Archive for October, 2010
It’s just one this obscure records we just happy to have.
This nice groovy is the first track from their self-titled “Ridin High” LP.(She Records-1973)
By the way it’s arranged by the Ohio Players.
Faze-0 – Ridin High
ROID is a talented graffiti writer from UK [Bristol] who is definetly inspired by the Sci-fi aesthetics and who likes the post future music. ROID is come with a new aproach in the graffiti game mixing a cosmic environment, some retro graphic designs and simple letters (like those one on the trains). All that are highlighted by a smart using of the fluo colors. In fact, It’s a Back to the future graffiti like FUTURA 2000 had intoduced in its time.
Currently, many graffiti activists copy his style but they don’t know which deep alternative cultures are hidden behind his production.
Welcome in the asteROID galaxy :
Walls by by ROID [UK - Heavy Artillery & Msk] 2008 – 2010
More productions on the ROID FlickR page
As his usual, DVS NME [Colorado] has produced a mix of highest quality on Ilegal Connection. Every friday night since 6 months, DVS NME hosts the Dark Science Electro show dedicated to the robotic music (dark electro, electro-bass, nu-electro, electro-core…). The October 8th 2010, it was his last show on this web radio station. We hope DVS NME will be come back in a next future along with a new show or some mixes because we love his selections.
Take time to listen :
DVS NME presents : Dark Science Electro 10-08-2001 [70 min]
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Back in the Days with a classic Disco to change:
YARBROUGH & PEOPLES – Don’t Stop the Music
Taken from the “Don’t Stop The Music / You’re My Song” 12″ released on Mercury – 1980
The new E.P of MicroControlUnit aka MCU [Belgium] is released this week on Intellegenix. This E.P called “Next Generation” features 6 electro tracks. A good trip between electro funk & electro bass with a nice Sci-fi & ambient touch :
MCU – Major Malfunction (Original Version)
More on the MICROCONTROLUNIT Soundcloud page
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