A pounding motorik beat heralds the start of this minimal electronic tour de force. With primal drums and puckering bleeps, it’s an industrial battle cry of the darkest proportions, setting teeth on edge with nails-across-blackboard screeching, ominous synths and spiraling rhythms. [Source]
British born, Berlin based DJ, producer and sound designer Tommy Four Seven, is at the front of the new generation of Techno artists, creating his trademark deep and uncompromising sounds for labels such as CLR and Electric Deluxe. Learning to DJ from a young age, at 17, Tommy held a 2 year residency at Fire Club, London whilst appearing at venues such as Fabric, The End and Turnmills. Producing was also an early interest and Tommy soon began releasing on David Duriez’s Brique Rouge label, before launching his own imprint called Shooting Elvis. After studying Music Technology in London, Tommy moved to Berlin and has been steadily building his catalogue of strong, moody and hypnotic releases. [Source]
Justice “ON’n'ON” new single out end of January 2012. includes remixes from the one and only RICK RUBIN, BRODINSKI and VIDEO VILLAGE. Package will also includes “CANON” remixes by EROL ALKAN & TIGA. Cover artwork by our friends of Surface to Air.
UPDATE! Here is the secret link to the brand new music video!
UPDATE! Here is the Brodinski remix:
‘(disappointed cloud) anyway’ is the first song to be taken from ‘U&I’ – Leila’s new album released on 23rd/24th January.
Harsher, shook up and rebooted, the song features the haunting vocals of Berlin based producer Mt. Sims.
This is a slightly shorter edit of the track – the full album version of this song will also be released on limited 12″ vinyl through Warp on 12th December. The single includes two extra unreleased tracks and an instrumental that will not feature on the album ‘U&I’.
A1. (disappointed cloud) anyway
A2. (disappointed cloud) anyway (Instrumental)
B1. not havin’ that
Released by: Warp Records
The Norwegian space-disco master Hans-Peter Lindstrøm has a new album called Six Cups Of Rebel early next year, which is good news for anyone who loves stretched-out Moroder-style grooves. [Source]
The new album & a lost classic from Plug, aka electronic icon Luke Vibert, ‘Back On Time’ is a collection of unreleased eccentric d’n'b tracks recorded over 15 years ago. Released on Ninja Tune on 9th January 2012 (24th January in N.America), it follows the highly-acclaimed Plug album from 1996, ‘Drum ‘n’ Bass for Papa’ which was originally released by Blue Planet Recordings. Sounding brand new as well as being an uncovered gem, ‘Back On Time’ is a release that anybody interested in the progression of dance music should be very curious to hear and enjoy. Pre-orders are being taken now on the Ninjashop.
To download ‘Never’ for free, go to http://www.orbitalofficial.com (Official Orbital Website).
Apparat are streaming a new instrumental version of recent album highlight ‘Goodbye’. The alter ego of Sascha Ring, Apparat have evolved into an imposing live entity. Using a full band, the German producer is joined by guest musicians who push his music into some unexpected places. Of course, Ring’s productions are not too shabby to begin with. Recent album ‘The Devil’s Walk’ mixed some sparkling sonics with a real emotional touch, blurring the lines between analogue samples and digital machines. [Source]