

a1 Brackles & Shortstuff feat. Terrible Shock – Good Foundations
a2 Brackles & Shortstuff feat. Terrible Shock – Good Foundations (Instrumental)
b1 Brackles & Shortstuff feat. Terrible Shock – Good Foundations (Doc Daneeka Remix)
b2 Brackles & Shortstuff feat. Terrible Shock – Good Foundations (Accapella)

Listen to sample of Good Foundations