well known on the dnb and dubstep scene for his fiendishly twisted artwork, uk creative genius monsta is also a beast of a producer. in this, his third release for subtrakt he teams up with >mr key< to bring us >space raiders<, a vocal dubstep demon of truly gargantuan proportions, so huge, in fact that it threatens to bring down mankind itself. or maybe its just a packet of crisps? dean rodell bravely attempts to contain the threat on his remix, but an army of space raiders march up out of their packet and flatten the whole city using a supernatural arsenal of sonic weapons that pull down skyscrapers with rasping bass and fry a million brains with shrieking sirens that can be heard in even the far corners of the galaxy. on the second remix dnb hero >raiden< stands up, and the guerilla war begins. taking his inspiration from the paranoid b-movies of the cold war era he morphs the original lead sounds into something so spooky and bizarre the space raiders have no choice but to pack their flying saucers and piss off back to zetareticuli. phew, that was close. supported by maryanne hobbs (bbc radio1)
ODESSA (ASC REMIX) / SHOULD I (HEAVY1 REMIX) (CLEAR GREEN VINYL)
coloured 12" Vinyl UK31.05.11
rubik records hits us with another sublime piece of sophisticated drum n bass. labelboss calculon sees his track remixed to even deeper states by asc. a monsterous bassline combined with a fierce stepping break and all kinds of edits floating around in space. if martians are into drum n bass they would most def. be into this stepper.the flip holds the sinistarr & jaybee track should i remixed by the new man of the moment heavy1. straight from japan this man knows his way with the beats and already designed a signature sound thats impossible to ignore. in other words: put that needle on the freshly coloured vinyl, turn up the volume and enjoy! strictly limited clear green vinyl!
this tastemaking ep combines four key cuts of the album including the two scorching club burners dont stop (feat. bliss & main flow of mood) and pull em down (feat. electro crunk general shane fontane). the futuristic slow motion funk of binary poetry is blessed by the gifted voice of weather girls backround singer kerry l. dooley. pump up the volume this is bit hop
after years of work as samplers and electronic textures operator in the famous french live dub band kaly live dub, uzul joins dub technic for his nu dubstep project released on 2 vinyls incl. walls will certainly be crumbling once its all heard! dj support from skream, starkey, mary anne hobbs, dj youngsta, the plastician, headhunter...
ltd 50% deal ...significant success for artists is based on two things: talent and timing. dave.i.d has talent by the spadeful but his timing may also be spot on. when dave.i.d released his debut single in march 09 he was probably too ahead of the game but now as we enter the last third of 2010 it feels right on the money. daves initial release went down very well though. paul lester in the guardians important new band of the day feature totally lost it, calling dave.i.d >totally brilliant< and dubbing him >aphex timbaland<. his single was voted single of the year in dazed & confused and made the end of year round-up in drowned in sound. now with the amazing zola jesus setting up so well around the world and the dark electronica coming more to the fore outside its nerd roots, dave.i.d sounds perfectly in tune with the unhappy, troubled sound of now.
bespoke packaging using industrial blue plastic cut in a rhombus shape. the same blue plastic forms the backdrop to the live stage show.
to the line sees peak time breakstep action with a bass line that takes no prisoners on this relentless bad boy roller coaster of filth. late night hype is a very different beast, still plenty of bass for your bins, but this time a headier smokers paradise, complete with ambient pads and lush distortions.
>down there< is a world of nine new songs from animal collectives avey tare. his first official solo full length carries you through a murky world of sound, an alien death world of soul grooves that is both honest and otherworldly. wait for sundown and turn it up loud. take a ride on this haunted boat and let yourself be guided through deep sloshy rhythms, waterlogged bass, and moonlit breaks in the canopy that reveal a crisp crystalline pop buzz. >down there< was recorded in the month of june by old friend josh dibb (deakin) at the good house, an old church in upstate new york, surrounded by the great swamp and visited regularly by monks, white widows, and groan toads.
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straight outta the grimey pits of glasgow comes taz buckfaster... don rwina akkachar has picked up this young moroccan producer after hearing a few of his astonishing productions. by having the same background it was clear that these guys needed to work together, and this 12inch is what hard work and sweat can deliver.
the mighty cloaks return with their third offering so far on wax and the second deviant emission drawn from their groundbreaking new cd album release >versus grain<. they destroyed an expectant audience with dubplates of these tracks at the recent launch party in the infamous corsica studios venue in elephant & castle london - cloaks + funktion one pa x fresh wax = guaranteed devastation. generously cut at transition with ample bass pressure, this band marks a development we should have seen coming - where ministry fans finally learn some moves and the urban music posse get into some serious shredding.