May 2010

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Kele – Tenderoni Kele Okereke the lead singer from Bloc Party has gone solo and his first offering Tenderoni suggests that his debut solo LP "Boxer" released June 21st could actually be worth a listen unlike some of the more disappointing Bloc Party LPs that never quite lived up to the hype and class of "Silent Alarm". However its important to note that this opening assault is much more firmly aimed at the Club than the Stage with a very strong House led sound that is not that dissimilar to a Guetta or Calvin production. This comparison may put some of you off, and if you do find the original a little too ... Read more / Preview track
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DiSapia – Pollum EP Thomas DiSapia has been sending us links to his music for sometime and I can only apologise for not getting this post together earlier. However a fresh new EP in the inbox has prompted me to delay no further and introduce you to London based producer and DJ, DiSapia. DiSapia's tracks are of the deeper house variety layering a whole host of sounds and hooks into a melodic and often atmospheric piece, whilst maintaining a dance floor centric purpose with its distinctive peronsality and warmth. This is not your usual generic deep / tech house fodder but rather music with real character. ... Read more / Preview track
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Major Lazer & La Roux present – Lazerproof The Major Lazer braintrust (Diplo & Switch) put this mixtape together for La Roux while working on new material in Jamaica. It features a bunch of JA-inspired blends, special remixes, dubplates and more. Put aside any La Roux reservations you may have as this is ultimately a Major Lazer project which makes use of the La Roux source material to produce an excellent Jamaican Synth Pop blend. Jump to the MAD DECENT Blog to download (Click Here) Tracklisting 01. Bulletproof (Nacey Remix ft. Matt Hemerlein) 02. Colourless Artibella 03. I'm Not Your Lemonade + Heroes ‘N‘ Villains ... Read more / Preview track
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Beastie Boys – Sabotage (Alex Metric Re-Edit) Our future Blah Blah Blah guest, Alex Metric, has finally released his edit of the Beastie Boy's rapcore classic "Sabotage". It's been a main feature of his sets for the past year and it had caused quite a stir amongst fans desperate to get a copy. Alex promised to release it when he hit 5000 followers on Twitter and now the day has come that the restless masses can get their paws on it. Beastie Boys - Sabotage (Alex Metric Re-Edit) Remember that you can catch Alex Metric at our 3rd Birthday Party on Saturday 12th June at Digital, ... Read more / Preview track
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Grizzly Records – Brodinski Grizzly Records are preparing for their 2nd release in the shape of French favorite Brodinski. Despite Brodinski's protestations he has a deep hankering for all things Hip Hop, this is anything but as the strangled warped vocal builds into what can only be described as a growling techy electro banger. Whilst the original is a top piece of work full marks has to go to Tony Senghore and his Staggering Dagger Mix, which many a DJ will be packing this summer. The third mix on the package comes from Night Slugs favorite Egyptrixx, also worth a listen. Check the LOW BIT STREAMS below to listen, ... Read more / Preview track
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Boys Noize & Erol Alkan – Avalanche (FREE) Thanks to Boys Noize for alerting us to this one, Juno Download are giving away NO STRINGS attached downloads of Avalanche from the excellent Avalanche / Lemonade EP. Boys Noize & Erol Alkan - Avalanche Click Here to Download Related Posts Boys Noize - Miami Sampler Essential Mix - Boys ... Read more / Preview track
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A-Trak – Dirty South Dance 2 A-Trak is back with another mixtape and it's PURE class . This is the second in the Dirty South Dance series with the first being released in 2007 and it smashes his recent Fabriclive CD. Also watch out for Carte Blanche - Do! Do! Do!, has a strong Duck Sauce feel. Thanks to Fools Gold for this. Track List 01. Intro 02. Trizzy Turnt Up 03. How Low Can U Bake 04. We Don't Want No Goblins 05. She Got a Dum Donk 06. Whatever You Shoot 07. Ice Cream On Blast 08. Carte Blanche ft. Kid Sister: Do! Do! Do! 09. Twerk That Driver 10. Vampires Going Ham 11. Loonies To Blow 12. Make ... Read more / Preview track
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In Flagranti – Through the Rabbit Hole Following on from the massively received 'Ex Ex Ex' single, In Flagranti take a break from the dancefloor with this atmospheric balearic tune featuring, once again, the languid vocals of Natalie Smash. Cheap drum machine sounds and a cardboard box percussive groove are layered with arpeggiated synth drops and a dreamy vocal. In Flagranti's Sasha Crnobrnja said "We were inspired by early cosmic songs we used to listen to, tracks that were a little more odd, and also less disco." Remixes come from Moskow, Clap Rules, Baldelli & Dionigi and Deadstock 33. For us the Original and the Moskow ... Read more / Preview track