Monday, August 02, 2010

baze.djunkiii charts 08/2010

01. Act Like You Understand [Handicap Records 001 Promo]
See review for details...

02. Lunatik Sound System - The Heavy Minded Orchestra [Something Vinyl Series 013]
Deep Listening Music, Dark Ambient, Drones, written and produced by Stephan Laubner which is also - and better - known to many under his STL-moniker. To be found on a limited to 500 pieces double album which is one of the best releases pressed on vinyl I've seen in this genre for ages.

03. Deformer - Diabolical E.P. [Mindtrick Records 666 / Redrum Recordz 038]
Three tracks of bass heavy DarkJungle and Industrial-flavored Dubstep plus additional remixes by Bong-Ra - sic! -, Atif & EnK and 6Blocc. Great, quite dark artwork and red vinyl pressing.

04. Ira Atari & Rampue - Just F**in Dance It [Audiolith Promo]
See review for details...

05. STL - Travelling Dubs And Echoes E.P. [Echochord 045]
DubTechno for those who know. Two tracks for the advanced dancefloor plus one Ambient-flavored piece.

06. Loop Hotel - Room 201 / Room 202 [Loop Hotel 002 Promo]
See review for details...

07. House Of Trax Vol. 5 [Trax Records / Rush Hour]
The next great piece in this repress series. Two mixes of Gwendolyn's "Come To Me" plus the full vocal version of "Fantasy" by Z-Factor feat. Jessie Saunders do witness the musical magic of the ProtoHouse-era. Anthemic.

08. Gilles Peterson presents Remixed [Brownswood Recordings 052]
Three pieces of Cuban music remixed by Michael Cleis, T. Skinner and the almighty Seiji. Whilst the first mentioned do transfer the Cuban vibes into a deep, House-flavored context it's Seiji who goes even further and serves a floor burning piece of BrokenHouse / Phusion with thrilling beats and some dark'ish bass workout. Massive.

09. Shake Shakir - At The Bonnie Brook [Astrolab Recordings 011]
Mr. Anthony Shake Shakir provides what he does best - banging, uptempo House music with a slightly abstract twist. Three different remixes are provided alongside the original track.

10. 3 Titans - College / The Life Of A Scholar [Daptone Records]
Jorden Plaines, Kahlil Jackson and Dallas Ifill, three very young fellas rapping about their everyday life and educational career on top of ultra dope, early 90s-style HipHop beats. Perfect party music and well impressing regarding their age.


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