Whats crackinatin? Slurped up a nice selection of ear porn for you this weekend. Will start off with a free bootleg from my boy Sean Taylor. He jacked the bass proper, but kept many of the original parts to maintain some of that funky Calabria groove. Git it git it!
Sean Taylor – Calabria Bootleg [Download available]
Marco Lys – Go (Nom De Strip & LA Riots remix) [Preview snippet]
Nils Ohrmann -Hoopin (Oliver $ Remix)
Kid Robot – Freaky Work (Original Mix) [Preview snippet]
AC Slater & Xaphoon Jones – Believe Me (Botnek Remix)
Rednek – Game Over (Calvertron Remix) [Preview snippet]
Surecut Kids, Cheasleauen – Drunk In This (TJR Vox Remix) [Preview snippet]
It has been a little over a month since my last post, so many unanswered emails, excited to get back into it. We have some awesome content coming for the end of the year & what better way to get the ball rolling than with electro / dubstep / drumstep vunderkid, FIGURE. Wielding a long musical background, it took just a few short years for his smashing productions to garner worldwide attention and praise.
Sketch Records is celebrating the success of its recent releases and 1000-SoundCloud-follower milestone by releasing three brilliant bangers to the world for free! Nicknamed the “1000 Soundcloud Followers Free-P,” this release abounds with monstrous wobbles!
“Kicking us off is an awesome collaboration between production supremos 3D Criminalz and Sketch resident DJ, Sketchy J – these guys put their heads (and their ears) together to create what can only be described as the perfect peak-time destroyer..!!! This summer, this killer-fresh Fidget remix of Double 99′s legendary RIP Groove is guaranteed to be stomping all over ya dancefloor….
Sketch artist Mr Wesh’s superhard ‘Rambo’ is armed-to-the-teeth testosterone-fuelled Dubstep lethality… once again, this Gallic maestro re-establishes why he’s the one to watch, as he digs deeper into the Dubstep underground…
Hailing from Copenhagen, Ronnie Flex can’t help but impress with ‘Something Clever’, a mere aperitif to his debut on Sketch later this year… this is unforgettably-euphoric mainroom Electro House at its finest, the massive ‘piano & chant’ breakdown a perfect accompaniment to the hi-energy squelching, chugging bass throughout… quiet simply, HUGE !”
Morning coffee, check. New studio and house set-up, check. Truckload of tunes in the inbox, check. New stuff to finally post after neglecting my author duties for two months, CHECK! If you didn’t already know, I went to Europe for about a month, you can check out my nerdy design hijinks here: http://www.thegreateuropeanadventure.com. Anyways, after a nice long break, I’m proud to be back to post some new tunes for you guys. Happy downloading!
Today we have a really fresh EP coming from South-African based Sean Taylor. Here are some words on the young’n and his newest release:
South African Sean Taylor only started clocking up his releases in June last year but he has already become a regular on the Jackin’ House scene and has seen his tracks come out on the likes of WoNKed Records, Flexual and Champion Beats. He’s already found his sound with deep subs, brittle leads and blissed out vocals and this Jack ‘N Boom EP has it all.
Pulling up the tempo is the one and only Matt Cox (Sick Slaughterhouse, WoNKed, Big Alliance). This one goes proper wonky after lulling you into a false sense of jack, have a listen, pop it in your set, done.
3D Criminalz (Sketch Records, Bone Idle, WoNKed) released with us way back on BIR001 when they remixed Carbon Parlour’s Wannabe King. They got a huge welcome back with their massive bass injected remix of Jack ‘N Boom, chuck in some old skool chords and you got the idea.
Byron Fortune (Flexual, Yeah Man) rounds off the remixes with a superb deep jackin’ remake including an awesome retro scratching to hell breakdown midway through. Look out for more of Byron next month on the very first Bone Idle Compilation.
An evil mastermind of grimey tech-house, the Bay Area’s own Dirt-Nap would like to offer up his latest mixtape in exchange for your soul. Dirt-Nap’s “Dapper Slappers” runs on a hyphy motif while seamlessly grinding through the sickest bouncy-gangsta tech grooves. Check it out for yourself!!!
The Audiotistic 2011 trailer is now live! On July 30, Insomniac fans will explore the groundbreaking audiovisual journey that awaits them at Audiotistic, which is a creative convergence from all corners of electronic dance music.
To get you pumped for Audiotistic, Chris Lake offers his latest mixtape in exchange for a retweet. Click here.