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Posts published in September 2014

Icicle – Problem (Ft. Skittles) (Official Video)

[youtube]http://youtu.be/rNNtGFHe-jE[/youtube] This is Icicle’s ‘Problem’ featuring Skittles, from the first single taken from the forthcoming album, due in November on Shogun Audio. The single is…

Lifted Music Show 025

Chris Renegade presents the Lifted Music Show #025. Tracklisting: 01. Jaguar Skills & Chords – Lust (Break Remix) 02. Shapeshifter & The Upbeats – Bloodstream…

Ulterior Motive – Tape Pack (Official Video)

[youtube]http://youtu.be/ws4maoOmZHw[/youtube] ‘Tape Pack’ is taken from the long awaited forthcoming album ‘The Fourth Wall’. Kicking off with a relaxing key sequence, it builds itself into…

Total Science – So Addicted

Total Science are back on the much loved American label, Warm Comms, with a brand new roller featuring Grimm. They’ve made some huge tunes with…

JADE @ MR2 Petofi Radio

Tracklist:

Task Horizon – Flame Fetish
Noisia & Phace – Purpose
I Am Legion – Make Those Move (Teddy Killerz Remix)
Concept Vision & Segment – Meteor

Evol Intent – Suicide (Eye-D Remix) [FREE]

evol_intent-suicide_eye_d_remixHot on the heels of ‘Jim Skynner’ comes a ferocious reinterpretation of Evol Intent’s classic “Suicide” by the Netherland’s own Eye-D. This remix keeps the dark, apocalyptic appeal of the original but updated for today’s dancefloors and discerning DnB enthusiasts.

Eye-D:
listen: @eye-d

Document One – Revolution EP

document_oneDocument One have already proven their credentials in the world of electronic dance music. Their songwriter’s instinct for harmony and melody, melded seamlessly with the powerful beats and bass required by discerning dancefloors mean that they’ve quickly built an impressive reputation. Between their genre-spanning remix work for names like Rob Zombie, Moby and Professor Green, their rave and radio ubiquity and their global DJing schedule, they’ve made waves across the scene.

And now they’ve landed on Technique for some D&B business. First off is Revolution. Effervescent natural samples set the scene, but then Document One signal danger with the onset of a militant beat. Synthetic glitches disturb the peace even further, and then things are teched up to breaking point until the drop strikes hard. And when it does, it tells the story of a serene melodic landscape being defaced with digital warpaint. This is marching music, proving that these boys aren’t playing at D&B, they’re doing it properly.