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Download:ENA – Mule Mouth (Extended Version) 7even Recordings

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 29, 2013 by E.N.

ENA - Mule MouthFREE DOWNLOAD: For standard 320mp3 download via the player // For the WAV version head here: http://www.sendspace.com/file/f5nvew
ENA – Bilateral LP is released on @7evenrecordings on Ltd Digipack CD on 17th April 2013.
Tokyo, Japan: 2013. In a city where time and space can easily become uncontrollable factors, the underground electronic music scene has built its own culture and society for more than 30 years. Taking and incorporating influences from all over the world, the creations born from Japan’s underground continue to stay highly unique and maintain a clear sense of being deeply Japanese. ENA has been a multi-instrumentalist artist, studio engineer, DJ and producer for more than a decade now. The author of three acclaimed 12” releases over the past three years on the 7even Recordings imprint, his rare output has always impressed by the uniqueness of his sound and the high level of studio technique in his production. ENA has been tying the old to the new by blending diverse influences such as Dub music, early Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Techno and Abstract Hip Hop. He’s gained support from major players such as Surgeon, Laurent Garnier, A Made Up Sound, Pangaea, Goth-Trad and Peverelist to name but a few.

This first full-length album, “Bilateral”, is a visionary piece of music emerging from the studio of a very unique creator. Uncompromising, the 12 original tracks which compose “Bilateral” are the soundtrack of today’s Tokyo underground, the sound of a city of light and obscurity, stability and disequilibrium, stagnancy and full speed, the past, the present and the future. Press play and enter the world of one of the most creative composers of this generation.

Download:ENA – Mule Mouth (Extended Version) 

Boiler Room announce upcoming dates in London, Paris & Berlin

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2012 by E.N.

Boiler Room have announced new European dates in November and December 2012, with Surgeon, Kerri Chandler, Laurent Garnier and Jamie XX among the names confirmed for broadcasts from Berlin’s Stattbad, The W Hotel in Paris and their East-London home, as well as two shows scheduled to take place at Manchester’s The Warehouse Project.

Starting this week with a London techno special on Tuesday 20th November – featuring solo sets from British Murder Boys members Surgeon and Regis plus a performance by Karenn (aka Blawan & Pariah) – the Boiler Room team will also be returning to Paris for the second of their hotel-set parties on Wednesday 21st November, with an all-star line-up of some of French house & techno’s finest names, including DJ Deep, Ivan Smagghe, Alan Braxe, Cassius and dOP (live).

Further London dates scheduled between now and Christmas incude a live performance by Laurel Halo plus sets from Beats In Space’s Tim Sweeney, house legends Kerri Chandler and Derrick Carter and a Young Turks takeover featuring Jamie XX, while the Boiler Room Berlin sessions continue with Innervisions’ Henrik Schwarz, Prosumer, Soundstream and Elbee Bad on 28th November, and a Groove Magazine-curated date on 12th December.

Upcoming Boiler Room European dates:

20.11.2012: LONDON: Surgeon, Karenn, Regis
21.11.2012: PARIS: Cassius, dOP (live), Ivan Smagghe, Alan Braxe, DJ Deep & guests
22.11.2012: LONDON: Kerri Chandler, further guests tba
27.11.2012: LONDON: Laurel Halo (live), further guests tba
28.11.2012: BERLIN: Henrik Schwarz, Prosumer, Soundstream & Elbee Bad
29.11.2012: LONDON: Tim Sweeney, Young Marco, Land of Light & Sean P
30.11.2012: LONDON: Daytime show with Oni Ayhun, further guests tba

01.12.2012: MANCHESTER: The Warehouse Project/Resident Advisor – line-up tba
02.12.2012: LONDON: Derrick Carter, further guests tba
04.12.2012: LONDON: James Zabiela, further guests tba
05.12.2012: LONDON: Young Turks takeover w/ Jamie XX
06.12.2012: LONDON: Soundway & Huntley & Palmers – line-up tba
11.12.2012: LONDON: Karen Gwyer, further guests tba
12.12.2012: BERLIN: Groove Magazine takeover – line-up tba
16.12.2012: MANCHESTER: The Warehouse Project w/ Laurent Garnier, further guests tba
17.12.2012: LONDON: Red Stripe Make Session – line-up tba

Addison Groove “Beeps” (50WEAPONSCD06) (preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 30, 2012 by E.N.

Addison Groove “Bad Things” (50WEAPONSCD06) – Out on March 30

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2012 by E.N.


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Addison Groove “Sooperlooper”(Preview)Out March 30

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 15, 2012 by E.N.

Addison Groove (aka Antony Williams) started life under a different pseudonym altogether. Recording as Headhunter, with an LP and 12” releases on the influential Tempa label stretching back to 2007, he achieved legendary status within the dubstep scene. His work at the deeper end of the spectrum graced the label an impressive 7 times, a figure matched only by Skream. This work looked set to continue until 2010 when, seemingly out of nowhere, he crafted one of the biggest bass music tracks of the decade, ‘Footcrab’, under the new name of Addison Groove.

The response to ‘Footcrab’ was phenomenal, receiving critical and commercial success in equal measure across the dance music scene. Getting plays not only from the dubstep DJs that Williams was used to reaching, it also found its way into the record boxes of techno and house heavyweights such as Aphex Twin, Surgeon, Ricardo Villalobos and Mr Scruff, bringing an enormous new audience to his music in the process. Taking influences from the Chicago ghetto tek and juke scenes, Addison Groove’s impact on UK bass music has been colossal and unprecedented, sparking a huge interest in these styles from his peers and the listening public alike.

Transistor Rhythm“, Addison Groove’s debut album, is a rare example of a release where the description “much anticipated” is not just a fantasy of some PR agent. The expectations are high, but we are convinced nobody is gonna be disappointed. Hear for yourself!

Stefan Goldmann & Finn Johannsen presents “Macrospective”

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 3, 2011 by E.N.

Two DJs, one tracklist – an innovative double DJ mix concept by the founders of Macro Recordings.

Featuring tracks and remixes by Elektro Guzzi, Peter Kruder, Stefan Goldmann, Patrick Cowley, Raudive, Ricardo Villalobos, KiNK, Pépé Bradock, Oni Ayhun + more

Stefan Goldmann & Finn Johannsen
“Macrospective”
Macro Recordings
September 12, 2011

CD1 DJ mixed by Finn Johannsen
CD2 DJ mixed by Stefan Goldmann

Named the “the leading avant-garde techno label” in the world by De:Bug Magazine, Macro celebrates it’s fifth anniversary with the stunning two-disc “Macrospective” compilation.

Two DJs, one tracklist. Probably for the first time in the history of dance music a release focuses on extracting the pure sound signature of the DJ. When the tracks to choose from are limited to one playlist, the sequencing decisions and mix styles of the DJs reveal their individualities as well as the different possibilities the music allows when formed into one continuous stream. “Macrospective” is the first conceptual double mix offering a one on one comparison of the art of DJing with two masters of the craft – Macro founders Stefan Goldmann & Finn Johannsen. But you’ll also love it for being a comprehensive retrospective of one of the most intriguing contemporary label catalogues in electronic music.

The two mixes highlight key works of the label (including poll winners The Maze, Law Of Return, Arcade & Lunatic Fringe), bringing out the versatility and individuality of each track. Great music allows for more than a single interpretation. Who could better suggest one than the A&Rs behind Macro and the resident DJs at the label’s residency at Berlin’s legendary Berghain club?

Finn Johannsen’s mix is a one-take live journey through build-ups, peaks and comedowns, but also detours, distractions and surprises. Stefan Goldmann’s alternative take is a carefully constructed “architectural” mix, locking specific turning points of the tracks to form an 80 minutes dramatic composition of Macro’s essence. By the way, both DJ mixes are vinyl mixes. In an era of dull mp3s, the aesthetics of Macro’s carefully cut record releases are the basis for this double album.

Accompanying the CD release is a Beatport exclusive unmixed compilation of Macro tracks entitled “Macrospective – Vinylism.” This companion release offers digital downloads of tracks transferred from vinyl with the aim of offering versions with a true “vinyl effect.” This will enable digital DJs to get the same sound as vinyl DJs.

About Stefan Goldmann & Finn Johannsen:
Stefan Goldmann has not only produced some of the most significant tracks of the last five years (The Maze, Sleepy Hollow, Art of Sorrow), but also delivered a string of delicately conceptual works, ranging from a “minimally invasive” edit of Igor Stravinsky to a “change all” remix for Fennesz. Going beyond the known and established has become his operating principle. Often his works split critics down the middle – the distortion excess of “The Maze” or the Japanese bent of “Arcade remix” were met with accolades on one side and harsh criticism on the other. Nevertheless, the more heat a track received, the more devastation it caused on the dancefloors of the world’s leading clubs and festivals.

Finn Johannsen is a DJ since the 80s, and over the years he played numerous national and
international gigs. He is a sought-after mainstay of Berlin’s vibrant club scene and beyond and his widely acclaimed mixes and radio shows are all over the web. Finn Johannsen also gained high profile as a music journalist with highly regarded writings for De:bug and Groove Magazines, Resident Advisor and several other print and web media publications. He also works for the legendary Hard Wax store.

Tracklisting
CD1: Finn Johannsen
1. Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras: I Remember °
2. Stefan Goldmann: Massenbach °
3. Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras: Soon – KiNK Remix*
4. Raudive: Paper °
5. Stefan Goldmann: Beluga °
6. Raudive: Brittle °
7. Slap: Eden Now – Ricardo Villalobos Mix*
8. Stefan Goldmann: Lunatic Fringe
9. Peter Kruder: Law Of Return
10. Tuomi: Expense Of Spirit
11. Santiago Salazar: Arcade*
12. Elektro Guzzi: Android °
13. Namlook: Subharmonic Atoms – Pépé Bradock Remix
14. Stefan Goldmann: Prefecture °
15. Patrick Cowley: Memory Fails Me – Oni Ayhun Remix*
16. Stefan Goldmann: The Maze – Part 3*

CD2: Stefan Goldmann
1. Stefan Goldmann: Massenbach °
2. Namlook: Subharmonic Atoms °
3. Stefan Goldmann: Prefecture °
4. Peter Kruder: Law Of Return
5. Slap: Eden Now – Ricardo Villalobos Mix*
6. Stefan Goldmann: Lunatic Fringe
7. Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras: Soon – KiNK Remix*
8. Raudive: Paper °
9. Tuomi: Expense Of Spirit
10. Patrick Cowley: Memory Fails Me – Oni Ayhun Remix*
11. Santiago Salazar: Arcade – Stefan Goldmann Mix
12. Elektro Guzzi: Android °
13. Raudive: Brittle °
14. Stefan Goldmann: The Maze – Part 1*
15. Stefan Goldmann: Beluga °
16. Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras: I Remember °

* tracks appear for the first time on CD – DJ mix exclusive for “Macrospective”
° tracks appear for the first time on a mix CD – DJ mix exclusive for “Macrospective”

The other tracks have appeared on mix CDs by:
Agoria (At The Controls), Dixon (Temporary Secretary), X-Press2 (Coast2Coast), John Tejada (Fabric), Alex Neri (Il Muretto), Claudio Coccoluto (Sony – I Music Selection), Pepe Bradock (BBE) and others.

Unmixed compilations:
Mutek 2011, Groove & Gonzo Circus Mags covermounts.

“Lunatic Fringe” was synched to “The Sky Underground”, directed by Katherine Lo.

Podcasts and radio mix inclusions by Modeselektor (@ BBC1 Mary Anne Hobbs), Surgeon, Anja Schneider, Magda, Pete Tong, Ben Watt, Laurent Garnier, Fedde Le Grand and many others.

Download : BNJMN -Flash Flood

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 12, 2011 by E.N.

As you already know from HERE,Svetlana Industries will release tomorrow brand new ep from BNJMN,to get you in the mood,we have a bonus track,some fresh Flash Flood for you as a free download,Eat Now HERE
Dont miss EP from BNJMN ,incl.remixes from Lukid and Kelpe
Listen/More HERE

Preorder HERE

SVET004: 141 by BNJMN (preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 27, 2011 by E.N.

The Belgrade, Serbia based label Svetlana Industries today announced it will release it’s fourth recording on 13th June.

The record comes from BNJMN, the techno alias of enigmatic British producer Ben Thomas. As Jackhigh he released an astonishing collaboration Tropics EP with Teebs on Svetlana last year, attracting praise from figures as diverse as Hudson Mohawke and Falty DL. He followed that up with a totally different but equally acclaimed album as BNJMN for cult Dutch label Rush Hour earlier this year, which won him a new audience in techno circles, with plays and pladits from figures such as Benji B, Surgeon and Laurent Garnier.

The EP boasts four original tracks that build on BNJMN’s organic techno sound and take it in a new direction, absorbing influences from 2step and garage and the bass production of Burial, and combining it with very Detroit and Drexciyan aquatic sounds, all with Ben’s distinctive nostalgic melodies, filtered through a misty lo-fi haze.
These tracks are complemented by two remixes: Lukid’s extraordinary remix has been described as “looking out of a café window through the rain to an empty beach”, while Kelpe’s remix reveals a new aggressive edge and deep sense of foreboding to his sound.

There’s also a stunning video to accompany the Lukid remix of One Sea produced by new Svetlana signing Devon Hansen. The piece works as much as a piece of modern art as it does a promo, and a public screening is planned.

BNJMN – One Sea (Lukid Remix)

    FORTHCOMING ON SVETLANASVET005: NIGHTWAVE – THE FEEL EP (Vinyl 27th June 2011, Digital 11th July 2011)
    SVET006: POLYKLINIK – + EP
    SVET007: 1000NAMES – MACHINE CITY EPSVET008: BREY – BREY

    http://www.svetlanaindustries.com/

Surgeon -Fabric 53

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 17, 2010 by E.N.

Surgeon has been selected to mix the next edition of the London club’s flagship mix series.

The techno stalwart has been at the forefront of dance music’s technological shift to a more digital style of DJing, utilising Ableton Live to edit and layer his selections as well as rapidly moving from track to track. It’ll be his first official mix CD since 2007′s limited edition This Is For You Shits compilation on Warp, and those familiar with Child’s booming and energetic sets will be glad to know that Fabric 53 follows much the same formula. Don’t expect to hear strictly purist techno on the mix, however, as he’s managed to fit in plenty of tracks from the dubstep sphere courtesy of Scuba, Starkey, Greena, Gatekeeper, plus some house and electro from Russ Gabriel and DJ Overdose.

Speaking about the mix, Child has commented that: “This is the music that I am enjoying and I feel it represents me; and on the other side, there were some newer or lesser known artists that I really wanted to represent. It’s about making people aware of different genres, to show the likeness. It’s taking T-Polar, Subeena, Ital Tek, Ancient Methods – and putting that next to Orphx, DJ Overdose and Russ Gabriel, and mixing them all up together. It’s kind of strange looking at the tracklist, but for me it’s very natural the way these things fit together. And really, to me, this is all techno. That’s the way I think of it; I don’t subdivide genres, the beats are just slightly different places in the bar. They all have different feels and textures, but I don’t differentiate, I just like all this music so I want to mix it together.”

Tracklist
01. Location recording from Kuramae Subway Station, Tokyo, Japan
02. Scuba – Glance
03. Surgeon – Bad Hands (Drums Only)
04. Marco Bernardi – Giro (Exium Remix)
05. Instra:mental – Forbidden
06. Forward Strategy Group – Applied Generics A
07. Reeko – Agile Movement
08. Surgeon – Bad Hands Part 2 (Drums Only)
09. Robert Hood – Superman
10. Planetary Assault Systems – X Speaks To X (Al Tourettes & Appleblim Remix)
11. Ritzi Lee – Black Star Ritual (Ben Sims Remix)
12. T-Polar – Crab People
13. Ital Tek – Spectrum Falls
14. Surgeon – Klonk Part 1 (Drums Only)
15. Subeena – Picture
16. Fran Hartnett – It Was Written In Vapour
17. Mark Broom & James Ruskin – Hostage
18. Stephen Brown – Stress Free
19. Ancient Methods – AM04B1
20. Surgeon – Compliance Momentum
21. Greena – Tenzado
22. Starkey – Spacecraft
23. Starkey feat. Anneka – Stars (Slugabed Did A Remix)

24. Cari Lekebusch – Spindizzy (Luke Slater’s L.B. Dub Corp Remix)
25. Surgeon – The Crawling Frog Is Torn and Smiles
26. Orphx – Threshold (Substance Remix)
27. Gatekeeper – Blip
28. Mark Broom & James Ruskin – No Time Soon
29. Russ Gabriel – El Juan
30. DJ Overdose – What

Fabric Records will release Fabric 53: Surgeon on July 12th, 2010.(RA)

Wax Treatment Podcast #009 – Surgeon

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2010 by E.N.

Download Wax  Treatment Podcast #009 – Surgeon

16.04.10 – Tracklist:

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