DMC champion Jon1st and classically trained producer Shield are button-pushing the limits of an electronic live act in this stunning performance, creating some pretty high readings on the dopeness scale.
Halfway through this 2-hour live set you might well start wondering if all these tunes were really produced by only one person, and one person alone. Transitioning effortlessly from ambientesque soundscapes to mellow Downtempo grooves and trippy Breaks, from glitchy rhythms to dope beats, leading us through deeply psychedelic patches just to soar up into…
Ambient House, Breaks, Acid, Tech. Uplifting, mellow, ecstatic, inebriating, hallucinogenic. Bright and sunny at the beginning, turning rather dark and nocturnal towards the end. It’s been a while since I recorded a DJ mix, and even longer since it had a notable amount of four-to-the floor tracks in it. Go here to download the file,…
Adam Freeland. New DJ mix. Titled ‘From The Desert, For The Forests‘. Hashtag Psych Breakbeat. We’re in for a real treat.
“DJ & Web Designer/Developer from the UK. Like my beats broken.” That’s what Ollie Kavanagh’s SoundCloud profile reads. Gotta love this kind of attitude.
Housey warmth, technoid ecstasy and ambientesque calms, casual uplift and melodic hypnotism, all rolled into one. Good stuff from Sam Goku.
So much good music out there at the moment. Like this DJ mix of exclusively unreleased tracks by Dark Sky, for instance.
Good things are oozing out of the gaps between House, Electro, Bass, Breaks and… Trance. Intriguingly psychedelic things, that is. Read all about it here and embark on the journey by pressing the play button below.
A name that brings back Nag Champa flavoured memories of days spent between flourescent depictions of mushrooms and eleves: Bluetech. The North American artist had quite a unique sound already 15 years ago, when his mellow Downtempo Psychedelia were released on quality imprints like Aleph Zero or Interchill. Pleasure to hear that he didn’t lose…
Adam Freeland – a man who needs no further introduction to readers of this blog. He just dropped a brand new DJ mix for Solid Steel Radio and, no big surprise here, it’s pretty damn eclectic, diverse and catchy. Also he told some words about his life in the desert and his most recent creative…
Celebrating the release of his new album HA! Jon Kennedy presents 65 fairly energetic minutes of Breaks, Bass Music Trip Hop and Dope Beats.
Extending over 1 hour and bordering the realms of cheesiness at some points, here’s a sonic kingdom full of ecstatic, sunlit soundscapes.
A deep and melodic amalgamation of genres like Downbeat, Dub Techno, Break Beats and Electronica, creating a 72-minute musical journey.
It’s getting increasingly hard to get me excited about four-to-the-floor Electronic Dance Music. However, the Extrawelt guys never fail to do so. Arne, one half of the German duo formerly known as Spirallianz and Midimiliz, delivers a deeply hallucinogenic DJ mix that takes some pleasantly unexpected turns.
One hour of pure dopeness: DJ Nu-Mark of Jurassic 5 presents a wild mash-up of skits and samples, of old and new tunes – everything mixed, cutted and blended with deadly precision.
To put it plain and simple, this is an absolutely stunning mix. Deep, melodic, full of changes in rhythm and texture, and last but not least extremely danceable: Alex Banks ticks all the boxes of what I consider to be good dance music, as a producer and as a DJ.
Adam Freeland delivers a new DJ mix and, no surprise here, he’s killing it. Sublime melodies merge into an every changing variety of rhythm structures, talking the listener on a 71-minute journey. Deep and trippy dance music at it’s best.
English beatmaker and drummer Jon Kennedy presents a one-hour musical journey through laid-back Trip Hop, bitcrushed Funk, Dope Beats, quirky Breaks and other mellow grooves.