Archive for August, 2010
After the impact of the perevious compilations, the UK pioneer STREET SOUNDS label is back with the part 3 of NU ELECTRO in order to introduce the 2010′s post future electro. Keepin’ the respect of the TR-808 & Vocoder religion, each time, this compilation is a good chance to (re)discover new producers & oldtimers…
ELECTRO FUNK :
Fatback 4Way – Watchin’ All the Ladies – 
ELECTRO BASS :
DJ Xed – Electrify – 
More on the STREETSOUNDS website
Today I was chillin’ on the web looking for cool new stuffs to listen and I discovered this fantastic electronic music label : Numbers. So I decided to introduce a new section on our blog : “Focus On”. The purpose of this new section is to talk about labels and artists we like.
Numbers is a Glaswegian collective which have been making their name by putting out cutting edge electronic releases, running club nights that are now legendary, and programming music for events all over the world. Having been instrumental in putting both Hudson Mohawke and Rustie on the musical map, they have been looking beyond Scotland and signing tracks from the US and Europe to their spotless catalogue. From heavy dubstep and electronica influences to pure electro and club killer tracks, their music drives me crazy everytime I put it on my decks. Be sure this is not the last time I write about them.
So no more words, just open your ears and listen !
DEADBOY – If U Want Me
LANDO KAL – Exotic Jesus
LOW LIMIT – Where You Been 7.0
REDINHO – Nuff Prang
KAVSRAVE – Baggage Handler
SRC – Brakedance
More on the NUMBERS Website
N-TER – Still Doin’ It
Taken from the dope “Detroit EP” on Databass – 2009
More on the N-TER website
…On the society. Last week, surfing on some blogs i found two pics having a releateddeep thinking & action :
This one via Plastic Bones
Taken from the upcoming album “Mind Of Metal” on Transient Force – 2010
More on the Transient Force
Massive Dubstep track produced by the UK producer BORGORE. Enjoy !
BORGORE – Nymo
Taken from the “Borgore Ruined Dubstep” EP released on Buygore – 2010