t has been several months since the last release from Far Too Loud on the Funkatech Records imprint but it is always well worth the wait. The ‘Ready For Stomping’ release dominated the charts in the various genres it was holed into but will this release do the same as EDM nowadays is moving quite…
Freakz Me Out Records tend to bring us some very disobedient and mischievous riffs from acts across Europe. The latest release from Italian duo The Mastertrons suits the label’s house style very well as ‘Don’t Call Me’ is very nice to listen to if you like ridiculous basslines that have the ability to annihilate your eardrums and trash speakers.
As Summer time approaches the dance music anthems of the year begin to be released onto the music masses as the festival season opens up. One of the biggest dance acts of today was one of the biggest crossover acts a few years back as former Pendulum producers have become Knife Party and will now dominate the radio airwaves, the tents and stages across the lands where ever their is an electronic bassline. This is ‘Rage Valley’ and this is going to be massive!
Electro-Punk from Italy dropping in is most excellent news. Taking a rebellious racket, wrapping it up with Electronic beats and grooves then mingling it up, rustling it together and fusing it with some Rock style riffs. This is a form of Electro House carries a health warning label, and also ‘Parental Advisory’ stickers. You’ve guessed it, the Cyberpunkers are back but this time they have brought their friends.
Viper Recordings are predominantly a drum and bass outfit but of course, music expands into different genres, as does bass. Newcomer onto their books is Californian dubstep producer Seven Lions and the roars that emit from this debut EP titled ‘Polarize’ are sensational. With elements of trance, electro and dubstep all craftily mingled the finished result can only be described as, “The Bomb!”.
Sometimes there is nothing better than a good old filthy Electro tune, and then other times there is nothing better than a French Electro tune. Here we have both. This filthy French Electro tune comes from The Killer Rabbits of Dga Fau Records and tweaked and further bleeped by LA producer Monolith who adds a further touch of oomph to the release.
If you want to be a good DJ, you have to push yourself forward to be open to plenty experimentation. When using equipment, you don’t want to be limited. You wish to be able to open up and try everything so using the right tools is important. Allen & Heath approached James D’ley and gave him a new mixer to try out and he has done his best to destroy it. This free mix is his conclusion.
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