Little Something off our upcoming EP.
Mr Hotness by Onetalk
Sunday, April 24, 2011
The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.
Norwegian landscape photographer Terje Sorgjerd has captured a phenomenal time-lapse filmed between the 4th and 11th of April 2011 on Spain's highest Mountain, 'El Teide', which is considered one of the best places on earth to watch the stars.
Monday, April 18, 2011
If you haven't had a listen to Airhead yet I can't prepare you for the delight your ears/imagination are about to experience.
The young Londoner is school pals with none other than James Blake, and the two have been involved musically together for past years. The pair released a 10" together in March 2010 under UK label BRAiNMATH entitled 'Pembroke/Lock In The Lion'. Airhead and Blake share the same post-dubstep/R&B brilliance, however Airhead's production is more ambient having a stronger focus on linking textures with space to create a vastly astonishing end result. 'Paper Street' is a single that he released on his myspace in late 2010 and is absolutely breathtaking, with it's seemingly impossible melody crafted from layers of staggered organic sounds. His much anticipated debut album entitled 'Empty 9-volts' has been very long awaited, the release date is still unknown but we believe it to be right around the corner.
Empty 9-volts Tracklist:
- Plastic Wind
- Coffee & Yoghurt
- Milkola Bottle
- Roof & Tiles
- Empty 9 Volts
- Crushed Peel
- Azure Race
- Even Frost
- Paper Street
If you want to get more of a taste of what's to come (of course you do!) check out his unbelievable Electronic Explorations Mix where a few of the tracks off his forthcoming album appear. Download is available too.
recommended listening - taking a stroll on the northern lights
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Over the past 2 weeks Fence Tompkins has been churning out some diverse tracks which are all melting of brilliance.
Check out Fence Tompkins soundcloud for 3 new tracks, and many more on the way soon.
PARRETTS PLACE sounds like some ungodly factory building an army of transvestites... Who would have thought it would be so pleasing to hear.
PARRETTS PLACE by FENCE TOMPKINS
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
"Dancehall is ultimately a celebration of the disenfranchised selves in postcolonial Jamaica that occupy and creatively sustain that space. Structured by the urban, a space that is limited, limiting, and marginal yet central to communal, even national, identity, dancehall's identity is as contradictory and competitive as it is sacred. Some of Jamaica's significant memories of itself are inscribed in the dancehall space, and therefore dancehall can be seen as a site of collective memory that functions as ritualized memorializing, a memory bank of the old, new, and dynamic bodily movements, spaces, performers, and performance aesthetics of the New World and Jamaica in particular." - Sonjah Stanley-Niaah, Kingston's Dancehall: A Story of Space and Celebration
Monday, April 11, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Underground tones are now in the free public domain...
Here are a couple of sites showcasing their finest artists for you, at a price you name...
Get it for free, drop it make some money and then give it back to them...or stick in your arm-your call!
These labels are promoting the rare ideal that their can be free bass music that is of the most ill quality. This possessed millipede, for example:
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Good friend of blahnket, Zamaroo, has been producing some very interesting tracks since his beautiful release under the mysterious Japanese duo of 'Harmonious Bec'. His extensive artillery of musical influence and genre blending can be checked out on soundcloud, lacing his tunes with classical piano, hip hop, IDM and glitch just to name a few.
Vigee Lebrun by Zamaroo