Thursday, September 18, 2014

DJ Earl x DJ Taye - Kant You See



Pure XTC. Love the vocals and mesmerizing synth works. "Kant You See... It's Too Late" - bang.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sascha Müller [Sascha Müller Music 1000010]

Sascha Müller's endless journey through the realms of quality electronic music continues and once again he's serving another top notch long- or better midplay assault on one of his own labels. With "1000010" he's following up to the concept of his previous album release not to care about track names no more but to focus on musical content indeed which means, in this case, seven pieces of classic Techno partly melodic with a clear connection to the mighty motor city scene, partly - like in "No9" - bathing in bubbly Acid baths or serving tripping dry minimalisms with loads of percussive elements that could be filed under the flag of Future Tribal whilst reminiscing to legendary work like Plastikman's "Spastik" or "Spaz" and mixing these influences up with deepest DubTechno chords to a great, floating effect. Even heavily filter tweaking White Noise Techno with a raw bunker twist can be found here ("No12") providing the right soundtrack for illegal squat raves taking place in run down industrial estate areas whilst the final cut "No13" turns out to be a super stripped down, vocal FX  heavy piece for Techno purists only. Great work, again.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Goldie & The Heritage Orchestra - “Timeless (Sine Tempore)" Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on Sat 14th June 2014



A tune that lasts forever. Loved the 12" of this tune from day dot. Discovered this version via Tanith.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Big Brother On Acid - Big Brother On Acid [Al Real On Musique Promo]

File under: bass from the wild side. What's scheduled for release via Al Real On Musique on October 28th as the same-titled debut of the Big Brother On Acid project is a challenge for those dealing with heavy bass music as this eleven-track assault is setting out to destroy P.A.'s and braincells whilst mashing up all kind of musical influences and psychedelisms, creating a wild sonic patchwork drawing heavily from Dubstep / Brostep but also from psyched out Dope Beats / Big Beat-producers like Depth Charge, experimental cut ups, Mutant Instrumental HipHop and sampling weirdest things like Easy Listening, FreeJazz and Ethnic Music on acid but, like it says in "It Was All Very Good" samplewise, "...no-one had a bad trip". But a very colourful and trippy one indeed that even refers to classic Trance elements in "Vandalism (BBOA Mix)" and deepest Balearic Dub in the following tune "Sunday Today" before mixing things up with EDM-like melody breakdowns. Due to its kinda wild musical mixture possibly not everyones cup of tea, but defo not a bad one if you're looking for spaced-out leftfield bass music that's willing to take a lot of risks. But some criticism appears - Big Brother On Acid should invest some time in figuring out how to program proper outros for tracks instead of cutting things off what seems mid-track at some points.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Embracing .gif-Culture

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

baze.djunkiii Charts 09/2014

01. The Bug - Angels & Devils [Ninja Tune]
See review for details...

02. Rutger Zuydervelt - Stay Tuned [Baskaru 031 Promo]
See review for details... 

03. Waze & Odyssey - Ride My Junk [W&O Street Tracks]
Released in mid-2013 it seemed like I missed out on Waze & Odyssey's "Ride My Junk" initially but thanks to what seems to be a repress this two massive recuts by Chamboche and Squarehead caught my attention just now. Pumping, stab-heavy House music with a bit of a Future Garage-twist - best used in the second half of the night played out to an ecstatic, well sensitive audience to a huge effect. Niceness.

04. Vince Watson - Rock-It E.P.[Poker Flat Recordings 151 Promo]
Vince Watson's second EP on Poker Flat Recordings and once again the Bio-head takes things to a spiralling, technoid level with a classic Motor City-twist. Ecstatic, climaxing chord-works on "Rock-It", a more uplifting, playful vibe as well as epic synth constructions on "Sonar" and finally a stripped-down, positive warm up jam named "Feel-It (Instrumental)" make this one a good one for a reason.

05. Marco Resmann - 05:27 [Upon.You Records 083 Promo]
What a killer piece served by Marco Resmann on his very own imprint. "Spider Web" on the A-side comes up as a thrilling, futuristic and yet melodic TechHouse workout with a pretty mesmerizing synth line and ever evolving leads whilst "Time Factor" on B1 provides primetime brockouts by sending out heavy, isolated signals to the very heart of the dancefloor on top of a pumping but diffident drum set before 'troity synth complexity takes over and sends whole crowds to off-kilter heavens. Finally the title track - sporting, for those who know, a very personal name indeed - serves a tense, crime scene athmosphere, dark'ish, gnarly synth stabs and a shady, direful overall vibe that announces the advent of something big and unexpected. Watch your space.

06. Pascal Hetzel - Feel That Beat [UYX 002 Promo]

Pascal Hetzel's debut on the Berlin-based Upon.You Records whitelabel series UYX and at the same his very first solo 12" ever serves three tracks for those who love their TechHouse stripped down, functional and hypnotic. Especially the B1 tune "The Brut 909" sticks out on this one due to serving raw, unprocessed and rhythmically advanced beat structures for heaving late night floors and dark underground night outs whilst "Something Happens" on B2 brings on proper ClubTechno stabs and slightly bubbling Acid references. Nice.

07. Lou Reed - Metal Machine Music: First Full Instrumental Version Performed Live By Zeitkratzer [Zeitkratzer Productions Promo]
See review for details...

08. Trentemøller - Lost Reworks [In My Room Promo]
Trentemøller did it again. After his recent album "Lost" and the follow up "Lost Instrumentals"  the "Lost Reworks" piece unveils a new perspective on his latest longplay assault, catering a bunch of seven new remixes by the likes of Toydrum, Jenny Wilson, Unkwon, T.O.M. And His Computer as well as three reworks crafted by the man himself who seems to be on a musical journey towards ultimate DarkWave and GothRock terrains these days. Thrilling for sure, but even for die-hard fans three full on vinyl versions of one album might a bit over the top when it comes to terms of commercial exploitation.

09. Özlem Schonskuttel / Justine Falschsaur - Split [Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse 003 Promo]
See review for details...

10. Littlebrutalravebastards Series Vol. 6 [Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse 002 Promo]

See review for details...

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Kalipo - Yaruto [Antime Promo]

Set for release on September 12th via the remarkable Antime-imprint is the debut longplay effort of Jakob Häglsperger a.k.a. Kalipo, a man of many synths - known not only for being part of the massive stage phenomenon they call Frittenbude and previous works under his Das Basslaster moniker but also for his highly praised contributions to Audiolith's Stiff Little Spinners-series where he started to shape his unique soundscapes somewhere in between Deep- and highly melodic Romantic House, super-thrilling Future Garage excursions with masterly chopped vocal works and massive anaologue killer basslines - see especially "Come" for this one - , chromatic TechHouse affairs like delivered in the albums title track as well as further excursions into lovely Ambient playgrounds that slowly evolve into epic spiralling uptempo dancefloor movements accompanied by angelic voices ("Get Rich") and pure ecstasy. Deepest joyful swing with a slightly melancholia driven twist is to be found in the sweet, late night Future Garage-workout "Take Care Of Your Paradise" whilst echoing PostJungle-elements and heavily chopped Breakbeats add a bit of extra flavour to the highly emotional, floating "Ganja" House and the playful, frolicking "Wilt" even features what seems like the steady rattle of an oldskool'ish computer keyboard in its intro sequence - a nice reference to the analogue nature of "Yaruto" which is defo one of the most recommendable albums released throughout the late summer / early fall of 2014. Nice one.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Mike Skinner - Not Cricket



#nextlevelgarage. ultimate #niceness.

Sunday, September 07, 2014

Not A Playlist: baze.djunkiii experimental set 06.09.2014 @ LSB.TV #19

This list includes the records played in baze.djunkiii's Drone / Experimental / Noize set in  alphabetical order:

Anthony Child - Boys, School  Showers & Swimming Pools [Downwards 024]
Asmus Tietchens / Kouhei Matsunaga - Split [Important Records 334]
Crass - Reality Asylum / Shaved Women [Crass Records]
Diktat Der Maschine [Sozialistischer Plattenbau 003]
Flutwacht - Traumsplitter [The Tourette Tapes 008]
Gradient Communication [Lathe Cut 10"]
K.O.T. - Z [K.O.T.]
Peder Mannerfelt - Lines Describing Circles [Digitalis Industries 066]
Tarkatak [Drone Records 034]
TBC [Drone Records 037 Promo]
Wäldchengarten - Six Silver Bullets [KFI 004]
Ypasswdd Daemons - Traceroute_to_207.46.131.13 [Sozialistischer Plattenbau]

Saturday, September 06, 2014

06.09.2014 Liquid Sky Berlin presentz #lsb_TV #19


featuring:

adsx [liquid sky berlin]
baze.djunkiii [intrauterin recordings / liquid sky berlin]
dr walker [liquid sky berlin / lsb_tv]
mokry [lsb_tv]
sheldon drake

start: 00.00 GMT+1

drone / noize / triphop / dope beatz / experimental fkkd up music & visuals

TUNE IN HERE!

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Various Artists - Hyperdub 10.3 [Hyperdub Promo]

10 years of Hyperdub. Numerous releases. Countless tracks. Genre diversification. Echoes of bass and PostRave-ambience. And it's exactly the latter that the third part of the labels anniversary compilation series is all about - the beatless textures, the grainy non-silence and twisted but yet athmospheric synthesizer workouts that have have always been present in the labels catalogue but never really made their way into the sonic limelight although being loved and appreciated interludes and exciting creative offsprings emerging out of the artists studios complementing their heavy bass assaults. On "Hyperdub 10.3" we'll find 23 of these, new and exclusive material alongside tunes taken from the vast Hyperdub back catalogue with the majority of them providing short - like less than 3 minutes - excursions into thrilling, crackling, unfathomable dimensions, partly cold like outer space, partly floating or even - like Laurel Halo's "Melt" - touching Jazz-infused territories, sweet vocal bits and even epic (Neo)Cosmic-pieces like Ikonika's "Completion V.3" or Fhloston Paradigm's ten minutes synth jam journey named "Liloo's Seduction". Further tracks are provided by the likes of Dean Blunt, The Bug, Cooly G, Lee Gamble, Burial, DJ Earl, Fatima Al Qadiri whose melodious "Shanxi" is one of the main highlights featured on "Hyperdub 10.3" and many many more which unveil a completely new and formerly hidden variant of the Hyperdub universe. Nice.

Monday, September 01, 2014

Little Brutal Rave Bastards Series Vol. 6 [Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse 002 Promo]



It's been 14 years now since the initial volume of the Little Brutal Rave Bastards Series was launched as a split release between Dhyana Records / Augsburg and Intrauterin Recordings / Hamburg and it's a pleasure to see that the series is still going strong with it's sixth volume being unleashed via Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse these days. Switching formats from vinyl to C120 cassette - yes, 120 minutes of music on tape! - with this issue once again the lover of quirky Hard & Industrial Techno  and over the top, super dry Rhythm Industrial is confronted with weird track titles like "Du Hast Nicht Mal Die Ultraschallbilder Angeschaut", "Fötenkult Oktoberfest", "Bidol Ass", "Soufleefresse" and "Der Bauer In Kambodscha Hat Auch Kein Verlangen Nach Spotify", spot on attacks of humorless Distortion Noize, super-underground Techno assaults for steel armored bunker raves, MP Gabba and further sonic warfare made for the sick and headstrong. Kill KetamineHouse, these are the Rave Bastards from hell!




Saturday, August 30, 2014

Justine Falschsaur / Özlem Schonskuttel - Split Cassette [Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse 003 Promo]

Recently released via the unpredictable and undeniably leftfield Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse is this limited C15 split tape edition which is the very first release for both of the young aged, female Berlin-based artists Justine Falschsaur and Özlem Schonskuttel which are bringing a little light and hope to the dark, serious and predominantly white middle-aged men ruled realms of the experimental music scene. Whilst Özlem Schonskuttel's "Tankless Rinnai" on the A-side takes care of beatless wobbly, ever moving LFO bleep modulations with a 70's sci-fi'esque movie twist we see Justine Falschsaur's "Beacon Carrier" exploring deeper, gnarly and hexed spheres before funny little minimalistic computer melodies take over and provide a highly abstract soundtrack for super advanced dancefloors and late night nerd raves which are documented by a little field recording cut a the end of side B. Twisted like a double helix. Nice.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Tre Mission - Stigmata [Big Dada Promo]



When it comes to Grime in Toronto / Canada it's the man Tre Mission representing for years and finally he has his first full length album ting on the streets via Ninja Tune's sister imprint Big Dada since earlier this month and it's defo a good ting for sure. Serving a wide range of heavy collabo tunes like "Real Grind" featuring the heavyweight voices of the angelic Andreena and mighty Wiley on microphone duties, the crowd murking crime scene cut "Rally" featuring JME or the super lively, PostJungle-influenced killer clash "Jack Pot" featuring Merky  Ace that's spelling S-T-R-E-E-T G-R-I-M-E in capitals stretched out over four minutes, Tre Mission is on fire telling sad hood stories on Caribbean-influenced slow jams like "Jessica" alongside the Canadian rap artist K-OS while he goes even tender IndiePop vs. HipHop with the semi-acoustic "Money Make (Her)" which is the second Andreena feature on "Stigmata", a tune that even might break into more commercial realms for being a perfect single that's also able to sneak onto daytime radio even. With "Get Doe" featuring Saukrates Tre Mission caters HipHop on a psyched out stop-and-go level that's about to trick a lot of DJ's out there, "Boy In The Corner" is about to please the bass loving Trap crowd as well as sex-dripping late night dancers on the hunt whilst "Milly" sends Grimeists to heaven with super low 808s, sick beats and a oriental sounding synth line calling out for a reload. On repeat for a reason. 

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Monday, August 25, 2014

#scrt_brln System Glitch - Gif Animation By baze.djunkiii

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Bug - Angels & Devils [Ninja Tune Promo]

Heavyweight. A monster. An epic piece of bass and noise, sparse in parts, packed and super condensed in others, featuring angelic voices like Liz Harris and Inga Copeland, Dancehall goddesses like Miss Red and Warrior Queen as well as fierce MCs like Manga and Flowdan on fire - this is what Kev Martin's latest and freshly released album assault "Angels & Devils" is all about. A climaxing, tense, athmospheric and pre-apocalyptic tale that serves its most intense and thrilling tune "Pandi" without a single beat but on an overdose of gravel, ecclesiastic, moanful organ chords only accompanied by simple hi-hats in its last quarter, a sonic dwellpoint before the ruminant, mantra'esque collaboration "Save Me" alongside Gonjasufi announces the advent of death, chaos and hatred with the ultra-compressed Industrial Dancehall killer "The One" which sees Flowdan spitting on peak level whilst military drumrolls, darkest walls of sound and megaton-heavy bassdrums turn down the building. It's a war on the streets outside no-one is safe from and The Bug is firing from heavy ordnances here beatwise before a 30 seconds Noize and feedback excess leads into the next anthem and introduces a new level of Grime music - we call it DistoGrime. The intro clarion sequence of "Function feat. Manga" calls out for a rewind and floors go bonkers when the distorted basswaves break their way through the speakers like a stampede. Bass wars continue on coldest sci-fi low frequency modulations whilst Death Grips is on microphone duties in "Fuck A Bitch" - a tune set out to destroy any EDM rave in seconds due to ultimate sickness. More Flowdan power is to be found on the quartertime Post-NoizeDub apocalypse "Fat Man" drastically describing the urban killing fields of today and building a bridge between the bass and the sedative-induced DeathRap genre of the states. With "Fuck You" we see Warrior Queen making another bold, unquestionable lyrical statement before Flowdan is closing the circle on "Dirty", opening the DistoGrime banger with a remarkable line: "Everythings not ok, though..." and this is what The Bug is setting out to express with "Angels & Devils" for a reason. Essential album. No excuses for not getting it.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Ital - Endgame [Planet µ Promo]

To be unleashed on September 8th via Planet µ is "Endgame", Daniel Martin-McCormick's third full length album assault on Mike Paradinas' seminal imprint under his Ital alias, a vital and ever floating one for sure. Located on the borders of Techno and other 4/4-based dancefloor music the brooklynite evolves his formula of creating blurred, frolicking and fractured dancefloor visions on possibly sub-standard software grounds to a stunning effect. Whilst floating and well-fitting into the niche of so-called Intelligent Techno super-hypnotic tunes like "Coagulate" or the effervescent, Synth- and Detroit-reminiscing "Concussion" present an extrordinary, peregrine and partly even extraterrestrial vibe like hearing echoes of electronic dance music of the future or from another planet, featuring familiar patterns but still unheard alien tones, sporting thrilling dancefloor rocking tunes like the huge spiralling, chromatic Acid-emulating, ever climaxing ClubTechno workout "White II" or even atmospheric, Post-AmbientTrance-like elements that turn out to fall together as one of the sweetest closing tunes after a long night out we've heard in a while and also the albums final cut "Oche" seems to be a sweetly tripping, organic and all embracing affair that sends grooving punters safely into the ultraworld. Check.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Body Count - Talk Shxt, Get Shot (Official Video)



Not as hard and revolutionary as they used to be with their very first album but still providing proper riot music. In the house, motherfuckers!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Fred Bigot - La Voix De La Route [Les Disques On Rotin Reunis / No School Today Promo]

A label collaboration between Les Disques On Rotin Reunis and No School Today this 10" is, the latest output of the experimental-friendly Fred Bigot which we've been following since his very early untitled 12"es released around 1999 / 2000.  And as far as experimentalism goes the vinyl issue of this one - unfortunately we've only got the promo CDr version sitting in our drive - takes this attitude in to its physical manifestation with the tracks, two on the A-side and three on the flip, those being cut as parallel spiral grooves so one cannot predict exactly to which of these tunes one will be listening to when putting the needle to the record. Which is great for a reason and so is the music - on A1 still undeniably Fred Bigot due to the trademark foundation of gnarly, electronic, straightforward and hypnosis-inducing signature rhythms both reminiscing of Wave and Industrial alike, sucking ppl in like quantum physics  beyond the event horizon of a super massive black hole whilst A2 seems to be based on electronic didgeridoo emulations or - fitting to the concept of the record - reworked field recordings from his two-month road trip to US being the starting point of these pieces.  The quirky, kinda akward B1 feels like a cut, paste and layer work built from bits and pieces of John Carpenter's soundtracks and scores, B2 pays homage to very early Kraftwerk pieces with vocodered vocals and etheral, ever moving modulations and finally we see a whole zoo's animal bunch go apeshit within the plunderphonic'esque field recording mashup of B3 which is a more fever'ish, ritualistic experience only the headstrong might stand. To be released on September 21st and defo recommended for those more experimental headed amongst the readers of these pages.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Lou Reed - Metal Machine Music: First Full Instrumental Version Performed Live By Zeitkratzer [Zeitkratzer Productions Promo]

They did it. Zeitkratzer really did it. After a decade of featuring Lou Reed's legendary and defo most abstract, demanding album "Metal Machine Music" as a part of their neverending performance tours here's the first full recording of the whole album, performed as instrumental version by a full orchestral  setting including clarinets, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, percussion, violin, violoncello and double bass to a result that can only be described as ineffible. Possible as ineffible and intangible as Mr. Reed's original album - here presented as a thrilling, ever changing, Drone-led cacophonia, a musical push button factory on tilt mode, an experimental sonic information overload, a jungle of NeoClassical and Avantgarde structures that are, despite their flickering, rattling nature, floating calmly along the banks of unexplored waters, unveiling versant glimpses of melodies amongst thunderous roars, echoes of familiaritiy in abandoned, but abundantly rich and sumptuos acoustic spheres for those being schooled by musical experimentalism and the works of modern avantgarde composers. But also those yet new to this field are recommended to check out Zeitkratzer's interpretation for a reason. 

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Mike Skinner - Sierra Sensation



Post Jungle Sour Swing  with an Oldskool Rave twist. For life and #ftw.

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Sascha Müller [Sascha Müller Music 1000009]

Well, if you're kickin' out one release after another for years and years like the mighty man Sascha Müller does you're well likely to run short on track names at one point or another so it might be a clever idea to start to name tracks just in their order of appearance - "No1", "No2"... you know the deal. This is exactly what happens on this six track release that has just been put on the circuit this week and - as one might well guess - running short on names does not equal a lack of creativity here. Albeit staying mostly close to a dry, minimalistic and stripped down technoid vision here which would've well fit into the context of The Advent's badgering Highspeed Techno of the late 90s or a lot of releases on Tresor Records it's pretty clear that there's still a lot of stuff to explore in this specific field of electronic dance music that caters tool'ish fodder to all them real DJ's out there, able to fast mix and cut, blend and cause havoc with just two (or three...) turntables and a mixer whilst battering the right barrage of cold dancefloor weapons towards a breathless, sweat soaked audience. Tunes able to make a punters night the best one ever devoid of his or her individual recognition of a single tune. Classy.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Jaakko Eino Kalevi - Tecno Souvlaki (Official Music Video)



These days seems to be good days for the art and craft of animation videos. Christine Gensheimer provides wonderful work here, perfectly accompanying the playful musical approach of Jaakko Eino Kalevi's Electronic Jazz meets Skweee fusion.  On repeat.

Dels - RGB (Produced by Micachu & Kwes.)



That's some sick shit. DELS is gonna be back with a new album on October 30th, 2014. According to this preview it's gonna be a proper one. Noice.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Moire - Shelter [Werkdiscs Promo]

Scheduled for release on August 15th via Werkdiscs is "Shelter", the diverse and well thrilling album debut of the still mysterious Moire who's dealing with the endless possibilities of foggy, deeply athmospheric and yet club-related 4/4 bassdrum-based realms on this longplay piece. Introducing his more laid back, tender and dreamy side with the albums opener "Attitude" the robotic vocals and surreal feel of "Dali House feat. Bones"  that'll surely be loved by those digging the sound of Burial for his echoing visions of PostRave clubland take over heaving Techno floors in solid concrete shelters for a reason before Moire gives them people room to breathe, coming up next with playful, clap-heavy and superdry Armchair Techno as well as morphed vocal bits on "Elite / Hands On". These vocal bits are also an essential part of "Infinity Shadow", a straightforward Tech- / Future Garage fusion with a gladsome twist and sweet, lonely piano tones covered in crackling noises and audio dust whilst "No Gravity" transfers a similar vibe into a sweet'n'deep House context, providing slightly biased bassdrums for late night rides - a tune recommended to those being in love with the aesthetics of Moodyman and the likes of. Tuning in to "No Gravity" things get more lively again with a swinging, UK Funky-reminiscing intro part, nice club tempo and effervescing synth cascades setting the tone for unforgettable dancefloor moments - defo the most complex and Motor City-related tune on "Shelter" although there's not much of a Detroit Techno emulation to be found in here. Taking crowds to the "Stars" we see hard-pumping wildpitch House break through, providing razor-sharp hihat work, off kilter filters and well-spooky, haunting vocal twists alongside raw and uncut drum machine madness. Steadily bubbling Acid sporting seductive male vocals by Charlie Tappin is to be found on the hypnotic, ever climaxing "Rings" that breaks up its immanent tension with gleaming angelic string arrangements that seem announce the advent of heavenly forces before the final cut named "Mr. Figure" serves a menu of beautiful subaquatic Electronica and echoes of Detroit Techno that'll surely please all musical connaisseurs and esepcially Drexciya disciples for a reason. Nice one. Get. 

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Asbest! - Bomb The Base (Official Music Video)



Hypernuclear Electro Phonk! Love it.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Search & Destroy - Deep In The Underground *Speedfreak's Hate Mix



Just rediscovered this Gabba classic - the heavy abuse of the well known vocal sample just made my day. Hakke!

Sunday, August 10, 2014

This Is Not Exactly A Playlist...

... but an alphabetical list of records baze.djunkiii played throughout last Saturdays sets transmitted via lsb_TV.

Animalhouse [Hirntrust Grind Media / 7"]
Bass Invaders - Dubadelic [Wordsound / 2xLP]
Faust & Dälek [Bomb Mitte / 7"]
Fever - Too Bad But True [Digital Hardcore Recordings / LP]
Kardiac - Play God [Hirntrust Grind Media / 7"]
Les Trolls & Trouble Chef - La Beautee Est Dans La Chiralite [Les Trolls / 12"]
Mutamassik - Rekkez [ini.tiu / LP]
One Speed Bike - Redux [Brøklyn Beats / 12" ]
Patric Catani & Paul PM - Discovering Steve Hive [Blackhoodz / 10"]
Still - Anodyne [Bomb Mitte / 7"]
Techno Animal - Unmanned [Chrome / 12"]
[L.U.K.L.] [Hotel Lotte / 12"]

Various Artists - Bio[me]tricks [Sozialistischer Plattenbau / LP]
Various Artists - Electric Ladyland 4 [Mille Plateaux / 2xLP]
Various Artists - Electric Ladyland 5 [Mille Plateaux / 3xLP]
Various Artists - Night On Earth #02 [N.O.E. #02 / LP]
Various Artists - Plus Bas Que Terre [Cavage / LP]
Various Artists - Spunk Jazz [iLL / 2xLP]

Sascha Müller - Death Rolling Of A Mouse EP [Psychocandies 025]

We've already reblogged the preview files for this EP on the #scrt_brln tumblr project a few days ago but as Sascha Müller always provides quality in electronic dance music which shall not be mixed up with creepy and crappy EDM here we're up for a little review feature as well. Although we've got exactly no clue what that "death rolling"-thing in the split-in-two-parts title track might be we are fully aware of its musical qualities - deep, analogue Techno with a tripping Acid twist in the grinding, well hypnotizing first part, whilst the second cut is a spiralling, feedback heavy affair touching the borderline between Acid and AcidTrance but serving a lot of weird lo-fi robot sounds instead of uplifting strings or drum rolls. More spiralling, slightly psychedelic HypnoAcid is served on "The Value Of Death" - an ever climaxing journey of approx. 7 minutes length whilst the closing tune "Untitled 7" turns out to by a haunting piece of super ecstatic PsyTech with short Trance-inducing acidic loops and ritualistic drums beaten by shamen. Perfect for a trip-inducing night out in Goa / India.

Friday, August 08, 2014

09.08.2014 Liquid Sky Berlin presentz #lsb_TV #15

midnight to sunday morning 6 am
central european time

6 hours of experimental electronic music and visuals - live from berlin

newsletter via www.twitter.com/lsb_TV
homepage: www.lsb.TV

featuring:
baze.djunkiii (liquid sky berlin / intrauterin recordings hamburg)
Sunny (liquid sky berlin / moorgeister / lsb.TV)
Hendrik Mokry (liquid sky berlin / lsb.TV)
Dr Walker / Asbest (liquid sky berlin / lsb.TV)


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The D.O.T. - People Watching



What a nice swinging beast that is reminiscent of UK Funky but with a D.O.T. twist. Support!

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Rutger Zuydervelt - Stay Tuned [Baskaru 031 Promo]

A symphony in A droned. An multitrack adaptation of an installation concept. A 50 minutes - or 3000 seconds - long musical exploration of the note A, released via the French label Baskaru and partially executed by the likes of Oren Ambarchi, Anna Rose Carter, Masajohi Fujita, Heleen van Haegenborgh, Nils Frahm, Hild Sofie Talfjord, Keiichi Sugimoto and many many more summing up to a whole of 153 artists - each of them performing a steady A note on his or favorite instrument with a range from sampled trumpet to violin, acoustic guitar, piano, voice, harmonium, prepared piano, cello, zither, double bass and way beyond, an ensemble of 153 single layers amalgamated into a huge, hypnotizing meditation on one single musical expression and a fascinating take on what's possibly the most thrilling vision of acoustic zen released in 2014. Favorite album of the month. For a reason.

Monday, August 04, 2014

Sascha Müller [Sascha Müller Music 100007]

Sascha Müller just unleashed a new three track single on his very own label Sascha Müller Music these days and once again he's on a straight 4/4 tip with this one. The first track named "Katapult" comes up with frolicking synth lines, an Electro-infused snare and a lovely little melody that - leaving out the tempo aspect here - should work pretty well with today's dancefloor kids craving for a bit of sweetness and romanticism whilst grooving along to bubbling Acid modulations at countless open air fests all over the place. With "Amphiler" things are getting darker when Mr. Müller focuses on a stripped down version of his favourite musical genre and carves out a tweaked and twisted piece of tripping HypnoAcid from only a few, perfectly matched elements whilst the "Planet 2885Hg87" is on a more psychotic tip of more than 9 minutes runtime, a minimalistic yet thrilling Techno workout with climaxing, off-kilter synth stabs and weird, squealing feedbacks surely to be highly appreciated by followersof Jeff Mills and his Axis label - Techno purism for those who know.