'Veuve 808' is a free track made by Acid Jacks put out by Trouble and Bass for 'TWERKNO', jackin' house at its finest. On high rotation on our playlists at the moment, get on this unique floor killer to get you twerkin!
The newest remix of Drumcell from Tommy Four Seven is a throbbing barrage of industrial strength sounds that he is all too well known for. His latest work since the Start Chopping remix release in March for Perc Trax is a while between drinks for the constantly touring British producer but it definitely packs a punch. Check it out below!
Hello folks. It has been a while, We have taken a small hiatus to complete two EPs, you can listen to our new collaboration with aUtOdiDakT here.
Our first hit (of many that have built up over the months) is from AIRMANN, a French producer residing in London. His track ‘Downfall’ has a great deal of synth style and power. A haunting closing track. Check him out on Soundcloud here!
A new duo from Sydney have just put out a preview for their new EP titled ‘Lady Luck' which includes three very tightly produced dance floor killers. Neon Youth is the name, playing consistently at The Coven parties in Sydney on Oxford Street. No mention of what label it shall be released on yet but keep your ears to the underground for it!
It has been a while since we wrote anything on here due to the furious completion of two (yes 2) new EPs that are going to be coming out very shortly. In the mean time here is something for you to sink your teeth into. MPIA3 has just released an EP on record label Avian, from the UK who work very closely with Shifted. The preview below is a taste of the ferociousness of what MPIA3 has created. The first and main track which has received much love from the internet and DJs alike is titled ‘Ely’, not for the faint of heart! MPIA3 - AVN005 by MPIA3
The time is upon us for the release of Rob De Larges' CRW and WERK EP, which is forthcoming on Traktor Records on the 25th of September through all online music sites. This EP holds remixes from Bobble, The Rox, Autodidakt, Dunjinz, Analphabeth, Casino Gold and ourselves. Here is a little preview to wet your whistle!
Disk Jockeys doing nothing but pressing buttons on a computer, vinyl going out of fashion for the convenience of mp3’s and todays music being more accessible than ever. Its the sad unfortunate end to a golden era but the start of a new one. It seems to becoming more of an “exclusive” thing now days to be able to go and see a DJ play only on “vinyl” and watch them for there skills in matching one record to another. Instead, its become common practice for the DJ to make a flawless set otherwise they are considered as rubbish. Even if they can rock a party, do you really want to watch a DJ who does nothing except press play and dance around a bit? Im sure we can all go to the local strip club and watch someone do the same thing who is a touch more attractive and show off there talent a little more dancing around to loud music…
The rise of the “lazy dj” and the “laptop producers” being the new wave of the future we have decided to go back to the basics to create an “only vinyl mixtape”. Recorded live and only using 2 turntables plus a mixer, without reaching for those tasty onboard FX or edit equipment. There will be mistakes, there will be long mixes but isn’t that half the fun of spinning and crate digging ( well, surfing the net these days) for music? We are embracing the new wave of technology as we think everyone should, but what we don’t like to see is an increasing amount of disk jockeys getting lazy at there craft. We personally would like DJ’s to play live and if so be it, make mistakes. (Everyone is human, have some fun!) In this mix tape we have gone all the way from some funk and scratching (yes, all the mixes are live including the scratching with no editing) through to some house and techno. We would appreciate any thoughts or errr thoughts on sharing! Enjoy the download links below, track listing is in the comments.
Blatta and Inesha have just released their new EP full of future techno goodness with some solid remixes from Shadow Dancer and Night Symmetry. Being released on Bad Life Records it melds together dark, mesmerising sounds and deep techno vibes for a juicy collection of Italian floor killers. Grab it here! Blatta & Inesha - F1 by Bad Life