19 Feb 2015, 18:29 by thejeenda
26 Jul 2009, 16:12 by nutriotAnother great recommendation from Mr. Beatnick is the FACT Mix #66, which was put together by UK producer SBTRKT.
FACT Mix #66
01. FaltyDL – To London
02. Dimlite – Aurora Stay Close
03. F – Epilogue (Ramadanman Rerub)
04. Karizma – Necessary Madness
05. 2000 and One – Funk That
06. Nepa Allstars – The Way (Sbtrkt edit)
07. Jack Penate – Be The One (Sbtrkt remix)
08. Sbtrkt – Outbound
09. MENTA – Sound Of Da Future
10. Sully – Duke St Dub
11. Goldie – Inner City Life (Sbtrkt edit)
12. SBTRKT – Crashed Out
13. Silkie – Spark
14. Sampha – Summer
15. Little Dragon – Runabout
16. El-B – Express
17. Sbtrkt – Laika
18. Pangaea – Router
19. Ragga Twins – Spliffhead (Ramadanman refix)
20. RSD – Forward Youth
21. SBTRKT – Soundboy shift
18 Oct 2008, 22:55 by nu_born1. Queens of the Stone Age - Go With the Flow
2. Bloc Party - Where Is Home? (Burial remix)
3. Dusk + Blackdown - Rolling Raj Deep
4. Ragga Twins - Truth
5. Benga - Back In The Day
6. Queens of the Stone Age - Autopilot
7. Lostep - Burma (Sasha remix)
8. London Electricity - just one second
9. Stereo MCs - Black Gold
10. Dominik Eulberg - Der Buchdrucker
21 May 2008, 08:45 by bervineBeatz and Bobz Show | Rico Tubbs Guest Mix | 19/05/08
Rave extreme of a slightly extended show this week. The Rico Tubbs guest mix is proper wonk, showcaseing new stuff from his forthcoming 'Knuckle Sandwich' album on Menu Music.
Also we give a peak at the new forthcoming APE release and details of our NASS competition which will be happening during out next show on the 2nd June.
01. Si Begg 'Are You A Big Boy DJ' [Noodles]
02. Ben And Lex 'Meat House' [APE Music]
03. Strider 'Tokyo Landing (Brothers Bud Remix)' [Splank!]
04. Refunk 'Mr Mole (Rektchordz Remix)' [Re:connect]
05. Rennie Pilgrem 'Drumma (Zodiac Cartel Remix)' [TCR]
06. Freq Nasty vs Bassnectar 'Viva Tibet (East and West Mix)' [www.giveback.net]
07. Jay Stewart ' (Rico Tubbs Dub)' [Menu Music]
08. Dom Almond 'Your Addiction' [Pure Filth]
09. The Wrongstar Society 'Drink Till She Is Beutiful (Ben And Lex Remix)' [Unstable]
11 Feb 2008, 09:26 by mwrecordsAlbum Binary Code from MCD is out now:
Binary Code is a futuristic album with a strong dance-floor emphasis, smoothly combining straight party bangers with grimy street vibes. Every track near bursts with energy and talent from a host of guest artists, ranging from the well known Roots Manuva to the astonishing newcomer S.K., who was a mere 15 years when recording his rhymes for MCD.
Binary Code balances nicely between party and conscious reflection, while presenting some seriously fresh musical and lyrical styles.
MCD's music works from a bass-heavy foundation, with more than a hint of Caribbean influence filtering through the electronic beats and sounds. MCD plays and programs all his music, rather than using sampling techniques traditionally used in Hip Hop. D's productions often move towards more technoid Grime tunes, yet slower beats and Reggae bass-lines retain an earthier vibe, defining MCD's own kind of street-sound. A sound which is essentially Hip Hop with a strong electronic touch…
20 Oct 2007, 03:28 by Dr_UpsFri 19 Oct – Swarm presents Old Skool Roots at Oh Bar
Camden Town rocks!
The Swarm event in enlarged venue of Oh! Bar was massive remember ace of old time of drumandbass and jungle. All performers work reasonable well, especially Ragga Twins and their selector Kenny Ken. They really made this show! So much fun - to enjoy their double impact. Keep rockin without stop, almost same voice in duet. Twice as good! My recommendations!
14 May 2007, 07:23 by sebsnarlThe Paradigm Shift is a weekly Monday night radio show presented by Sub Bass Snarl on Sydney radio station 2SER fm 107.3MHz - check the <a href="http://www.2ser.com">2SER website</a> for the live web stream!
It airs Monday nights 2030 hours for 90 minutes (Australian Eastern Standard Time - GMT+10).
Tonight we kick off with some vocals including a Jesus & Mary Chain cover and MBV then into LCD Soundsystem's cover of Joy Division. Then it is on to some classic acid and early techno both authentic and refashioned (by Luke Vibert as Ace of Clubs) before settling back in the comfy chairs for some new ambient-ish sounds.
Pandatone - The Last To Remain (Music Related)
Guitar - Just like Honey (Onitor)
Earthling - Love (Discograph)
Maps - Liquid Sugar (XL)
My Bloody Valentine - Don't Ask Why (Creation)
65daysofstatic - Install A Beak In The Heart That Clucks Time In Arabic (Monotreme)
LCD Soundsystem - No Love Lost (DFA)
20 Aug 2005, 15:57 by draicon_ociardWoah! Never posted an entry here before. Well, here I go. This has been a quite dull saturday 'cos my friend broke her promise to me to come and watch Rose of Versailles at her place. Nah, anyway. I watched Final Fantasy Unlimited last night and this morning, and GOD! there's some really good music in that serie. (I'm talking about the BGmusic now. I've aknowledged the magnificance of FAIRY FORE's VIVID for a quite a while now) Well, now I'm bored and I'm just toying with my computer. Well, I've made some very good musical founds today, which (hopefully) will open a whole new genre for me. The Reggae. I've now loaded and listened a bunch of Sublime's songs and I must admit that's pretty good stuff. And also, I finally remembered to seek out some of Ragga Twins songs and they're the best too. So, I'll just keep listening! Tah.