Archive for February, 2012
Classic tune, 10-year-old to be specific… Guess you will be absorbed (again)
Taken from the “Absorbed” vinyl released on Longhaul – 2001
The future bass label CAR CRASH SET has just released the debut album of a mysterious Mexican producer called MEKHA. Actually unknown, he should get by means of his project the full attention of inquiring minds & underground music lovers. Indeed this sublime album entitled « Conscious » represents a large diversity of sounds : dubstep, minimal, electronica, dub, ambient, bass music. All these add some great shades of grey to the MEKHA’s dark production. For as much it’s not so apocalyptic like the introduction track let us think, everyone will find the reminiscence of human feelings floating in that menacing industrial environment. The package contains 9 tracks well produced, 4 original mixes along with 5 remixes signed by DSVE HOSX, KUPA, D.M.R., MHV & The RAGING SEA …and it’s pretty rare to not be mentioned, every remix is a total success giving a more hybrid dynamic to the “straight” originals. As so far, the ‘Conscious’ album is simply the best original soundtrack of this early 2012… Hotly Recommended!
MEKHA – Cortex Feedback
[Release date 02-14-12 - Digital]
More on the CAR CRASH SET website
If you need to escape & to float into the galaxy, the militant scientist PAUL BLACKFORD has always the finest formula, listen his new track about the space probe named “The Voyager 2″ :
PAUL BLACKFORD – Voyager 2
2012 – Unreleased
Forthcoming on TUDOR BEATS
The Voyager 2 spacecraft is a 722-kilogram (1,592 lb) space probe launched by NASA on August 20, 1977 to study the outer Solar System and eventually interstellar space (Actually “The Voyager 2″ is still floating).
More on the PAUL BLACKFORD Soundcloud page
SCANONE – ANDROMEDA Original Mix
2012 – Unreleased
Forthcoming on YELLOW MACHINES
Listen all the remixes by RADIOACTIVEMAN, ADJ, SYNC24, and SYNAPSE on the YELLOW MACHINES soundcloud page
Indeed the list of underground electro producers who did a remix is pretty heavy and their work on this track is great too, check out!
I don’t know if I love this dub sound because it reminds me another one featuring on an epic sequence from a graffiti writing documentary or because it reminds me some personal feelings from real graffiti sessions. But one thing is clear that tune represents well the latency tension happening before the time to act. Yeah, I’m speak about the rush of adrenaline :
KRYPTIC MINDS – Generation Dub
Taken from the awesome “One of Us” album released on Swamp81 – 2010
More on the SWAMP81 website