Artist: Anton Lanski Title: Overcrowded Mind Catalogue #: 1bit 030
"New year, new faces: Following the steps of Igor O. Vlasov, Anton Lanski is our second recruitment from Russia. He debuts with an EP rich of flawless tech house - harmonic melody layers surrounded by tasty rythms. Driving and relaxing at the same time - a perfect match with the sound of 1bit, foreshadowing feelings of spring in the midst of cold winter nights."
5x MP3 in a quality of 320kbps.
Whole release including cover as ZIP-file: 55 MB.
Now available at: www.1bit-wonder.com.
"Kiorda keeps his personal tradition of coming up with surprising new stuff on each release he does for us. This time he makes you dive deep into ambient: Glitchy sounds and melodies of engrossed elegance create a haunting yet still wonderfully relaxing atmosphere. With each minute passing, "3" becomes an even more massive trip inwards, sucking you in for its whole run time of about half an hour."
4x MP3 in a quality of 320kbps.
Whole release including cover as ZIP-file: 57.5 MB.
Now available at: www.1bit-wonder.com.
[poli070] semper fidelis-sampler vom pöliticide.net - netlabel.
Release: Dezember 28th, 2007
01-Tarkatak - Kat ak rat
02-Boris Balkan - Rescue of my old casette in Japon occidental
03-Pantherklub - Corruption
04-Ian Asher - Taradair
05-Florian Filsinger - Reptile
06-Tomas Haas - C20H25CO3
07-Yoursck - Celestial Intention (idm mix)
08-Kasper Hate and the Emotronic - Blistering Machine (LoveElectricMix)
09-Das Timbo - El Ektro
10-Silvio und Ronny - Slam Pöetry
11-Beatpoeten - Dorothy Gale
12-Salamandroids - Ghost - Nachricht von Sven (live)
01 dawnrock - Bong-o-phon
02 margaret dygas - Roses are red
03 marco zenker - Underbongoklein
04 violett - Beamamma
05 easy changes - Cordoba
06 dana ruh - Ohemja
07 jorge savoretti - Flan de bongos
08 maresh - Rewrite
09 dario zenker - Reason for klein
10 ralph sliwinski - Corcey funk
11 von haugwitz - Smongo
12 daniel rajkovic - Klein14 kob
13 step - You
14 hubble - East of eden
15 O.Vince - De paseo
16 jacqui & frank master - Chanté Chaud
17 seph - Dana Ruh - Ohemja (Seph Remix)
IPUNK - ATTACK EP - EARLY SUPPORT BY MUMBAI SCIENCE, AUTOKRATZ,..
CRUX046: iPunk "Attack"
CRUX Records goes to Austria this time! We bring you the awesome clean, deep and dark electro techno sound of iPunk. Includes remix pack with the likes of Nickel (EX "Hey Today!" member making a much appreciated solo effort) - He brings that special sound that we all loved from his past productions plus the new rising star Flake who gives to techno a swing twist and Topper Harley from the mighty Acidkids adding his electro house flavor.
EARLY SUPPORT FROM: Switch, Mumbai Science, Autokratz, Blatta & Inesha, Larry Tee, aUtOdiDakT, The Rox, Sharooz, Markus Lange, MAGNVUM, Doc Trashz, Anderson Noise, JELO, Deface, The Oddword and many more
Released by: CRUX Records
Release/catalogue number: CRUX046
Release date: Jan 23, 2012
Kraftwerk invented it in the seventies. Hip hop jacked it in eighties. Techno took it underground in the nineties. And then strange things happened in the noughties. House and dubstep co-opted the word "electro", shifting its meaning and confusing people. Good people. People like YOU.
You've forgotten what real electro sounds like. But that's ok, because we're here to remind you. Electro is the sound of robots dreaming of a science fiction future, making machine music in their bedrooms with pulsing drum machines, while their keytars gently bleep. OK, maybe not so much the keytars, but probably some squelching synths, and sci fi samples and even the occasional vocoder, all washed down with lashings and lashings of funk.
Today, electro continues to evolve, embracing modern production techniques and digital sound design, mutating into something so alien it barely resembles most of today's dance music. And yet it does. It SO does, and we have over 100 tracks that prove it, from relentless hardcore dancefloor tracks to intricately tweaked bedroom chin-scratchers; from melodic retro tributes to the escapist soundtrack of science fiction futures.
So why not consider parting with the princely sum of exactly zero money and opening your ears to the amazingly free Electro Compendium? Who knows, you might even learn something.
released 11 September 2012
Compiled in 2012 by Dave Paton and Jean Paul Bondy