Archive for Electronic

27 May 2010

Drop It 11

6 Comments Drop it, Dubstep, Electronic, Experimental, House

By Jeremy Geddes

Today I decided to put up a new “Drop It” selection. You remember? This was originally created for all the tracks that reached our dropbox on soundcloud. Today it’s more about the whole collection of tracks that reached us in any way. We try to go through most of them, at least as many as possible and select the ones that could impress us the most. So here we go this is our 11th selection. If you’d like to make it in this post, just put it in our dropbox, send us an email or message on soundcloud or facebook and we’ll look into it. We don’t let our personal music taste influence our choice, we’ll try to select the tracks objectively. Here we go.

A new remix by Graphics has reached our dropbox! Again he managed to impress us with his production skills.

Picturehouse – Blackout Rolling ft. Mr ShaoDow (Graphics Remix)

The next track I’d like you to listen is one I discovered accidentally earlier this week. I was searching hypem for a cool track to make a little animation on. Suddenly I bounced on the following track. I’m not even sure about the complete name. But it rocks! Enjoy! For those who’re interested here’s the little animation I was talking about: Energize Case Study (vimeo)

Pretty Lights – Finally Moving Remix

For all retro game fans, more specifically Zelda, here’s a brand new track by BbobNRokstedy produced around the original 8-bit Zelda tunes and bleeps. For all DJs who’d like to surprise their crowd with some nostalgic gameboy sounds. This electro banger is a 320. Have fun!

BbobNRokstedy – Zelda 2.0

Next up is Owl Vision! From previous posts about this Swedish trash machine we know this is gonna be extremely hard and dirty. If that’s not enough he actually trashed up Toxic avenger this time. Oh boy…

The Toxic Avenger – Toxic Is Dead (Owl Vision Remix)

What about some dubstep and a catchy vocal? Here’s the answer: Zoe Leela remixed by The Unik and Tambour Battant. *explosion!

Zoe Leela – Destroy She Says (The Unik and Tambour Battant Remix)

To end with I have a house remix of the legendary Message In The Bottle by the Police. That’s right! I bet you all can’t wait to find out how that sounds like. Right?

The Police – Message In The Bottle (Thoko Bootleg Remix)

So far our 11th drop it post. As you can see all genres are welcome. We select the ones we like for whatever what reason. Enjoy!

14 May 2010

Human Life

No Comments Electro, Electronic, House

“Under water” by Jill Greenberg.

This morning I was going through my phase02 mailbox and discovered I missed a quite interesting message. It seems the LA based trio Human Life is going to release their debut single on the 7th of June. Three house legends joining forces mixing up their styles to a French Touch influenced Electro-Pop sound. Enjoy these remixes by the Acid Girls and Polygon Palace. Again some tunes to make you ready for the summer.

Human Life – In It Together (Acid Girls Remix)

Human Life – In It Together (Polygon Palace Remix)

06 May 2010

Headshotboyz into downtempo?

3 Comments Electronic, Experimental

via baubauhaus

I hope the sun is shining where you’re living. In Belgium it’s rather grey for the time of the year. Can’t wait for the summer! I know the Budapest based Headshotboyz will agree with me. Strange enough these two tech-house experts came up with a little “sun-drenched” downtempo track. Not something you’d expect from these guys.

Lets not try to figure out why — instead just enjoy this exceptional deviation. I’d actually love to see more artists stray from their natural habitat.

Headshotboyz – 24.0

15 Apr 2010

Hermanos Inglesos – Joeysuki

4 Comments Electro, Electronic, Tech House

Recently, Belgian producers Hermanos Inglesos released their first album called The Wander Of You, a very stylish debut if you ask me. Most of the tracks are real floorfillers. Take for instance the home 0207 remix, originally by Plastic operator, it still is one of the bounciest tracks ever made imo. Still the freshest tune without doubt is wanderland, the first track on the album. It’s a much deeper, spacy and techy track than the other ones, I really like it. It will be released on EP in may on Pias and it will feature a vocal of  Lara Chedraoui (from Intergalactic Lovers, looking forward to that one!) and a remix by Clashes a.k.a Villa.
They already released the second track of the album, called Take Me Down, on EP featuring 3 new remixes. The guys were so kind to share a track from the EP with us.
Show them some love and buy the album or the EP!

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Hermanos Inglesos – Take Me Down (Jaimie Fanatic remix)

Take Me Down EP on Beatport.
The Wander Of You on Beatport.

Next up, a very cool housy track by Dutch producer Joeysuki that I recently discovered in a fresh mixtape. The original is pretty minimalistic, the Joeysuki remix sounds a bit more beat heavy. Keep an eye on this talented guy!

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Milton Channels, Andrea Saenz, Sebastian Reza, Pablo Basel – Trip (JoeySuki Remix) / Spinnin’ Records

Check out one of Joeysuki’s latest EP’s on Beatport right here.

24 Mar 2010


7 Comments Brokenbeat, Electronic, Experimental

Flying Lotus is finished his acclaimed masterpiece and is ready to share it with the rest of us. This album is apparently one seamless piece of music, an opus, a journey through an astral landscape. It’s been described as a “space opera” amongst other things – an appropriate tittle that suggests the perplexing scale of this cosmic body of unearthly music. I’m not quite sure how he’s done it, one can only guess and make assumptions as to how he has crafted cosmogramma into a single entity, having also curated many guest appearances, including a collaboration with Thom York on the track “And The World Laughs With You.”

I have an inkling that there will be at least a few new surprises on this album in addition to the signature Dilla-inspired beat work we’ve come to associate with his music. 3×3 featured tracks from Lotus that didn’t even have beats, and personally, I found that refreshing. Lotus recently did an interview with Gilles Peterson on Radio One where he showcased some of the new materials from the album; unfortunately, that show is no longer up on the BBC player, but someone’s taken the time to edit the tracks from that broadcast into a mini cosmogramma preview. There are more rips floating about but I didn’t want to spoil all the fun.


01. Clock Catcher
02. Pickled!
03. Nose Art
04. Intro//A Cosmic Drama
05. Zodiac Shit
06. Computer Face//Pure Being
07. And The World Laughs With You ft. Thom Yorke
08. Arkestry
09. Mmmhmm ft.Thundercat
10. Do The Astral Plane
11. Satelllliiiiiteee
12. German Haircut
13. Recoiled
14. Dance Of The Pseudo Nymph
15. Drips//Auntie’s Harp
16. Table Tennis ft. Laura Darlington
17. Galaxy In Janaki

Cosmogramma marks my second “must have” albums of 2010 and will be released in early May through Warp records. Speaking of which, Pre-orders for the first edition CD’s or gatefold vinyl are avaiable now through Bleep. These limited edition copies come with some extra fancy packaging and maybe some other stuff. Read more and order it here.

Flying Lotus – Quakes
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Gonjasufi – Ancestors (Produced by Flying Lotus)
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23 Mar 2010

Nicolas Eller

7 Comments Electronic, Experimental, Techno

via 19plus

Nicolas Eller, a young Dortmund based Techno producer also known as Kasi The Robot has recently released his latest production Oh Caecillia on Orps Records. I discovered this talent a couple days back when he shared his track on soundcloud. Love that tool. It has brought me to several great music producers lately. Enjoy one of Nicolas’ more dreamy electronic experiments Tagtraum.

Nicolas Eller – Tagtraum

Buy Oh Caecillia on Beatport.