29 May 2011, 22:51 by StratisFTW
12 Jan 2010, 16:26 by zikamu24.11.2009. Migrations Radio Show #298 , by Mr Goju: Tonight we are renegades of jazz! A lot club jazz tunes with guest mix from Renegades of Jazz. Renegades Of Jazz is the latest project of David Hanke aka one half of the german funk producer outfit Mash & Munkee. After the success with the first Mash & Munkee release and other side projects in autumn 2009 David started his new solo project as Renegades Of Jazz, focussing on 60’s and 70’s jazz and latin. The Renegades Of Jazz have a raw and dusty sound, fusing vintage jazz with modern beats and supported by some great musicians like Dave Wilde (Flute/Saxophone) and Paul Curtis (Guitar). First reactions to the Renegades were fantastic, instantly signed away by Smoove on his upcoming label Wass Records, he is now on the way to deliver a whole album. First release will be the “Karabine EP” with great Remixes by Dusty (Jazz & Milk) and The Uptown Felaz (Shiftin’ Gears) available on 12” early 2010.
14 Oct 2009, 01:19 by petrol16 tracks in playlist, duration: 1 hour 9 minutes 32 seconds
Agent 5.1 - Charming (4:57)
The Bird and the Bee - Again & Again (2:45)
Backini - Little Big Horn (4:52)
Deftones - Wax And Wane (4:09)
Terry Lynn - Kingstonlogic (O.Boogie Remix) (4:18) see also Spandexxx #6
A Flock of Seagulls - Telecommunication (JLAB Remix) (3:03)
Das Ich - Dorn (3:04)
Laibach - Mi Kujemo Bodočnost (4:45)
Velvet Acid Christ - Futile (Nazi Bastard) (6:06)
Pregnant With Worms - Gutrot (4:24)
Diverse - Escape Earth (2:42)
Glass Candy - Digital Versicolor (5:57)
The Prodigy - Thunder (4:09)
Switchblade Symphony - Bad Trash (3:42)
Megadeth - Holy Wars… The Punishment Due (6:41)
Hanzel und Gretyl - Number 1 in Deutschland (3:58)
27 Jun 2008, 10:11 by red-green-blue
My Top Artists:
Squarepusher • Autechre • Boards of Canada • Bonobo • Global Communication • DJ Food • Abfahrt Hinwil • Secret Frequency Crew • The Cinematic Orchestra • Clifford Gilberto Rhythm Combination • Beanfield • Aphex Twin • The Black Dog • Lamb • Skalpel • Gimmik • Plaid • The Future Sound of London • Nils Petter Molvaer • Nightmares on Wax • MrScruff • Jon Kennedy • Biosphere • Stereolab • Brothomstates • Orbital • Radioactive Man • Zero 7 • Euphoria • Two Lone Swordsmen • Hexstatic • The Dining Rooms • Spacetime Continuum • Goldfrapp • Def Tex • Rainstick Orchestra • DJ Shadow • Wagon Christ • Amon Tobin • Hybrid • A Tribe Called Quest • Nine Inch Nails • Mind Over Rhythm • Seefeel • Fila Brazillia • Herbie Hancock • M83 • Aim • Bloc Party • Belle and Sebastian • Fennesz • Journeyman • Kid Spatula • A Guy Called Gerald • Backini • Coldcut • Carl Craig • Rae and Christian • Jose Gonzalez • Peace Orchestra • Jurassic 5 • Blackalicious • Prefuse 73 • Dextro •…
25 Jun 2007, 01:08 by yagoodArtist: Backini
Track: Thread #1
Does anyone know where this short lyrics can come from? Sounds like some kind of TV game show parody or something, hmm...
Woman: Is it OK to make love to your partner if you are engaged? If not, how far is too far?
Man: Oh... I hate to be prude, but does "make love" mean "have sexual intercourse"...?
3 Oct 2006, 00:20 by dystempermixtapes usually make themselves. you can usually tell right away if the song fits or not. and half of its usually already compiled in the back of your head. then you hit the anchor track one day, standing outside the arts building sipping on the third coffee of the day. the track that brings it all together, that you build the rest of the songs around.
this compilation was definitely one of the most fun to make, and showcases basically everything i like about music. the driving percussion that opens the first track. the icy crisp vocal work on the last one. the delicate keys work on tracks 10 and 14. the soothing instrumentalism of track 3. the funk of 6. the melody of 5. the seductive south american styels on 2 and 12. the cheeky girl on 8. and of course, alice russell.
this tape runs across most of the downbeat genre, to trip hop, funky breaks, and deep house. it skirts the edges of soul and jazz and ambient and ... well, you get the picture.
best enjoyed in the late evening, in between dinner and the party.
13 Jun 2006, 22:15 by gj_theWhiteI've had this account for some time now and each time I log in and browse around, I've seen the tab at the top of the page 'Journal'. And every time I've seen it I've thought to myself, 'I should really post to that. People used to love reading what I had to say; maybe they'll be interested in what I have to say about my music listening'.
But then something else shiny and bright would distract me from my thought process and I'd continue to not add anything, continue to log in and see the link and continue to have the same thought to myself. Until recently, I hadn't properly used this site to its true potential as a resource rather than just another one of those sites that acts as an outboard brain. You know the ones: flickr, del.icoi.us, 37signals or even other more interactive and user-defined systems such as WordPress. I of course have an account on or a build of each of these and then let them be. My flickr pro account actually expired over a month ago and I haven't done anything about it. Yet.
6 Feb 2006, 07:21 by jeejThought I'd write a little journal entry just bout some of the music I have been listening to lately, some old, some new, just good stuff...
First up, a quick big-up to my top 5 most listened to artists; The Herbaliser, Nitin Sawhney, Roots Manuva, Jack Johnson and Badly Drawn Boy. My tastes are pretty eclectic and I might not listen to one of this lot for a few months before I come back to them, but they are my top 5 for a reason... all class.
Right then, music I've been listening to lately...
Backini << you have to check this stuff out. I guess essentially it is electronic of a form, but it dabbles in hip-hop and a few other genres too. I'm particularly feeling the track Radio.
Killa Kela << British beatboxer experimenting with singing and also collaborating with live instruments. I really wasn't feeling his first album The Permanent Marker, it was just processed beats with him beatboxing over, but this new album Elocution just grows and grows on me. …
23 Dec 2005, 22:40 by spinkehThere are a bunch of albums I have heard over the last 12 months, that for one reason or another can't fit inside my Top Ten List. Some just missed the cut, some are older albums I've only heard this year. I think they deserve a mention for the impact they have had on me.
Daft Punk - Human After All
Right, I like this album. OK, so it's not nearly as good as Homework or Discovery. They went out on a limb to make something different and although they might have missed the mark a bit in some of this album, there are a few very good tracks, and I reckon their next album will learn from this and be fantastic. Air went through the same trouble, trying too hard not to repeat older work, as have Röyksopp. The album should be taken for it's own merits rather than judged only against earlier work.
Architecture in Helsinki - Fingers Crossed
This album is a few years old now, but I only heard it for the first time a couple of weeks ago. …