Friday, December 31, 2010
Mundo Urbano Podcast Jan.11
Thursday, December 30, 2010
GUCCI VUMP - SHA! SHTIL! (L-VIS 1990 REMIX VIP)
Gucci Vump (aka Brodinski, Guillaume Brière) Sha! Shtil! was inspired by a traditional Klezmer song telling the story of a Rabbi dancing like a madman to get rid of the demon in him, the track is a smash hit capable of pleasing every dancefloor. People are just too happy to hear that lady sing in Yiddish, and the production is so crisp, it makes it the perfect tool for every dj to turn the techno party into RABBI-DOME VOLUME FIVE. in rcrdlbl (Released on digital by Sound Pellegrino, Institubes, and vinyl by Night Slugs) . Free Download
Jimi Bazzouka - Edits Vol.2
Jimi Bazzouka - Edits Vol.2 (Tigersushi) Comentários: Four years after "Edits Vol.1" Tigersushi don Joakim Bouaziz adopts his cunning disguise of Jimi Bazzouka and is back with another set of re-edited favourites from his record box. Jimi originally made these edits for his own DJ sets, so they are fine-tuned for maximum dancefloor damage. But Jimi also wanted to be able to listen to these when he gets home. So no looped-up boring stuff here, instead we get top notch editing mastercraft in three different styles: A1 a post punk / punk-funk bomb (Killing Joke's "Change"), that was highly influential on LCD Soundsystem and "Losing My Edge" apparently. Next we have a European no wave rarity, by a very cult Swiss band, a weapon of choice to introduce some electro-dance tension in your set. Last but not least we have a track from a similar era, but totally different vibe, Jan Hammer's "Don't You Know", a classic piece of electronic Balearic disco-pop, made in California by a Dutch man. Ideal for either the cosy warm-up or the late late night. in piccadillyrecords
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
ANIKA - Anika
Monday, December 27, 2010
Podcast Special Ed. 47: Kouhei Matsunaga
Kouhei Matsunaga Live on Rare Frequency 08/12/10
Saturday, December 25, 2010
The Third Man – Paucity (Vince Watson Remix)
Friday, December 24, 2010
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Mundo Urbano Podcast Dez. by Magina
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
FACT PT mix 003: Photonz
FACT PT mix 003 by Photonz duo remembered me why've become a electronic music aficionado, features portuguese underground classics from Underground Sound Of Lisbon, Mr. Groove Vs. The Fox, The Gum Club, Urban Dreams, J Daniel, O.L.N. [...]. Embrace this Photonz mix with a futuristic "nostalgia" perspective. Highly recommended!
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Sensational Meets Koyxen - Sensational Meets Koyxen
Monday, December 20, 2010
Gil Scott-Heron - New York is killing me (Chris Cunningham remix)
Seahawks - Ocean Trippin'
Sunday, December 19, 2010
HYPE WILLIAMS - Find Out What Happens When People Stop...
Daytime Television//I Hurt So Much
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Mike Schreiber "The Hip Hop Photographer"
Larry Marshall - Queer And Wonder
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Hoje no Diário Câmara Clara
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
RAIME - Raime EP
Super Sunglasses model “W” Ltd Edition
18 Dez. JOSEPH MALIK @ 31 Bar, Porto
$tinkworx - Mnml 808
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Cobe Obeah – Song Of The Starz mp3 (courtesy of 2dopeboyz)
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Dream Boat "Shaking Shivering", A New Mixtape.
Friday, December 10, 2010
Various - Veros Artis Volume 4: Music For A World Unknown
Svreca - Obscur. Alternative [SEMANTICA 18Y]
Thursday, December 09, 2010
Gatekeeper - Giza
Gatekeeper - Giza (Merok) Comentários: Chicago's Gatekeeper follow last year's debut with a brilliant, and far more substantial, EP for Merok (home to releases from Kingdom, Salem, Teengirl Fantasy). If you've not checked their first 12" or awesome Fact mix, you really should sort it out. 'Giza' expands their style over six tracks, blending traces of Italo, Industrial EBM, and early Chicago house with VHS sci-fi soundtrack signatures and arcade game music. They've got a close contemporary ally for this sound in HIT's White Car and to a certain extent Skam's VHS Head, but Gatekeeper's tracks have an innate cinematic narrative that's quite hard to ignore and more like a cybercylic hallucination of the music they adore, than a rehash or cut-up. From the arcade biker themes of 'Chains', to the menacing Hellraiser vibes of 'Storm Column' , the leather-bound thrust of 'Giza' and the digital hallucinations of 'Mirage' this is a feast for any industrial dancefloor aesthetes. Highly recommended!