Tuesday, 26 June 2012
DBR UK & Displaced Paranormals - Power - Architecture Recordings
Monday, 25 June 2012
Saturday, 23 June 2012
Inception:Λudio’s goal is to alter the perceptions of what electronic music can be. Gathering the unique talents of underground artists from the darkest corners of the globe, we aim to create experimental, challenging and Λlien soundscapes that are truly not of this planet.
Taking inspiration from dubstep, drum & bass, techno and science Fiction concepts, Inception:Λudio’s family of like-minded sound designers create music that ranges from the strangely uplifting to the downright disturbing.
Vocals, jarring basslines plus natural and industrial elements, all combine to transport your entire being to new frontiers of immersive pleasure
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Friday, 22 June 2012
Sinuous attitude of producing quality over quantity, whether its a tune or artist, has served him well and it is an image associated with Sinuous Records. New artists that have the flair and imagination that Sinuous Records want to push forward. With releases from new artists such as Allied, Masheen, Sunchase and meany more ,Sinuous are investing in these artists and paving the way in D&B for years to come
All Sinuous back catalogue is available on digital, as well as limited vinyl
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Wednesday, 20 June 2012
Homemade Weapons Seattle, United States
Released by: Cyclone Recordings
Release/catalogue number: Cyc00
Release date: May 21, 2012
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Homemade Weapons Seattle, United States
We decided to catch up with our latest artist signed under Cyclone Recordings
1.Explain a little about yourself and your background and why you started to make drum & bass,
In the early 90's I was going to industrial shows and I was exposed to techno which led me to raves, which exposed me to breakbeat jungle. I loved the extremity and intensity of it. I was hooked from then on.
I started djing jungle / dnb in 1995 in Baltimore, MD and relocated to Seattle, WA. in 2000. I started to experiment with various computer music production software around that time, and hadn't made it a primary focus until a couple years ago.
2.who inspires you musically and for what reasons
As far as drum n bass, I'd definitely have to say anything in the 90's from Photek, Source Direct, Decoder - the drum programming is still incredible to me. The arrangements and presence of GLR/LGR stuff, and of course - the way techstep came along and crushed us all on the dancefloor. Otherwise, I'm inspired by different types of Hip Hop, Old Funk / Soul, and all sorts of rock - classic to death metal.
3.What was it that appealed to you about the minimal and experimental sounds?
I'm essentially trying to make what I would have made in the late 90's / early 00's if I would have had the resources and focus I have now. I took a break from dnb for awhile because there didn't seem to be an ear anywhere for the stuff that I really enjoyed playing. I kind of lost interest when everything seemed really lead driven so I became involved with other live music projects.
There was a brief moment when I made some insanely noisy, glitchy, hyper edit "tear out" stuff... I was in a death metal / hardcore band and I'd experiment with a lot of the same concepts we were using in the band - only with breakbeats and reeces instead.
Nowadays, I think the motivation is having better control of the sounds I'm using.
4.If you were stuck on a desert island, what two things would you take with you?”
Probably a solar powered laptop and a friend.
5. What else do you see in store and what should we be looking out for.
I have A LOT of collaborations with really incredible people getting wrapped up at the moment - mostly drum n bass, but a couple other projects at different tempos as well. I'm still doing a lot of stuff with Dubtek, Quadrant, and my Seattle crew too. I have forthcoming releases on Cylon, Inception, Adapt, Citrus, Rubik, and Seattle's Onset Audio, and plan to make my first trip overseas later this year.