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New release on TUDOR BEATS : SOUNDEX PHONETIC « Self Construction » EP

Posted by on 12/18/2012 | Category : Album-EP Reviews / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

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The prolific Glasgow-based producer SOUNDEX PHONETIC continues his route after releasing on underground electro labels such as Militant Science, Pomelo and Transient Force, here he’s with a new material on Tudor Beats. This 6-Track ep entitled « Self Construction » is a killer project, rather raw but really intense according to its accelerated beats straight up inspired by the Detroit productions. More sharp & better organized than his last albums, this EP distills some pure & trippy productions highlighting the SOUNDEX PHONETIC’s abilities. A special mention to the heavy tune titled ‘Cipher’ which is perfect for Hi-Tek dancefloors! …Recommended!

SOUNDEX PHONETICCipher

[Release Date 11-19-12 – Digital – CD]

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« THE ELECTRO COMPENDIUM » Compilation featuring 116 electronic tracks [ Free Download ]

Posted by on 09/28/2012 | Category : Album-EP Reviews / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

Coming from ‘nowhere’, the free compilation entitled « THE ELECTRO COMPENDIUM » did in 3 weeks & still doing a well deserved buzz, broadcasting the robotic music beyond its regular media exposure. Indeed, this attractive project has got the singularity to feature 116 tracks (Yep 116!) representing more than a quarter of the finest producers from the entire underground Electro niche reunited in order to say : the original electronica music is still here in 2012! (In a way, it will probably remind to the large audience what is behind the original name of Electro : Electro Bass, Electro Breaks, Electronica, Idm, Ambient, Hi-Tek…) This appreciated non-profit initiative is signed by the electro band VOLSOC. The entire listening in one-shot is of course not easy according to the 12 hours of music however the quality is maintained all the way. In addition, THE ELECTRO COMPENDIUM’s tracklist in its solid diversity could remind you the quality provided during the SATAMILE Records’ era! Everyone will easily make his own selection into these 116 tracks. THE ELECTRO COMPENDIUM is a real positive pace for electronica music. Recommended!

V.AElectro Compendium – Compilation

Here’s a short & non exhaustive list of producers involved on this compilation :
JUSTIN MAXELL – SILICON SCALLY – 
214 – THE WEE DJS – GALAXIAN – ARNOLD STEINER – VOLUM – MESAK – 
BEN MILSTEIN – 
MANASYT – 
RADIOACTIVEMAN vs DEXORCIST – 
ADJ – 
CLATTERBOX – DEZ WILLIAMS – 
SYNC 24 – PIP WILLIAMS – SCAPE ONE – CARLO FRIO – SHEMALE – DAZ QUAYLE – THE EXALTICS – 
SCANONE

[Release Date 09-11-12 – Digital]

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FAT Track by PAUL BLACKFORD

Posted by on 03/23/2011 | Category : Machine Funk - Future Funk / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

That kind of sound with heavy bass at the same times groovy and trippy is exactly what we love :
PAUL BLACKFORD Sub Mission

This track is taken from the great “Sub Mission” album [review here] released at the end of 2010 on the MILITANT SCIENCE label.
If you want more, now you can download this album on the Militant Science website where the full catalog are re-edited for free since the laboratory evolved to a free net label : Here

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New release on Militant Science : PAUL BLACKFORD « Sub Mission » Album

Posted by on 01/03/2011 | Category : Album-EP Reviews / Stay informed by subscribing to RSS Feeds or to Twitter

PAUL BLACKFORD is back with a new album released on his own label Militant Science. This project entitled “Sub Mission” features 12 pure Electro tracks.
Along to this album, like for recent Militant Science’s releases of GALAXIAN & SCAPE ONE, the sound is groovy and also trippy ! This hybrid touch can be explain by the deep impact of the RAVE MUSIC that is always a good influence in England over the years. For real, The combo of DETROIT Techno and UK Rave is a digger music and it’s still fresh!


PAUL BLACKFORDDestroy the Mothership
“Defeat your opponents by blasting them to death with ultra low sub bass”

[Release date 12-31-2011 – Digital]

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