They just keep coming...
Just when you thought you’d had enough free goodies this Christmas, man like Aems has whipped up this absolutely killer mix for your aural enjoyment with a massive 45 tracks in just over an hour. Expect a hectic journey through bass music with the help of big hitters like Rod Azlan, Zed Bias, Kode 9 & the one and only Brian Badonde. As he puts it ‘A CD-Length mash-up of genres,...
A Little Gift..
From Leicester badman Rob Sparx: http://official.fm/track/188740 If you’ve had the pleasure of hearing Rob’s last two mixes then you’ll know exactly what to expect; bassweight & seemless mixing all the way through. (Apologies for not embedding it - seems that Official.FM embed code doesn’t like Tumblr). Thanks to the guys at Big Up Magazine for making me aware of...
DUBSTEP FRIDAY: Artists dropping free tunes for... →
dubstepfriday: Skream Freeizm Album http://www.sendspace.com/file/4ad27r Spyro - Game Over http://www.sendspace.com/file/spwnt9 Terror Danjah - Hardrive Compilation 2009 http://www.mediafire.com/?txe1hx43x73he Free Silkie Track http://www.sendspace.com/file/g47dqh Free Truth track …
Stenchman - Christmas 2010
16thhour: Something about the holidays must have put TrueTiger’s Stenchman in a particularly good mood, as he’s given away yet another album for free. This time round it’s 18 tracks long and in my opinion it’s the best one yet - there’s even a little drum & bass thrown in for good measure. Definitely give this one a download even if you only listen to it once - it’s free, after all. Big up...
Exez vs Rob Sparx
Exez vs Rob Sparx - Eyewater by Rob Sparx One of my favourite UK producers teams up with Siberian Dubstep smasher Exez on this latest blinder of a tune. Release date is not set but it will be on Migration Recordings in the new year.
Futureproofing: A Year in Autonomy
Electronic music extraordinaire Andrew Ryce of Futureproofing has knocked together a really interesting article covering one of the most diverse and interesting genres of bass music to evolve from the Drum & Bass scene; the Autonomic sound. Click here to see what Futureproofing has to say on the subject, and if you’re completely unaware of what the ‘Autonomic’ sound is...
Distance’s set in this Get Darker TV episode is a full-on aural onslaught, not one tune in there can be described as weak. I nearly fell off my chair at work listening to it.. http://www.getdarker.com/tv/getdarker-tv-64/
This may just be my new favourite tune.. →
Jamie Woon - Night Air (Deadboy Remix)
#39 Jamie Woon - Night Air (Deadboy Remix) by Numbers Didn’t think it would be long until more artists were having a go a remixing this quality tune, Numbers hero Deadboy has done a really good job of this one.
Blacksmif Showcase Mix 2010 by Blacksmif on Mixcloud Blacksmif aka Yemi Olagbaiye has been kind enough to throw together a mix to showcase some of his best work over the last year. Now I may be biased with this one as he’s a friend of mine but I really can’t get enough of this mix. Pulling together influences from all over the musical spectrum Yemi’s tunes never fail to...
Mala - City Cycle
This tune has just had me dancing about my flat like a fool, some real deep bass vibes on this one. Big!
Further to the post last week on George Fitzgerald; here’s a stunning mix he’s put together for Surefire Sound’s blog. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11542709/Surefire%20Mix.wav Visit their blog and check out their latest post containing Hotflush’s head honcho Scuba’s latest mix for BBC 1Xtra.
makeitgood: Cheeno Minimix →
Have a listen to a little mini mix I put together for the guys at Make It Good. Follow them if you don’t already as they know their shit! makeitgood: The next dirty dubstep mix we’ve got for you lot comes from fellow blogger Cheeno. If you lot haven’t checked his stuff, hit him up on soundcloud or Twitter. So, download the mix below…turn up your speakers and let us know what you think...
This is the latest offering from my all-time favorite electronic production outfit Telefon Tel Aviv, in fact it’s the first song created under the name for two years (since the passing of Charles Cooper III). While this song is very much detached from the original ‘TTV’ sound I fell in love with, I can appreciate that musicians must move on and progress their sound, for...
Keep it down George!
2009 saw Hotflush Recordings bring the super-talented Joy Orbison into the limelight by releasing his first single Hyph Mngo. Now in 2010 Hotflush have brought us yet another absolute gem of a producer… George Fitzgerald. His latest remix of Groove Theory’s Tell Me is out now to buy on Juno - buy it here now!! Groove Theory - Tell Me Remix by George FitzGerald
ORCA003 - XI
Really excited for this next release from post-dubstep pioneers Orca Recordings… Tell me you’re not too after hearing these; XI - Medicate - 003 by william orca XI - Gamma Rain - 003 by william orca I’m really looking forward to watching this label progress as every release so far has been blinding. If you want to keep tabs on their happenings then follow them on...
2010... The year of 'black crack'.
As it’s nearing the end of the year there are a lot of top 10s/40s/1000s cropping up all over the place, and fair play too. 2010 has been yet another great year for music, not only with regards to music released, but on a more personal level it was the year I finally got round to purchasing a set of turntables and beginning what is to be a very long and expensive addiction to buying vinyl...
You ever see/hear about somewhere and instantly know that that’s where you need to be, whatever the cost, whatever the obstacles you have to overcome - none of that matters because you know it’s going to happen? Well that’s what Outlook festival is for me… Not only is the video well edited, but it’s accompanied by Planas’ remix of ‘Finest Hour’ by...
Inside the industry from EDJ.biz
Jungle experts Everyday Junglist are currently running a feature which gives readers insight into the side of the music industry which barely sees light of day amid the flurry of talented producers, DJs and artists constantly bettering their creative output and fighting for the limelight. The feature is named ‘Inside the Industry’, and is split...