Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Brett Domino Trio -1

I know this really has nothing to do with bass music. But these guys rock it! In there own way...

Emotronic New wave Bass by BLACK NOISE

Southern Fried Records backed group BLACK NOISE has a new EP that just got released Oct 16th and to celebrate it, they came out with not only a video with some trippy animation but also a free remix giveaway of the Crookers track Business Man. "Crookers - Business Man (Black Noise remix)".

Romping basslines, noisy drums, raucous samples, and most important bass! These are a few of the things you can expect form BLACK NOISE. A Emotronic/New Wave sound that does not stray far form the low-end. If you are into the New Wave/Electro House sound. I recommend you check them out.



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Sunday, October 25, 2009

The Power of Dubstep


In case you didn't know...


Saturday, October 24, 2009

Multi Genre Ragga Bass-Core by Dr.Colossus

Dr. Colossus. This is someone that I just recently met. He is multi-genre bass dj/producer with a fetish for the Ragga sound! Dr. Colossus started growing his Glitched-Out Bass-Driven Ragga Beast by planting his seed deep in Punk around 2000 and feeding it a steady diet of UK Hip-Hop, Drum and Bass, Nu-School Jungle and Break-Core. I even heard, that for a nominal fee, you can get him to bring the Beast to your town to show your friends! ;-)

Dr. Colossus was kind enough to share a mix with us, er....half of a mix with us. I guess that the other half is for him to dispose of as he sees fit! He even wrote something about himself which is great because now I don't have to. =)


My name is Dr. Colossus and I'm a Jungle / Hip Hop / Punk / Yardcore / Multi-GenreBass Music dj/producer from London. I started out, a few years back, doing ragga-jungle. But, these days, I play mash-ups and make mash-ups of everything.

This mix, found below, is a recording from the first part of a show I played at a rave called Fuxmas that was set up by NFA at the end of 2007. The rave is called Fuxmas because its always takes place around Christmas. This is one of my favorite parties because it has this really nice family vibe with free food, quizzes and stuff. I cut off the second half because it has some exclusive stuff that I didn't want to put out on the internet. You're going to have to catch me live to catch that stuff.

It was very surreal playing this rave. I was all prepared to travel for miles to get to the rave and then I looked up the location on Google Maps and it turned out it was literally across the road from my house. Because it was around Christmas, I had family staying over at my house which made it a very surreal night. My night went from playing a gig at a squat party, to being a bit wrecked and crossing the road for some dinner with my grandma (she's a cool grandma) , to finally going back to the rave. Although its got some rough edges, and is a bit short, this is probably my favorite mix that I have done.
-Dr. Colossus

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Recording from FuXmas 21 12 07 by Drcolossus02

Friday, October 23, 2009

Hitler Created Dubstep

What can I say... It is history. ;)

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Bouncy Dance and Bass by Wrong Chris


Wrong Chris. A 24-year-old dj/musician, writer and Graphic Design student from Vancouver BC, Canada whose style of mixing is eclectic. You can expect to hear a mixture of multiple dance music genres riddled with funky grooves and bass. Wrong Chris also writes for a Canadian-based blog, called Lights Over Canada, that spotlights up-and-coming artists from his home country.


The mix below is one hour and forty-five minutes of brash beats with a variety of dance music styles. Some of the genres featured in the mix are Bmore, Breaks, Electro, Tech-House and Dubstep. So, check out the mix and, if you like what you hear or have any questions, leave him a comment!

Myspace
myspace.com/thewrongchris


Wrong Chris - Right Side Of The Tracks by wrongchris

Tracklist:
1) Old Money - Dancehall Queen
2) Rye Rye ft. M.I.A. - Bang
3) Golden Gloves - Casablanca
4) Crazy Cousinz - Bongo Jam (L-Vis 1990 & Bok Bok's Refix)
5) Soulwax - E Talking
6) Jay Robinson - Acid Line (Tom Deluxx Remix)
7) Munk - Live Fast Die Old! (Pristine Busters 'Never Dies' Remix)
8) DJ Icey - Bass Bus
9) Alter Ego - Why Not?! (Tim Deluxe Remix)
10) Wolfgang Gartner - Bounce
11) Arctic Monkeys - When The Sun Goes Down (Bass Weazal'Boom Shaker'Remix)
12) Major Lazer - Hold The Line (Edu K Remix)
13) Fake Blood - I Think I Like It
14) MGMT - Time To Pretend (Bass Weazal Re-Shuffle)
15) Will Bailey & Mikey Hook - The Knock (Bass Weazal Remix)
16) Wongo - Oh Nah
17) D.I.M. & TAI - Lyposuct
18) The Office - Cumbiesta
19) Crystal Fighters - Xstatic Truth (L-Vis 1990 Remix)
20) Atomly - Crave
21) Mojo Jones - Laughing Gas
22) Lenka & Nadastrom - Trouble Is A Friend (Sharkslayer Nassau Edit)
23) Automatic Panic - Louder (Trash Yourself Remix)
24) Dilemn - Modern Slave
25) Nid And Sancy - My Agitator (Headshotboyz Remix)
26) Boltan - Creepy (Mightfools Remix)
27) Blaqstar - Get Off (Jack Beats Remix)
28) Major Lazer - Hold The Line (DZ Remix)
29) La Roux - Tigerlilly (B.Rich Remix)
30) Reso - Smash Yer Face In
31) Downlink - Against The Machines
32) Optimus Gryme - Annihilation Of The Ego
33) Untold - Anaconda
34) Raffertie - Antisocial (Toast Refix)
35) Imogen Heap - Hide And Seek (Enigma Remix)
36) James Brown - Sunny (Featurecast Remix)
37) The Doors - The End (Rive Starr Re-Trip)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Heavy Hitting Electro Bass by NARSTI

Hayden aka NARSTI. This 26-year-old, London resident produces a unique Electro Bass sound, with a hint of Glitch. NARSTI's tracks consist of heavy-hitting bass hooks with late -80's synths that evolve as the tracks progress. He has some new material that is really close to completion, so keep an eye out! If you are into Electro Bass, NARSTI is a producer that you might want to check out from time to time.

When he is not producing music, NARSTI makes a living as a Creative Designer. Check out his portfolio. NARSTI seems to know exactly what he likes and dislikes. Some of his likes include: beats, ping-pong, reading, synthesizers, the night time, beer, George Lucas, Liam Howlett, tea, lasers and Charlie Brooker. Some of NARSTI's dislikes include: coffee without sugar, TV Soaps (even Hollyoaks!), 95 percent of advertising and when things are not as good as they could be.

NARSTI also knows what he wants, especially when it involves what he wants to achieve with his music.

"I'm trying to combine lots of different influences into one powerful and energetic sound, " says NARSTI. "I want people to feel a rush and get excited when they listen to my music."




Latest tracks by NARSTI

Monday, October 12, 2009

Gathering around AMINA


This is a recording of me (AMINA) spinning at "The Gathering" This was an old-school rave! :)



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The Gathering Live by Amina