Tag: 2010

SPACEY Tune by 214

Posted by on 11/18/2010 | Category : Future Garage - UKG / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

A great Garage track produced by TWOFOURTEEN
214Tork Shuffle

Taken from “Short Stack” E.P on Car Crash Set – 2010

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Focus on ROBERT DEL NAJA ‘s Artworks

Posted by on 11/12/2010 | Category : // Visual Art / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

ROBERT DEL NAJA aka 3D, member of MASSIVE ATTACK has just opened a new blog focused on his artworks. 3D started to make graffiti writing in 80’s before evolving to the music along The Wild Bunch sound system from Bristol.
ROBERT DEL NAJA made many paintings for his TRIP-HOP band and also for free expression. Much Respect for this fuckin’ talented artist! This is a short selection of his art production, very committed as usual :

click on the pictures to visit the ROBERT’s blog



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SPACEY Tune by SCAPE ONE

Posted by on 11/09/2010 | Category : Electro / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

unknown galaxy

GLOBAL SURVEYOR feat K1 & GAB GATOGlobal Surveyor Remixed by SCAPE ONE

Taken from the great “Global Surveyor Remixes” compilation released on Dominance Electricity in september – 2010

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MICRO.CONTROL.UNIT

Posted by on 10/20/2010 | Category : Electro Bass / Breaks - EBM / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

MCU - MICROCONTROLUNIT - Belgian - Electro Bass - Breaks producerThe debut E.P of the new Belgium-based producer named MicroControlUnit aka MCU [Belgium] releases this week on Intellegenix. It’s an occasion to listen his awesome live set produced for TechnoBass website the music oriented dark electro bass & electro breaks and really promising. Keep an ears on this new comer :

MICRO.CONTROL.UNIT LiveApril 2010

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« SCRATCHING THE SURFACE » Performance by VHILS

Posted by on 10/20/2010 | Category : // Visual Art / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

I remember 7 months ago, some great ex-team-mates very drunk during their own fancy exhibition said while laughing about me “…So Still using aerosols on the walls!?”.
They claimed “On our next wall, we’ll come with the jackhammer and we’ll destroy the surface. The-aerosol-cans-are-DEAD!” (Amen)
Although they joked about the graffiti culture, our friends, me, and about…themself, in a way, I like their punky concept but….Despite I really like to break the rules too, sometimes things, concept are like they have to be in order keep a minimum sense.. To not kill their funny mood, I answered in my mind “If you take off all the water out of the pool, don’t be surprised by crashing your face on the floor when you ‘ll plunge into”. I Hope everyone understands my point of view…

So, finaly an other anonymous graffiti writer made a smart compromise (and became the precursor), Keep your eyes opened, it’s shining:

VHILS - Graffiti writer - Street artist

Scratching the Surface
By ALEXANDRE FERATO aka VHILS Portugal – 2009
[Camera/Edition : Pedro Patrocinio]

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