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  1. https://j-e-t-s.bandcamp.com/album/zoospa This is a tough one because there are some really well-executed moments of R&B&IDM on here. It's a rational split-the-check division between what you'd expect out of Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum. But....these collabos. Something in my sclerotic brain begins to shut down. I really want to believe that's it not just being white and old--they're just not that great. I can't shake the feeling that this album is more about a showcase to attract production opportunities? Dunno. Can't reach the $9.99 purchase threshold just yet although "Team Effort" slaps.
  2. Maybe somebody can shed some light on the following issue, it's a weird one and quite annoying. This is what I'm doing: Drumrack with 16 instances of a max for live device into live external instrument plugins sending notes and midi cc to my Machinedrum. I'll make a nice boring 4/4 pattern using push, all fine and dandy, now add some per step automation, everything is ok but of course the automation needs to be shifted a bit because latency/pdc/etc issues, so the automation is shifted a bit to the left. Now weird things start happening, everytime I send a cc to the machinedrum live's timing starts slowing down. I twist a knob, there's a bunch of lag in the pattern, and it catches up again, doesn't matter what cc is being sent or on what channel. To make sure I wasn't going crazy I added an LFO in live controlling one of the parameters of the m4l controller device, timing goes completely nuts, it seems to sort of pulsate in time with the LFO, it's like space and time are melting... If I delete the clip all is well again, I can jam out a new pattern on push, add some automation and then after a while control of local space time continuum via midi cc is regained. There's no midi loops going on anywhere, and besides this issue midi timing/jitter on my current setup has been pretty great. Probably there's something super obvious or simple I'm missing but I haven't gotten that far troubleshooting this issue yet, sort of expected it would be a known bug or something but I've searched to no avail (possibly due to lack of searching skills). Any ideas? I'm using live 10 on a not super old mac. The m4l device is a slightly modified version of the Machinedrum Haters device (added level control, removed a few things), used midi monitor to check if maybe I was accidentally sending extra cc's or whatever to the md but don't see any weird things. It's as if the cc's are eating up all the available bandwidth but this seems unlikely with just 2/3 parameters being automated. Also; why I mentioned shifting the clip envelopes's timing; it doesn't seem to happen until they are adjusted and also unlinking and linking the clip envelopes seems to help?! Completely lost here.
  3. September 2013 - Ninja Tune - ZEN200 Tracklist 01. Gunshotta 02. Infinite Us 03. Dont 1 2 Lose U 04. Center Your Love 05. Vizion 06. Rise N Fall 07. SeeSea 08. U Still Lie 09. Eyesdontlie 10. Baby Its U
  4. Machinedrum - Room(s) Jul 25, 2011 - Planet Mu - ZIQ307 1 She Died There 4:06 2 Now U Know The Deal 4 Real 3:51 3 Sacred Frequency 4:28 4 U Don't Survive 4:44 5 Come1 6:44 6 Youniverse 3:17 7 GBYE 4:26 8 The Statue 3:55 9 Lay Me Down 3:57 10 Door(s) 5:21 11 Where Did We Go Wrong? 4:20 http://planet.mu/discography/ZIQ307
  5. 1. Lapis 2. Morphogene (ft. Ruckazoid) 3. Angel Speak (ft. MeLo-X) 4. Tell U (ft. Rochelle Jordan) 5. Surfed Out 6. Do It 4 U (ft. D∆WN) 7. Celestial Levels (ft. Jesse Boykins III) 8. Isometrix 9. Spectrum Sequence 10. White Crown (ft. Tosin Abasi) 11. Ocean of Thought 12. Etheric Body Temple 13. Dos Puertas (ft. Kevin Hussein) 14. Opalescent 15. Colour Communicator link
  6. I went to Dour Festival last week and Machinedrum played an unreleased edit of Second Bad Vilbel. Needless to say it was very very loud and really cool. I tried to capture it with my iPhone and even though most of my recordings at concerts sound pretty good this one did get distorted because I was really at the front and the bassdrum was just too loud. ;-) Still you can get a pretty decent impression of his remix in the following video. His part starts at 6min2sec. Enjoy! PS: If anyone knows of good method to lower the input gain whilst making a movie on iPhone, please do tell. Or maybe some hardware iOS microphone with input gain selector?
  7. Here the full line up: http://mtl.redbullmusicacademy.com/ More artist's to be annonced soon. Anyone on watmm considering to be present?
  8. New track "Make You" [sc5]84841830[/sc5] A1. Make You A2. He Said No B1. The Water's Fine B2. Rumours B3. DMD Should be cool.
  9. This is fucking great. Second track is a perfect summer anthem. Wish it was summer here lol. Edit: how do you post a soundcloud playlist in here? Second edit: buy it on bandcamp or straight from ninjatune
  10. Guest

    Summer Lenticulars

    https://www.mixcloud.com/fraser-smith/summer-lenticulars/ Two mixes I found in the vaults from 2011 stitched together. First half quite warm, second a bit more reflective. Perfect for a drive, long walk or lying in a field cloudspotting. If anyone's interested in a download get in touch and i'll sort it out.
  11. From DJ Rashad FB page: available @ BandCamp link below https://machinedrum.bandcamp.com/album/movin-forward-a-tribute-to-dj-rashad
  12. https://www.normanrecords.com/records/152783-machinedrum-vapor-city-remixes- http://ninjatune.net/machinedrum/
  13. new MoM coming soon, a double lp full of collaborations celebrating their 21st band anniversary. check here and here for some details.
  14. May 2014 - Bleep - BLEEP10 01. Gas - Die Wand 02. Lone - Lizard King 03. Machinedrum - aeolia 04. Oneohtrix Point Never - Need 05. Modeselektor - I’m not into Twerk, I’m into KrafTwerk 06. Untold - That Horn Track 07. Fuck Buttons - Brainfreeze (Alt mix) 08. Dabrye - Click Clack 09. Autechre - SYptixed 10. Shackleton - Ganda Rising 11. Nosaj Thing - Particles Aligned 12. µ-Ziq - Hedges 13. Byetone - Morning 14. Nathan Fake - Vanish North https://bleep.com/release/50183-various-artists-bleep10 http://bleep10.com/
  15. Hi guys, Frantically working on a new UW live set, I jammed on one of my Machinedrum tracks and this is what came out. Such fun! Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/encym/quadratmeister
  16. Guest

    Om Unit - Threads

    I'm going to step in here and make my first post by repping what will surely be one of my top albums of the year. Threads is the debut album from London producer Om Unit, to be released on Civil Music on 28th Oct 2013. While this is a debut full length for Om Unit, real name Jim Coles, it is in fact the producer’s fourth studio album, following from work in the 2000s under the name 2tall. Having reset the clock on his artistic output in 2010, Coles has spent the past three years refining a unique sound as Om Unit via collaborations with Machinedrum on Planet Mu, releases on Goldie’s Metalheadz, dBridge’s Exit Records and Civil Music, his own Cosmic Bridge label and the short-lived Phillip D. Kick alias that fleshed out the links between Chicago’s footwork, jungle and slow/fast. The confluence of all this work takes full flight on Threads. Across its fifteen tracks Threads articulates Om Unit’s musical journey from his beginnings to the present. It references his hip hop background, in the swung out, hypnotic headnod of ‘Wall of Light’ and the positive message of ‘Just Sayin’’, a collaboration with the mysterious Gone The Hero, (who will be stepping out of the shadows on Jneiro Jarel’s Label Who imprint in 2014,) and touches on the music that has impacted him in recent years such as dubstep, the bassweight of which anchors the album. Dubstep’s influence is most obvious in the eyes-down roller ‘Nagual’ and the deeply emotive ‘The Silence’ featuring vocalist Jinadu. There are also hints of slow-mo house’s chug, a sound Coles first experimented with upon taking the Om Unit name. It’s this slow groove that drives the spellbinding ‘Patients’ featuring Young Echo’s MC Jabu, who gives life to the beat with poetic raps, and it’s also central to the 2013 reworking of ‘The Corridor’, a track from the first Om Unit release. Here Coles slows the original’s key elements down even further while managing to keep all the slow moving, hypnotic magic of the original. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the album is grounded in Coles’ junglistic roots, a relationship that has driven much of his recent output and DJ work. Here it takes on its most refined form yet, equally apparent throughout but obviously manifested on the most dancefloor friendly tracks: ‘Jaguar’, ‘Wicker and Pearl’ and ‘Governer’s Bay’. These three tracks close the album but not before one more parting shot, the deeply meaningful ‘The Road’ featuring London’s urban poet, and legend, Charlie Dark. A key part of the Threads experience is how the tracklisting presents the music, balancing introspective and energetic moments, instrumental and vocal. While stand out moments can be picked, as they are sure to, Threads is an album that works best when the listener lets him or herself be guided by its creator. It is perhaps cliché for a label to claim that their next release is a standout, or even a classic, record yet Coles’ maturation as a producer over the past decade has allowed him to synthesise all these influences and references into something coherent and unique that takes the listener on a personal yet accessible journey. As such Threads truly feels like it has that classic potential. “The road is selfish and the road can be hard, the road can be long, the road can be far / The road will mean struggle, the road will leave scars, the road requires wisdom, the road requires truth / The road will never care about the fire in the booth” – Charlie Dark, from Om Unit – Threads LP, track 15 ‘The Road’ CD ALBUM (CIV059CD) Om Unit - Folding Shadows Om Unit feat. Jinadu - The Silence Om Unit - Healing Rain Om Unit feat. Gone the Hero - Jus Sayin' Om Unit - Drift Interlude Om Unit - Reverse Logic Om Unit - Corridor 2013 Om Unit - Nagual Om Unit feat. MC Jabu - Patients Om Unit - Deep Sea Pyramid Om Unit - Wall of Light Om Unit - Jaguar Om Unit - Wicker and Pearl Om Unit - Governer's Bay Om Unit feat. Charlie Dark - The Road Anyone familiar with his other releases? The "Corridor" EP is a personal favorite of mine.
  17. Hi All, This is a new piece - a live recording done on the Machinedrum using guitar samples previously treated, then played on the MDUW. Really different from any application I used this instrument before. I look forward to comments - this was recorded live with next to no editing. Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/encym/schimmer
  18. Jul 2013 - Ninja Tune - ZENS367 Traklist 01 Eyesdontlie 02 Body Touch First single for Ninja Tune LP Thread: http://forum.watmm.com/topic/77230-machinedrum-tba/
  19. Oct 29, 2012 - Leisure System Records - LSR004 A1. In Her City A2. Sin Love With You B1. Meu B2. Lock Lock Key Key http://soundcloud.com/leisuresystem/jets-locklockkey
  20. 01 April, 2013 - Astrophonica - APHAVIP003 TRACKLIST 01. Clissold VIP http://www.surus.co.uk/Astrophonica/Clissold-VIP-21300.aspx
  21. Metahuman Album EPROM and Rwina Records are now finetuning Metahuman, EPROM’s full-length debut. It's almost done, and sounds utterly awesome! Ahead of its release, a two-track single with Regis Chillbin and a Machinedrum remix will be released May 7th as a 12" vinyl (and a digital download will follow on May 21st). Pre-order Regis Chillbin 12" Now Regis Chillbin sets the tone for the forthcoming Metahuman album, with support from all your favorite DJs and producers, among which are Flying Lotus, The Gaslamp Killer, ?uestlove, Kutmah, DJ Shadow, SBTRKT, Kuedo, Lunice, Rustie, Mark Pritchard and the list goes on and on. Crazy, we know. http://soundcloud.com/rwina_records/eprom-regis-chillbin http://soundcloud.com/rwina_records/eprom-regis-chillbin-1
  22. Hallo, So I've put my ollllld SPS-1 mk1 on auction. As in the description, it's in a bit of a dodgy condition, but other than the encoders + screws it's in perfect working order. Cheers! Finlay
  23. Dream Continuum - Reworkz E.P. Mar 26, 2012 - Planet Mu - ZIQ313 A-1. B Free A-2. Giv A Lil Luv B-1. Set It source http://planet.mu/discography/ZIQ313
  24. Planet Mu will be taking over the Boiler Room in London on the 29th of November. Playing will be Mike Paradinas a.k.a. µ-Ziq, Machinedrum, iTAL tEK, and Chrissy Murderbot. You will be able to watch the whole thing live on Boiler Room TV. http://boilerroom.tv/
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