Check out the video for Mr Scruff’s Give Up to Get. Source
Very chilled out drop by Eric Lau – 4U. Source
A legendary figure in electronic music, Chez Damier has played close witness to many of the pivotal moments in the history of house and techno. Jointly responsible with partner Ron Trent for both Prescription Records – widely recognised as one of the greatest labels of all time – and The Morning Factory – one of […]
Squeaks & Bleeps is a breakbeat/ acid track off the album FabricLive. 08 which starts off with a great little custom intro, something you come to expect in any mix by a Finger Lickin affiliate. And then in comes the insanely funky and instantly arse-mooving Hexadecimal mix of Sound Alliance’s “From Home”, courtesy of Mr […]
David Starfire is a producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and DJ based in Los Angeles and San Francisco. His production style is eclectic, fusing world music with dance, hip hop and everything in between. He’s developed quite a following and his unique sound is catching the ears of music fans across the globe. David is signed with […]
What is techno? Scientists and philosophers have long since pondered the concept of its musical definition since it burst out of Detroit in the mid-‘80s. Is it that notion of the “ghost in the machine’, of soul from electronics that its inventors elicited? Or is it more the repetitive throb and thump of 4/4 beats […]
A Dj for over 18 years, you could call André a Pro. He started to produce music 8 years ago releasing 12″ records and remixes on Simple Records, Fineart, Moods n Grooves, G-Stone, etc. Most recently he founded his own label Best Works Records together with an old college friend Daniel Best, a well known […]
Artist: Klute Track: Ashram Label: Commercial Suicide Catalog#: SUICIDE045 Genre: Drum & Bass
Taken from the Album Tru Thoughts 10th Anniversary.
Broken beat track that sounds a little like 2-step garage/dubstep, but still great. Produced by Daz-i-Kue from Bugz In The Attic.
This is awesome banging breaks!
Hey, look, it’s Ramadanman and he’s releasing more really good music. ‘Tempest’ first appeared on Scuba’s Sub:stance mix for Ostgut-Ton label earlier this year, and filters Ramadanman’s trademark, woodblock-heavy production through a kind of subterranean after party aesthetic, drum hits being pulled in weird, different ways. Ikonika, Gemmy and more talk about making synths sing, […]
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