Archive for January, 2015



“Is this Epic? Yes! But be honest, who of you is really reading these press texts? If we’d tell you that P.A.C.O. and Tube & Berger’s “Greyjoy” is the dopest cream pie in the gang bang world of music, would you believe us? Not to mention that the flipside “Tyrion” was produced by P.A.C.O. sitting in a Cave in the middle of Kasachstan wearing only a pink tanga. What does it matter? So: No more words, just music.”

P.A.C.O. and Tube & Berger – Greyjoy


Square 1

Lxury – Square 1 feat. Deptford Goth

Here’s an ace from Lxury. Gotta love everything this dude does. Check it out.



“Today’s Free Music Monday is a very special one… it’s from the incredible DJ and producer, Four Tet. After teasing fans with his alternative alias ‘Percussions’ over the past few years and releasing singles under it on his own Text Records he’s now surprised us with a full-length album made from all his Percussions 12” releases and some other tracks he made during the same time period form 2011-2014. We absolutely LOVE this percussive roller KHLHI and so we’re delighted to give it to you today for free…” – Annie Mac

Four Tet (Percussions) – KHLHI

This was the climax in Mano Le Tough’s boiler room set. Quite a “chune” if I must say. This track is by Anthony Georges Patrice – a new face to the scene – and comes with a Re-Arrange version by the mysterious SB. Enjoy!

Anthony Georges Patrice – Parallel Romance (SB Re-Arrange)




Space Dimension Controller‘s biography on Resident Advisor simply says “Back through time with a mission of groove”. He’s got some outer-worldly hyptonic grooves. Some of them actually remind me of a less accessible versions of Todd Terje tracks with a twist of Linstrom. Check out this awesome one.

Space Dimension Controller – Journey to the Core of the Unknown Sphere

East Coast / West Coast


As an East Coaster living on the West Coast I love the simple lyrics of this track. ““East Cost / West Coast” is deep, rolling techno with plenty of drive. Surging bass drives the track along with cylindrical synths firing with mechanical repetition. Lulled into a hypnotic groove which is exaggerated by distorted vocal snippets, suddenly the track explodes with more weight and cranking mechanics to create a jacked up soundscape. Owing it’s dub-like atmospheres and ghetto-funk attitude to each cost in equal measure, the tune encapsulates the sentiment of the USA’s underground.”

Martin Eyerer & Markus Homm – East Coast/West Coast