Static Systems podcast!

If you haven’t already heard the new podcast by Static Systems you should check it out right now! This time its been mixed by non other than Dustin Hulton. In fact I will save you the time of trying to find the podcast yourself here is the embed from soundcloud… Its a fresh sound and […]

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October 25, 2014

I need a miracle

The klaxons have recently released a new single “show me a miracle”, no doubt many many people will think that the Klaxons have written this song all by themselves…and it is original but it does sound awfully familiar to the 90′s “I need a miracle” by fragma. The Klaxons are making quite a habit out […]

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July 8, 2014

Dance music not the same?

There is still lots of debate about dance music and where it is heading.. with some saying it is getting better and other saying its getting worse! So we have decided to set up this poll to see what you guys actually think? Do you think that mainstream dance music has lost its way or […]

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July 8, 2014

Bassmusicblog got hacked

Today I logged myself into bassmusicblog and found that it had some weird code appearing at the top of the site. After a little bit of investigating I found out that a computer nerd under the rather saddo alias “PrinceHackz” had hacked the blog… well the hacker didn’t specifically targeted the bassmusicblog but hacked the […]

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July 8, 2014

Sometimes music is just timeless

Nowadays we live in such a superficial world that we tend to forget that music should be not liked because it is popular but liked because you like it and it means something to you. I started listening to La Ritournelle by Sebastian Tellier a piece of music I forgot about, a piece of music […]

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July 8, 2014

Kassem Mosse – Interviewed by Kowton & October

This Friday sees someone who has been described as ‘the European Omar S’ come to Bristol, to play for the Caravan crew. I refer, of course, to Kassem Mosse, maker of dirty weirdy house music and much admired by Joy Orbison, D Bridge and the Autonomic crew, not to mention by pretty much everyone interested […]

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July 8, 2014

Eleven Tigers – Fold

Just been pointed to this badboy release by Eleven Tigers which is available via donation, or simply offering an email address.  It’s a sick blend of heavy, dark electronics and bumping beats.  Really good.  Check it aht here:  

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July 8, 2014

Slow House Mix

As I said, I was in Prague for a little while last week.  Think I need a holiday now.  Biggups to all the people I met, who let me stay at their house, who helped arrange gigs, drove me places, gave me food/booze, danced, drank and everything else.  No thanks to Česká pošta.  Think that about covers […]

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July 8, 2014

more ghost type stuff yoof dubstep mix

People with an ear in the breakbeat scene will mostly know Yoof from his various (and massively influential) projects in the harder edge of that scene, including Mechanoise Records, Sonz of Mecha, the Decksterity record shop in Greenwich and collaborations with most of the tear-out scene’s leading players, but being a Sarf Lahndan lad he’s always kept […]

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July 8, 2014

Pev – Aztec Chant/Livity (Livity Sound)

Among the most confidently original dance music producers around, Peverelist  always operates somewhere under the radar. ‘Aztec Chant’s acid house drum machines and Photek breakbeats spiral into the heart of the bassbin. ‘Livity’ encapsulates the life-force its title refers to, almost maddeningly alive with jabbing keys, a writhing spine of bass and overwhelmingly layered rhythmic […]

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July 8, 2014