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  1. Absolutely fabulous roster of artists - John Shima, Steven Rutter, Paul Hierophant, Shadow Acid, Morphology, and SCN1 - on a 3x7" dubplate compilation. Extremely highly recommended, I really hope these tracks will be released in digital, too.
  2. Susumu Yokota's albums from 1997 + 1998 reissued on vinyl and in digital, both were available previously on CD only. Recommended.
  3. heyo. my favourite artist just put out their first release. i would describe the music as original. love the feeling this music gives me. so fresh. this deserves to be heard. also, the cover art is suuuuper nice. enjoi! https://133heartbpm.bandcamp.com/
  4. Brutal high-octane industrial drum'n'bass from St.Petersburg's Ivan Karasev. Highly recommended.
  5. Six-tracker of Bogdanic/Raczynskian samples-and-breaks/dnb mayhem, weirdness, and an occasional drill.
  6. Experimental electronic DnB, breaks, and bass coupled with moody synth work and occasional mayhem. Highly recommended.
  7. Limited edition (25 pcs) dubplate as the first release on Wombat Funk, two tracks of horizon painting melodic drum'n'bass - released on Monday 6th, available later in digital. Recommended.
  8. Hyperactive braindance and detuned FM mayhem, finishing off with a slower melodic track. Recommended.
  9. Beats, breaks, drums, and bass in various dancefloor-friendly forms. Recommended.
  10. Ice Cold Soundcloud Link I'm looking for support/interest/enjoyment of a mix I spent a lot of time on the past couple months. I know this message board is probably partial to this style of music but I tried to make it as tasteful as possible. There's another mix up on my page the WATMM'ers would probably like more which has a more wide variety of tunes including a nice IDM bit towards the end (The Rated E For Algorhythm Mix). But today I'm promoting this dubstep in hopes people here will keep an open mind and find some interesting sounds! You know the drill, slap a like and follow on Soundcloud and I'll check out your page in return. I also have 170+ original tunes uploaded. Ty and bless up my twiddlers! Here's the full track list
  11. Sam Black's first full album, a bit of everything, but nice. Recommended.
  12. Some really nice dnbish rhythm programming and harmonics on this, deep but snappy. Recommended.
  13. A grab bag of IDM, ambient and DnB from Love Horses, The Jaffa Kid, Whylie and Bot1500.
  14. A vertiable cornucopia of electronics from ambient through breaks to techno - and more. Recommended.
  15. Not sure this is the correct thread for a dump like this (a new member here), but I didn't find any other suitable threads, so here we go. Few of my latest tracks. If you happen to like 'em, please check out the rest of the selection as well. I also have a Bandcamp account, if someone prefers that: https://tomikokki.bandcamp.com/
  16. Automaton 2 is the followup to 2016's Automaton 1. These are some of the first thoughts of an AI becoming sentient. This EP is full of energy, color, and detail. While pulling inspiration from multiple genres (acid, dnb, et al), this release strives to fill every second with activity by using techniques both familiar and new. Previews are available on Soundcloud and Youtube: https://soundcloud.com/william-s-braintree/automaton-2-preview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OraOv50lgIo Due out on May 17th via Bandamp. http://williamsbraintree.bandcamp.com
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUWAQWPSgao https://soundcloud.com/heartdrive/heart-drive-presents-aut0mated/ Heart Drive is a collaborative effort between dBridge & Kid Drama. Kid Drama is half of the group Instra:Mental (the other half being Boddika). Together dBridge & Instra:Mental created this movement of techy, futuristic, minimal dnb with the "Autonomic Podcast" back in 2009-ish. After Instra:Mental split up and became Kid Drama & Boddika respectively (with Boddika getting into making modular synth techno), Kid Drama kept on with the future dnb vibes, and he & dBridge started the Heart Drive project in 2013. Heart Drive is both a podcast that showcases their original productions, and the name they use for releasing those productions on dBridge's label, Exit Records. As the episodes of the podcast went on, they started to include more & more artists, but I'm suspicious that a large number of those artists are just dBridge & Kid Drama using pseudonyms. As for the music, it's some of the freshest & most exciting electronic music I've heard in a while. It's dance music that'll slay on a soundsystem and get a whole dancefloor moving, but still maintains a tasteful, cerebral IDM aesthetic edge to it. The sound design is the kind of top notch stuff you can only get from dnb veterans, and the lush melodies are just beautiful. Episodes 1 & 4 of the podcast are definitely my favorites (posted above). Check it out, yo!
  18. Hi-tempo electro made with some new gear - Free high-quality download.
  19. Not mastered quite a crazy ride of a track https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/lust
  20. Some tunes I made last week,breakbeat and braindance.Progressive stuff.Im getting there,these have been huge fun to make. I took fenix funk as model for first track. Ive been listening to some Slayer and it shows in the 2 last tracks,it got some metal inspired riff in them. Hope you ll enjoy.
  21. So heres my latest work ,progressive breakbeat tracks with some drukqs,squarepusher,metal,industrial,classical and EDM influence. Its like a mix of every genre ive ever liked.The beat are a bit messy but still im pretty proud of them. https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/transmute-compressor-2 https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/korrected2-loopr-m2 https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/shiftingnecrose-rec5 https://soundcloud.com/fxbip/systemrender
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