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  1. 01. Life In A Laser 02. Ignite 03. I Think We'll Let The Gas Sort This One Out 04. NCI 05. Manta Key 06. Flows From Within 07. Chrome Mist 08. Astral Light Highway 09. Pyramirror So, as we are a few supporters from the guy here and as I said in Martyn's topic for "Voids", this has not received enough praise regarding its high quality standard. Appleblim is releasing is first LP after more than a decade in the game, and the less I can say is that it was worth the wait. What is said on the label bandcamp page: More than ten years since he first emerged on Skull Disco, Appleblim presents his debut album. The label he co-founded with Shackleton was the first the world heard of his productions, but Laurie Osborne’s innate relationship with electronic music culture reaches back much further than those groundbreaking early days of dubstep. Early days spent soaking up hardcore, jungle, techno and plenty more besides were fundamental foundations from which to spring into the then-unknown realms of sub-low half-step club music. At that time FWD>> and DMZ were the church for this ritualistic sound, and Appleblim was a regular fixture at both. As dubstep matured, magnified, mutated and meandered, so Appleblim moved beyond Skull Disco to explore different avenues of expression in the new many- layered club music landscape. His own Apple Pips imprint was a natural vessel on which to explore the emergent fusions of hardcore-derived sounds and the US-born house, techno and electro, while labels such as Aus Music equally provided a home for his work (often alongside Komonazmuk). Meanwhile long-standing collaborations with Alec Storey (Al Tourettes / Second Storey) finally manifested in the hyper-modern mind-twist of ALSO, captured as an album on legendary rave label R&S. More recently it’s been possible to hear Appleblim delve into electro-acoustic and ambient production alongside bassweight sounds on Tempa, one of the original bastions of dubstep culture. As the existing boundaries between genres, cultures, eras and scenes continue to dissolve, on his debut album Appleblim offers up a fresh approach that brings some of the foundational sound ethics of rave culture into a modern framework. Hardcore breaks are still a regular sound source in contemporary club tracks, but on Life In A Laser it’s instantly apparent that Appleblim has moved beyond choosing popular drum samples to truly tap into the elusive feeling engendered by the music of the era. It’s a tricky feat to manage, but in the pie-eyed chords of “Ignite”, the subby 808 tom basslines on “NCI” or the Mr. Fingers synth flex on “Manta Key” the sonic finish sports the same understated grit and grime that made those early records so timeless. There’s still space for modernism, not least on snaking 2-step killer “I Think We'll Let The Gas Sort This One Out”, but it’s offset by a layer of dust, not to mention an inherent moodiness that can’t be faked. This fine balance of rave romanticism and future-minded approaches binds together in a cohesive conceptual statement. First and foremost it’s Appleblim’s personal reflection on the music that has moved him on countless dancefloors since his first flirtations with soundsystem culture. At the same time the canny influx of modern ideas into the soundworld of the 90s genuinely results in a new proposition, making for a perfect fit on the modern-day ‘ardcore fetishists label of choice, Sneaker Social Club. Many may claim to draw on old-skool influences in their modern trax, but take one listen to “Flows From Within” and you’ll feel the same time-slipping surge of future-shock as the ravers at Lost, Dreamscape, The Dungeons, Clink Street, Blue Note and all those other iconic spots. https://sneakersocialclub.bandcamp.com/album/appleblim-life-in-a-laser-lp
  2. I have been recording my weekly mixes I do for my college radio station. Tonight I had fun playing short tracks back to back. Played some music made by wattmers... (such as Kyriakos Iaonnou, MRX, Owen Gilbride, & No Pomo) tracklist: broadcast and the focus group - what i saw clark - dew on the mouth neu! - vier 1/2 xela - sinking cadavers infinity frequencies - mist hype williams - dragon stout kyriakos ioannou - lay them on the playground mrx - themee kyriakos ioannou - holding the sun boards of canada - house of abin'adab koji kondo - ghost attack infinity frequencies - portals aardvarck - ge-vat loop & biet niet oneohtrix point never - grief and repetition no pomo - ◖◖◖◖PORT◗◗◗◗ garon blodgett - no one is free infinity frequencies - ghosts onohetrix point never - behind the bank owen gilbride - cosine owen gilbride - oo-pad-g boards of canada - uritual autechre - notwo angelo badalamenti - laura palmer's theme boards of canada - from one source all things depend
  3. Hey WATMM, I'm back doing a weekly radio show again on www.sub.fm This time around I'm heavily focusing on that modern UK "bass music" (115bpm-145bpm) sound, while heavily mixing in the IDM greats of the last 25 years. You'd be surprise how well classic Warp mixes with the modern stuff, almost as if dance music is just now catching up. There will also be the occasional jungle/dnb set just because. The archives are here: http://soundcloud.com/foxsounz/sets/sub-fm So far I'm 3 episodes in and it's been getting a good reception. Hoping to get some more live or archive listeners from this site, as I think aesthetically it would really resonate with the folks here. New episodes air Saturdays. 4-6pm EST, 1-3pm PST, 9-11pm GMT. Archives usually go up on Sundays. Cheers!
  4. just reppin mah bois it's out on august 28th https://store.deepmedi.com/vinyl/medilp011 love everything each of these artists individually has been doing, so I'm psyched to see what they have to offer as a team.
  5. shits on fire yo https://soundcloud.com/sietecatorce/panico https://sietecatorce.bandcamp.com/album/ep3
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    Endogenous

    https://soundcloud.com/feralsound/endogenous tracklist is in the track description enjoy!
  7. Fox - Wendigo Fox & Sinerise - Whisper Fox - Disconnected Dub Fox - Elevated Dub Fox & ARKMprime - Cybernetic Fox - Wintermute Fox - Celestial Fox - Chthonic Fox - Tears Fox - Vapor Eyes Fox - Banshee Dub Fox - Aos Si Fox - Marketing Casualty Fox & Sinerise - Fairweather Dub Deafblind - Diswan (Fox Remix) Akkord - Typeface (Fox Edit) Conscious Pilot - Brute Creation (Fox Remix VIP) Fox & Undrig - Fever Dream Autechre - spl9 (Fox Remix) Lurka - Refresher (Gantz Remix (Fox Edit) Fox - Vulpineal (Undrig Remix VIP) Fox - Undeniable Dub The Illuminated - Psychonauts (Fox Remix) Fox - Naive
  8. So the NASA discovered that Pluto is bigger than we thought and that there is yet another earth-like planet in the Kepler system. And - believe it or not - we still don't have a proper soundtrack for our space exploration. Until now, though. This is the first of extra-terrestrial journeys from sun to the Oort Cloud featuring all your favorite electronic heroes. Enjoy your space walk.
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    Lionslayer

    https://soundcloud.com/soundfokz/lionslayer All original songs by yours truly.
  10. Vax Sub Culture 1 :: Fenrir 2 :: Naive 3 :: Sub Culture 4 :: Unrest 5 :: Deleted Scene 6 :: Furtive 7 :: Wintermute Available Here Enjoy!
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    Carpe Noctem

    https://soundcloud.com/vaxxn/carpe-noctem Lights Out (featuring B1t Crunch3r & Ambur Rose) Neutral Dub Extinction Rmx (original by ARtroniks) Vulpineal Tortured Dub (featuring Ambur Rose) Vulpineal (Undrig Rmx) Insider Foxtrot In The Zone Rmx (original by BunZer0) Tether Alternate Rmx (original by Plaid) The Bass Corner Ashes Nuclear Family Once (featuring Moonstones) Lobetrotter Redolence Kitsune Dub Inari Hydrate (featuring Logam) Sludgehammer Yokai Dub Trigger Warning Undeniable Rmx (original by Truth) Critical Dub Furtive Psychonauts Rmx (original by The Illuminated) Kami Hex Dub IHTFP Vagrant Rfx i2i Orb Weaver (featuring Organik)
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    Kinetic

    https://soundcloud.com/vaxxn/kinetic A mix of glitch/techno/techy dubstep for the holidays. Enjoy!
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    Halo

    https://soundcloud.com/vaxxn/halo Uploading 2 new mixes for the holiday season. First up is this one, a collection of bass music songs all in 3/4 & 6/8 time signatures.
  14. Broadcasts every Friday on Rwd.FM Chat here during the broadcast. [Air Times] 2-4pm EST 1-3pm CST 12-2pm MST 11am-1pm PST 7pm-9pm GMT This show features a wide selection ranging from fresh, unreleased bass music tunes to obscure electronica & IDM jams of the last 30 years. I've been broadcasting since August of this year and the station has allowed me to spin whatever I want, so it can get pretty weird sometimes. I'll be bumping this thread close to broadcast time. Lock in & get active in chat! @Vaxxn - Bandcamp Twitter Soundcloud
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    Mythos

    https://soundcloud.com/vaxxn/mythos This mix has a few original tunes in it, including one of my Plaid remixes, but is mostly music by other folks. Contains both unreleased dubs & released tunes.
  16. Hello WATMM. I got a new radio slot over at RWD.FM. Every Friday afternoon (2-4pm EST time) I will be playing a mixture of tunes in a variety of genres. IDM/ambient/electronica will be quite present in the tracklists, and the DJ mix/EDM segments will stay techy & heady. This graphic shows the broadcast time in a variety of time zones: Below is the pilot episode that I submitted to the station to procure the show: https://soundcloud.com/vaximal/feral-sound Hope you decide to check it out! There's a chatroom to talk shit while the show is on air. Archives downloads & tracklists here. Here's the archive for the first episode, aired last Friday... Download/Tracklist
  17. This is one of my biggest and baddest sets ever made, featuring 4 hours of continuous party music, between all kinds of genres between twerk and dubstep and lots of mashup goodness by yours truly. A lot of love went into this, enjoy!
  18. Last weekend I spun some dubstep and trap tunes at an event in my town, featuring a bunch of local artists, rappers and DJ's, sponsored by a local youth organisation. It was originally going to be outdoors in the middle of the town square, but due to heavy rain we had to move to a nearby club. After a ton of work disassembling and moving all the equipment in the rain, we started much later than planned but things got pretty wild and fun anyway!
  19. This is a CD that Zip Sound is putting out. It will be available for order January 1st, 2014. It will contain tracks from a variety of deep bass music artists from the USA. The CD will be a completely black disc in matte black packaging. The compilation will also be available as a digital download for a nominal price. We're currently uploading previews every day for the compilation. Here's previews of what's up so far: More to come! Don't sleep on this one!
  20. Low End NYC Presents Goth Trad Goth Trad will be playing at Cameo Gallery on thursday 9pm. the openers are: Dub Fiction soundsystem (Live), Valerie Molano, Maro, Dubamine Venue Information: Cameo Gallery 93 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY, 11211 http://www.cameony.com i think i will go to this. i love goth trad. i just love his industrial and abstract and frequently harsh approach to the original dubstep sound. And so deep. eeeeeee it says it starts at 9. the probably means he won't even be playing until like midnight anyway doesn't it....?
  21. https://soundcloud.com/vaxxn/new-girl Free 320 download on the Soundcloud! Please toss some comments/shares/likes/follows this way if you enjoy! Soundcloud Twitter Facebook
  22. This compilation comes out this weekend! Available from Keep Deep! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo4FssWGEl4 It features this collaborative track I did with Morning High: https://soundcloud.com/morninghigh/morning-high-vax-detachment Big up!
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    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.
  24. OK so I have a huge boner for Noisia. Their work with the Foreign Beggars has been excellent, though the rapping has been pretty hit or miss for me. But I was still pretty psyched to hear they did a whole album together. Still on my first listen, overall pretty positive! I love that it still has some pretty classical-y elements (one of the Dutch boys is classically trained, can't remember whom) but is, as expected, poppy, crunchy, and big. So far the lyrics are a little distracting. The single - Make Those Move - is badass, reminds me of their Prodigy remix. Free DL too if y'all want.
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    Grey Summer

    dubstep mix by yours truly about 30% original tracks https://soundcloud.com/v_a_x/grey-summer
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