Friday, April 23, 2010


So I’ve got this problem; I’m addicted to club music.  Dumb, stupid, banging club music.

I bump club music when I wake up, when I’m in the shower, while I’m doing homework, when I’m trying to sleep, when I’m driving to class.  Club music is so fucking good these days that I’ve pretty much completely forgotten that “bedroom” music exists- you know, hang out music, pretty music, shit that doesn’t have machine-gun vocals about “tight pussy” or wobble basslines and amen breaks.

Luckily, the man Coralcola (who I’m proud to say is another Boston affiliate) has reminded me of my love for vibrant soundscapes, reverb, noise-y background grit, and gorgeous string samples with his recent single, Egggirl, released on 4/20 sans record label or proper distribution.  His productions have given a much needed update to the ambient techno sound popularized by people like the Field and the Kompakt record label, with a lo-fi, fuzzed-out angle and long-format composition.  And I’m really not just saying this because my remix appears on the EP, although I’m proud of that one too.

The release has remixes from a number of New England producers and musicians, each of which has an amazingly unique approach to the piece, from straight-up orchestral noise drone, to bounce-y percussion-driven house and drugged-out, late 80s synth-wave.

This just goes to show that sometimes New York is a little overrated- and yes, we bring the heat as well.  Check out video for his single above, with direction work from Steven Grisé.  And cop that shit for $$FREE.99 over at CoralCola’s website. Big ups to the homie!  Here’s a streaming “tasting menu” of what the EP’s got in store for you, and yes, I’m including my own remix because I like and it’s my damn blog:

Coralcola – Egggirl (Original Mix)

Coralcola – Egggirl (Die Young Remix)

Coralcola – Egggirl (Space USA Remix)

Coralcola – Egggirl (Kat Fyte Re-Rub)

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posted by Max Pearl at 1:50 pm  

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Hot City Bass

With great pleasure I deliver to you a production force that has completely restructured the face of this already altered, off-axis, dance mutation slowly beginning to hit floors worldwide. Not much is known about Hot City, beyond the fact that everything they touch turns into a searing garage swung-out glitch house masterpiece.

Hot City – Head Work

Hot City has been getting massive recognition for some of this past year’s largest releases, and haunted bass house monster tune “Setting Me Free” up for grabs on RCRD LBL. Keep a sharp eye out for more tracks in 2010 including a very special bit on Fabric’s Elevator Music Vol.1

The Count & Sinden – Elephant 1234 (Hot City Remix)

Crookers ft. Kelis – No Security (Hot City Remix)

Here are a couple of new remixes – taking the same approach, Hot City delivers a sweaty house transformation laced with those addictive percussive vocal hits that seem to rhythmically emerge from the track for air. I seriously can’t get enough.

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posted by Five at 3:40 pm  

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Outputmessage – Glintz/Resurface Remixed

So today is a lazy Sunday, well for some of us with an immense hangover anyway! So to get us in the mood to chill its only fair we give you a dose of musical medicine.

Outputmessage aka Bernard Farley is back with the second installment of three EPs in the run up to the release of his forthcoming Sophomore album. Taken from Nebulae “Glintz” and “Resurface” have been reworked into vocal pieces. All tracks on the EPs have been remixed and our favourite two are the Triobelisk remix of “Glintz” with its sci-fi tinged wonderment and the Nacey “Resurface” remix which will certainly set you in chill-out mode.

So sit back, relax and listen.

Let us know what you think….

P.S. to get your hands on the EP hot foot it to ITunes now.

Outputmessage – Glintz (Triobelisk Remix)

Outputmessage – Resurface (Nacey Remix)

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posted by Kimberleysmobiledisco at 10:32 am  

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

All The Hits To Move Your Bits – Doc Daneeka

Funky House is definitely gaining momentum. Although, there are plenty tunes out there that you will simply have to ignore, this shouldn’t detach you from a scene that is bringing some fresh, interesting sounds from producers both new and seasoned.

That being said – I introduce to you Doc Daneeka. Feet firmly planted, and already riding a wave of support from many for his rolling funky bouncers, Doc Daneeka has unleashed an interesting variety of floor movers. While his work does take many forms, this producers deep, disorienting, chant-like vocal cuts paired with sharp drum patterns that have been completely submerged in low end chaos, has me declaring it’s position as a ‘favorite of 09′ (I speak of his ‘Pathwayz’ remix).

Expect to see some releases from this man soon enough. Until then, here are a handful of tracks to sort you out. Including this smooth Jazznova edit that he was kind enough to hand over for the post!

Doc Daneeka – Dizzeeheights

Jazznova – I Can See (Doc Daneeka dub-bump mix)

Digital Mystikz – Pathwayz (Doc Daneeka Remix) (via Curb Crawlers)

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posted by Five at 6:56 pm  

Thursday, June 18, 2009

MEGA MEGA MEGA Tonight in London!

Ok, So i don’t exactly need to waste a whole load of your eye ink telling you who the hell Count & Sinden are, but you might think i had a stutter if i started ranting at you about their night Mega Mega Mega.

I’m sure once you’ve seen the line-up, you’ll be down to Plastic People in a flash waving your diver at the door staff and dancing dancing dancing to the likes of Scratch Perverts, L-Vis 1990, Calvin Harris & Fake Blood. Oh yes, and not forgetting Martelo! Which leads us nicely onto our free download (you see what i did there?)….

Martelo – Live At The End Of The World

Here’s the tracklist:

01. Jape – Floating (DIM Remix)
02. Jack Beats Vs Dynamite MC – What (Boy 8 Bit Remix)
03. SIS – Trompeta
04. Unknown – Unknown
05. Lil Silva – Diffrent DJ Zinc – Killa Sound feat. No Lay (Skreamix)
06. DJ Narrows – Saved Soul
07. Youngstar – Bongo Madness
08. Redlight – Rock The House
09. Furacao 2000 – The Book Is On The Table
10. As Tchutchucas – Catuca (SIR MIX A LOT – BIG BUTTS)
11. Axe bahia – Sensação (Thong Song)
12. Bonde Do Vinho – Toma Dengosa (Wiseguys Sample)
13. Bonde James Bonde – Detox (Toxic)
14. DJ Edgar – Coracao do FUNK (Groove Is In The Heart)
15. Xxxchange – AA24-7_XXXMASH
16. Unknown – Push Me
17. Major Lazer – Pon De Floor
18. Martelo – Waste (ASAP EDIT)
19. Project Bassline – Drop The Pressure (Jack Beats Remix)
20. Jack Beats – K Hole (PLAY OUT TEST 1)
21. Rusko – Cockney Thug (Scratch Perverts Remix)
22. Basement Jaxx – Bongoloid
23. Buraka Som Sistema – Sem Makas
24. Buraka Som Sistema – Sound Of Kuduro (Radio Edit)
25. ReSo – If Ya Can’t Beat Em
26. Skream – Simple City The Prodigy – Warrior’s Dance (Benga Remix)
27. ZOMBY – Aquafresh
28. ZOMBY – Strange Fruit
29. Dexplicit – Judas
30. L-VIS 1990 – United Groove 0.2
31. Proxy – Raven

For more info check Count & Sinden’s MySpace

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posted by Rhys Isterix at 10:13 am  

Monday, May 11, 2009

Filthy Dukes – d/l Messages Remixes

After listening to Filthy Dukes debut album ‘Nonsense in the Dark‘ and falling in love with it when anything that comes into trash on these tikes, I have to listen to it.

When these remixes came in I just felt compelled to post them.  Both remixes are of the track “Messages“, the first is by Burns and the second Tronik Youth.

Which do you prefer? Answers please…..

Filthy Dukes – Messages (Burns ‘Terradome’ Remix)

Filthy Dukes – Messages (Tronik Youth Remix)

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posted by Kimberleysmobiledisco at 7:34 am  
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