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This one is a progressive breaks don in action
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=KMVDQCLR part 1
well worth checking
Billy Nayer - Ship Alarm (BSG Records)
Siriusmo - Girls Rock (Bungalow)
Unkle – Restless [loop] (Surrender All)
Evil Nine – They Live (Marine Parade)
Rogerseventytwo – Imagination (Tiger Trax)
Grinderman - No Pussy Blues [Adam Freeland Edit] (CDR)
Adam Freeland – Glowstix (Marine Parade)
Boys Noize - Let's Buy Happiness (Boys Noize Records)
Autolux – Blanket [Adam Freeland Mix] (Full Time Hobby)
Junkie XL - Cities in Dust [Glimmers Mix] (Artwerk)
Hot Chip - Ready For The Floor [Soulwax Mix (EMI)
Shadow Dancer - End Hit (Boys Noize Records)
Alan Braxe – Addicted (Vulture)
U.N.K.L.E. – Restless (Surrender All)
Blake Baxter/Mark Romboy - House Ya [Bootleg] (CDR)
Alex Metric – Pins (Marine Parade)
Crookers - Love To Edit (Crack Crack Records)
Bloody Beetroots – Butter (Crack Crack Records)
DJ Shadow - Right thing/Ztrip - Set off the party (Island)
Freeland – Do Ya (Marine Parade)
Map Of Africa - Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys (Whatever We Want)
Black Strobe - Shining Brightstar [Phones Mix] (Playlouder / Beggars France)
Sebasien Tellier - Sexual Sportswear [SebastiAn Mix] (Record Makers)
Breakbot – Happy Rabbit (Moshi Moshi)
Tepr - Midniut Jacuzzi [Data Mix] (Wall of Sound)
Soulwax – Krack [Nite Version] (Play It Again Sam)
Midnight Juggernaughts - Road to Discovery (Siberia Records)
Adam Freeland – Hate (Marine Parade)
Freeland - How To Fake Your Life (Marine Parade)
Splitter - All Alone [Alex Metric Mix] (Eye Industries)
Can – Mothersky (United Artists Records)
Swayzak - Smile & Receive [Apparat Mix] (K7!)
Simple Minds - Theme for Great Cities (Sanctuary)
Caribou – Niobe [Adam Freeland Edit] (CDR)
« on: 03/03/08, 07:47 »
bang irwan udah lama juga nih gak pernah denger set head banging techno ala WB tahun 2005 an....naro juga masih ciamik pasti maen progressive atau trance setnya ....sama achdiyat house set ala jaman cafe delmar bali/a barbali/f lounge set ...pengen juga liat variasi set-set mereka di keluarin lagi.....
That's a proper relentlessly stripped twisted techno mix some people can call it house or proggy or something,overall this one is a techy roots .
1.Joel Mull - Harmonautic String (Original Mix)
2.Phonogenic – The Last Beer On Earth (Original Mix)
3.Pole Folder – Crossing Ocean (Chloe Harris & Deeburn Remix)
4.Phonogenic – Alpha Plant (Original Mix)
5.Martin Eyerer and Oliver Klein – Babylon (Original Mix)
6.Jim Rivers – Dallas (Original Mix)
7.Pedro Madeira – Long Shadows (Christian Prommer Remix)
8.Jack Rock – Formation Flying (Guy Gerber’s Jet Lag remix)
9.Solar Heights – No Trace (Popof Remix)
10.Anna – Green (Original Mix)
11.Satoshie Tomie - Solar_Wind_Original_Mix
Layo & Bushwacka - Global Underground: 033 - Rio
Global Underground continues to move through it's 2007 release schedule with the forthcoming release of the 33rd main series album, with Layo and Bushwacka heading to Rio. Following on from Adam Freeland's debut on the label, the Global Underground brands continues to expand and diversify away from its typically progressive roots, with Rio due for release mid October.
Layo & Bushwacka!'s love affair with music started as teenagers at the dawn of acid house; it’s led both of them through techno, breakbeat, electro, dub, electronica, and any other pigeonhole that’s been thrown up in its wake. Emerging blinking into the light almost two decades later with a sound that fuses all their influences, they’ve maintained their position at the head of the pack. It's the same outlaw spirit of eclecticism that still informs their five hour DJ sets, whether at their spiritual home The End in London, a beach in Brazil (the inspiration for this album), or a superclub in Ibiza or Argentina. It’s this spirit that turned the limited edition 12” ‘Untitled’ into a global anthem, becoming 'Love Story', and crashing into the charts worldwide in 2003, including the UK Top 10.
Layo and Bushwacka! have come a long way from the teenager who frequented Clink Street's acid parties and the kid who dropped classical music for the hardcore scene. Together they took the emergent strains of techno, tech-house, electro and breakbeat and welded them onto blues, classical and film soundtracks of the last hundred years, creating the dance floor sound for our new century. The first decade of the new millennium has seen global club culture stretch its tentacles ever further. The rising epicentres of clubbing are no longer restricted to those affluent, Western nations of old, some of the brightest beacons are to be found in the new world. Rio is one such city.
On this album, Layo & Bushwacka! offer up a mix of the old and the new. CD 1 is a treasure trove of classic, lost gems, and defining moments in the evolution of house and techno. Ellis D rubs shoulders with Marshall Jefferson via Daou, Lil Louis, DJ Pierre, Francois K, and Eddie Flashin’ Fowlkes are all present, as are the likes of Cajmere, Detroit’s Kenny Larkin (with a rare Hawtin mix of ‘We Shall Overcome’). If you want to know how we came to the music you hear today, then this is no better introduction.
CD2 is all about more recent and forward-facing bumpy, electronica. Phonique, Pier Bucci, Guy Gerber, Stefan Goldman, Martin Buttrich, and Henrik Schwarz are all included for your listening pleasure. Also included in the mix are a host of Layo & Bushwacka!’s own material, including ‘Tabloid’ and ‘Saudade’.
Ellis D - Took My Love Away
The Daou - Surrender Yourself (Ballroom Mix)
Marshall Jefferson Presents Truth - Open Our Eyes
LB Bad - Touch Me! Touch Me!!
Kym Mazelle - Taste My Love
N.Y. House'n Authority - APT.1A
Blunted Dummies - House For All
Da Rebels - House Nation Under A Groove
Sheila - Acid Kiss
Lil' Louis and The World – I Called U (Why'd U Fall)
Liaisons-D – Future FJP
Master C and J Feat Liz Torres - Can't Get Enough
Pierres Phantasy Club – Dream Girl
François K - Hypnodelic
Eddie Flashin Fowlkes - Move Me
Sine - I Like It Deep (Soozee Kreemcheeze Mix)
Jaya – One Kiss
KC Flightt - Planet E (House Mix)
Fingers Inc – Never No More Lonely
Metro Area - Proton Candy
Fallout - The Morning After (1990 Mix)
How II House – Time To Feel The Rhythm
Cajmere Feat Dajae – Brighter Days
Kenny Larkin – We Shall Overcome (Richie's Loonie Mix)
Soul Boy – Harmonica Track
UBQ Project Feat Kathy Summers – When I Fell N Love
Phonique - Bang
Hug – Fluteorgie
Tiga - 3 Weeks (Troy Pierce 'Move Until You Leave' Mix)
Pier Bucci - Hay Consuelo (Samim Mix)
Guy Gerber - Belly Dancing
Stefan Goldmann - Aurora
Paul Ritch - Samba
Richie Hawtin - Spastik
Adam Beyer - A Walking Contradiction
Bushwacka! - Long Distance
Jesus Loves You – After The Love
Layo And Bushwacka! - Ashes Remain
Henrik Schwarz - Walk Music
Patrick Chardronnet - Ledge
Layo and Bushwacka! - Tabloid
Martin Buttrich – What's Your Name?
Larry Heard Presents Mr. White - The Sun Can't Compare (Long Version)
Riley Reinhold - Lights In My Eyes
Layo and Bushwacka! – Saudade (Remix)
« on: 13/07/07, 07:26 »
biar nggak di bilang sotoy ,mungkin lebih baik kita share kali yee....
gw mau nanya kl tech trance itu "aura " nya seperti apa sih...dan contoh 2 anthemnya dong...
« on: 05/07/07, 19:52 »
dear paman gober & pay...
kl boleh kasih usulan display recent posts nya lebih enakl yg kemarin kemarin sebelum di kecilin..
jadi bisa lihat latest topic nya lebih banyak....
"Global Underground: GUMixed"
1. Trentemoller & DJ Tom - An Evening With Bobi Bros
2. Danny Tenaglia - Dibiza (Island Groove Mix)
3. Funk D'Void Feat Jay Leblone - Lovin (Your Body Mix)
4. Anil Chawla & Dave Anderson - SheShi Lounging
5. Angel Moraes - The Operatah
6. Eric Borgo Vs Oxia - Another Man (Daniel Stefanik Mix)
7. Spirit Catcher - Harmonize
8. Gamma Rox - Magical
9. Cubic - Superflyin (Francesco Farfa Mix)
10. Arias - Twelve
11. Oliver Koletzki - Music From The Heart
12. Cozzy D & Kid Dub Present D DUB - Genesis
13. Emjae - Mal Funktion
14. Dom Almond - Shake It
15. Saul B Vs Leo Giradi - Manga
16. Coburn - Razorblade (Play Paul Club Mix)
17. X-Press 2 - Witchi Tai To (M Factor Vocal)
18. Bent - Waiting For You (Superbass Mix)
19. UNKLE - Burn My Shadow (Junkie XL Mix)
1. Slam - Azure (Part One)
2. Lützenkirchen Feat Zdar - Rockbottom (Stereovox Mix)
3. Kevin Swain - School Of Thought
4. James Talk - Warm Milk
5. Santos - Female
6. Trafik - Indestructible (Stel Mix)
7. Stu Hirst - Big Rooms Bigger Tunes
8. Wehbba - Xcellr8 (D-Nox and Beckers Mix)
9. Roland Klinkenberg Feat DJ Remy - Mexico Can Wait
10. Aril Brihkka - Winter
11. Sébastien Léger - Saturn
12. Rex Mundi - Perspective
13. Spektre - Jade
14. Bleach Eatin Pimps - C U Next Tuesday (Eric Kupper Mix)
15. Bleach Eating Pimps - C U Next Tuesday (Trey Crasseux Mix)
16. Jim Rivers - Blackbox
17. Gabriel & Dresden Feat Jan Burton - New Path (Jim Rivers Mix)
18. Paul Hartnoll - Patchwork Guilt
1. Prefab Sprout - If You Don't Love Me (The Future Sound Of London Mix)
2. Last Rhythm - Open Your Mind
3. Soundsource - One High (Bump Mix)
4. Doi-Oing - Good Feeling
5. Kamasutra - Night Walk (Nightwalk Version)
6. C-Concept - Why Naked
7. S-Bam - Chica Boom
8. Think Tank - Hack #1
9. Electric Choc - Shock The Beat
10. WestBam - Hold Me Back
11. Lost Tribe - Gimme A Smile (The Delorme Vs Dharma Bums Mix)
12. The Oval Five Project - Vertigo (Doi-Oing Vs Spooky Thumper Mix)
13. Histerya - Love Nature (Joy & Kaya Mix)
14. Dance 2 Trance - Psychedelic Solution
15. Paragliders - Paraglide (Humate Mix)
16. Creative Thieves - Nasty Rhythm (Sasha 'M.F.I.' Mix)
17. Shades Of Rhythm - Sweet Sensation
18. PKA - Let Me Hear You (Say Yeah)
19. Smallage - Together
20. Rhythm On The Loose - Break Of Dawn
21. Members Of The House - These Are My People (Rainbow Mix)
Label: Global Underground | Release Date: Monday, May 14, 2007
Various Artists - Global Underground: GUMixed
Global Underground are proud to present the follow up to the hugely successful GU10, with an album called 'GUMixed'.
GUMIXED is a cutting edge 3 disc collection of the world finest dance music, there are 2 CDs full of exclusive and unreleased music from around the globe plus a bonus 3rd disc containing a classics mix from the period 1988-1995 and showcases some hidden gems from Sasha, Prefab Sprout, Westbam, Frank De Wulf and Leftfield.
A killer tracklisting with over 50 tracks on 3 CDs (all seamlessly mixed) and features brand new music from - Danny Tenaglia, UNKLE, Gabriel & Dresden, Paul Hartnoll, Slam and Bent together with cutting edge tracks from hot newcomers like Germany's Luetzenkirchen, UK's James Talk, Sweden's Sebastien Ledger and Italy's #1 DJ, Maskio.
The album will also be available in the following formats:
Limited edition Oversized Digipak 4 x CD (3 Mixed CD + 1 Unmixed CD) (GUMIX1CDX)
Vinyl Format – 3 x 12" Vinyl (GUMIX1VIN)
Unmixed DJ Format – 4 x CD Unmixed (GUMIX1CDDJ)
Digital Download – (GUMIX1DIG) Available at ITunes, DJ Download and Beatport
« on: 16/08/06, 12:17 »
IS IT RUMORS ...........
kalo beneran mantep deh
stephen porter - may 2006 promo mix tracklist
then & now
disc 1 - classic mix - then
1.who keep's changing your mind - sure is pure mix - ministry of sound - 1995
2.the missing member - cold knights - clip recordings - 2000
3.in and out ep - running - straight up records - 2002
4.don't you remember the good times - wild mix - tax disc records - 1992
5.global communication - the way - joshuas dubwise mix - dedicated - 1996
6.salt city orchestra - that pagan track -pagan records - 1998
7.emulsion - kinda blue - ashley beedle remix - loaded records 2002
8.berverlei brown - on and on - lovebreak vibe mix - farley and heller - 1996
9.sharon s - give me your love - fathers of sounds guitar dub - stress records 1995
10.electribe - talking with myself - beloved remix - manifesto - 1998
11.peshay feat kym mazelle - farley and heller vocal mix - universal records 1999
12.alex smoke - incommunicado - interlude - soma 2005
13.daphne -change - fathers of sound sunday am mix - stress records 1995
14.transformer 2 - just can't get enough - perpetual dub - club mix - rude boy recordings - 1993
15.stereo mc's - everything - everything grooves - sabres of paradise remix - island records - 1993
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Myagi aka Sole Claw aka Andrew Mavor has shot up like a rocket over the last year. Representing Canada internationally, he has played from Seoul to San Francisco, Halifax to Brighton, Taipei to Toronto, and has become touted as the next major North American breaks don. Comparisons to the other big names of the scene seem obvious, but don't really do justice to the range of work Myagi has put out, as his releases have varied from hip hop big beat infused party breaks through to jackin house and techy big room floor fillers.
Dropping a guitar in favor of a synthesizer well before finishing high school, Mavor's musical journey has landed him across the board support. The late John Peel (the Peel Sessions) used a Myagi track to open his show. Front 242 have sent kudos on a track ("Sole Claw - Smartbomb") that was licensed to Fingerlickin for the Plump DJ's album "Saturday Night Lotion."
The string of red hot releases that followed have landed him sets on the BBC, the CBC and Crystal Method's Community Service and support from everyone from Adam Freeland and Meat Katie through to Fatboy Slim and Freddy Fresh. Myagi's multi-genre approach to dance music has matured into a true journey through b-boy and rave culture, mashing up past and present in one of the most high energy, pounding experiences a club could play host to. His shows at clubs like The Guvernment in Toronto have led to high profile gigs internationally, including such highlights as Fabric in London, Fusion in Taiwan and San Francisco's Love Parade, where Myagi played three parties in 12 hours.
His upcoming releases include remixes for Ursula 1000 (coming out on Thievery Corporations label ESL), hip hop don Maestro (as in Fresh Wes), and a giant remix for Ricky Stone. He has two tracks licensed to JDS's "Beats N Bobs" compilation on Functional Breaks, more remixes in the works, and a release schedule that puts most labels to shame. Touring constantly, Myagi is one of the hardest working men in the North American dance music, and, with his profile rising at an extremely rapid pace he has quickly turned himself into a staple of the global breaks scene.
Myagi - Wish You Well (inc Czech, Melting Man and Simon Paul remixes) - 2Wars
Myagi - I Got Beat Up By A 303 - Howlin'
Myagi - Planetary Attack (inc Vandal remix) - 2Wars
Myagi - Skank-O-Matic - Howlin'
Myagi - Subversion (inc Price Cuts remix) - Splank!
Myagi - Make It Loud (inc Steelzawheelz remix) - Money Shot Recordings
Myagi - The 57 Chevy / The Mothra Shuffle (inc Slyde remix) - West Records
Myagi - Bring Me All Your Beer And Women (inc Scissorkicks remix) - WOMP!
Myagi - Cure For Pain / Release The Hounds (inc Darphtfunk remix) - Splank!
Myagi - Dirty Girls (inc Atomic Hooligan remix) - Money Shot Recordings
Sole Claw - Goth Chick Hand Job (inc Skool Of Thought remix) - Pure Phunk Recordings
Sole Claw - Edge Of The Earth (inc Madame Mercury & DJ Whatt remix) - Pure Phunk Recordings *appears on Madame Mercury & DJ Whatt's CD "Broken Floor" on EMUOR Records
Sole Claw - Boombox / Smartbomb - Pure Phunk Recordings *appears on Plump DJ's album "Saturday Night Lotion" on Fingerlickin' Records
Sgt Rock - No Skool (Myagi remix) - Splank!
Brittlestar - Goodbye (Myagi remix) -
Brittlestar - For You (Myagi remix) -
Carole Pope - Seduction (Myagi remix) - Play Records
Melleny Melody - xes Slave (Myagi remix) - Play Records
The Beatfreakers - Duck and Cover (Myagi remix) - Funky Cactus Recordings
Malente - Like a Freek (Myagi remix) - Unique Records
The (An)Architects - Rock Is My DJ (Myagi remix) - Mantra Breaks
Western Allstars - Bob The Bleeder (Myagi remix) - West Records
Odeed And Wish - Return Of The Funk (Myagi Remix) - Funky Cactus Recordings
Ian Radcliffe - Listen (Sole Claw Remix) - 192K Records
Ian Radcliffe - Again and Again (Myagi remix) - 192K Records
JK47 - The Letter (Myagi remix) - Full Body Soundsystem
JK47 - The Letter (Myagi's Disco Sluts remix) - Full Body Soundsystem
Ursula1000 - Urgent/Anxious (Myagi remix) - ESL
Ricky Stone - Shanghai Taxi (Myagi Remix) - Red Recordings
Mako Shark - Alphatool (Myagi Remix) - Stellar Music
.:: Eclectica 4 "New Reality Trance" ::..
: Reviewed by Carey Jarvis
: trance :
Trance music has become one of the most popular genres of dance music recently, with DJs like Paul Oakenfold, DJ Tiesto and Paul Van Dyke taking it to the mainstream while making household names for themselves. Jeremy Dawson and Chad Petree of Cloud2Ground/Slyder recently had their single "Score" spun by Dave Ralph as his peak-time track in this years' love parade, while Paul Van Dyke regularly spins their stuff, as well. Redsavior has actually released a remix CD featuring 8 different remixes of his single "Searching for You" and Sweden's 19-year-old Jonathan Gremyr, aka Coretex, seems to be a name on everyone's lips...
Trance music has become one of the most popular genres of dance music recently, with DJs like Paul Oakenfold, DJ Tiesto and Paul Van Dyke taking it to the mainstream while making household names for themselves. Jeremy Dawson and Chad Petree of Cloud2Ground/Slyder recently had their single "Score" spun by Dave Ralph as his peak-time track in this years' love parade, while Paul Van Dyke regularly spins their stuff, as well. Redsavior has actually released a remix CD featuring 8 different remixes of his single "Searching for You" and Sweden's 19-year-old Jonathan Gremyr, aka Coretex, seems to be a name on everyone's lips.
Trance being such a hot item, one might logically conclude that now would be a great time for a compilation showcasing some of the talented artists that have erupted onto the scene. Eclectica 4 does just that by serving up some great Underground Trance.
The album, although largely instrumental with a few samples here and there, gives you a real sense of devotion all the way through. "Yah-Weh" by Greg Hobgood of The Prodigal Sons is a perfect example of this! The music thunders as high keys and emotional riffs abound, while the beat thumps, blending into the song perfectly.
Son of Dust hits you with "The Resurrection" which has a really cool sample that sounds like it was snagged from an old movie, "I am the Resurrection and the Life. He that believeth in me shall never die." The song is Trance, but also really has a Progressive House feel to it, with a bit of a hard vibe that I really like!
Coretex contributes his track "Lay Your Wings Around Me" that first appeared on the January issue of the Tastyfresh CD Pool. This version is a completely different mix, but still has the famous "Love your enemies, forgive those who use you" sample.
"Searching For You" by Redsavior is possibly the most anticipated track on the album, as David Richardson did a fantastic job of promoting his contribution, as well as designing one of the coolest covers I have ever seen for this album! It has a real Sci-Fi feel and is sleek and colorful. This track has a very hard, deep bass thump with a bit of Tribal influence. It has a nice contrast of hard and soft… I have seen it show up on several DJ play lists already.
"Weight" by Antidote has a hard grind, with some Techno influence here and there. The female vocal sample and spacey soundscape keep it on the Trance tip, though, and it ends with a spooky vibe.
"Activation (Fulfilled Mix)" by Systematic has nice build that gradually brings you up to a full speed jam. The sample, "Get Ready" adds to the anticipation in key spots, making the switchups and breakdowns even more enjoyable.
Prophetica contributes a truly beautiful piece of Uplifting Trance with "What is Hope", a track that makes you feel good right down to your shoes. The male vocal sample says, "What is Hope? Hope is inexpressibly beautiful." The music is epic!
"Theophony" is a Progressive Trance track by Eternalist that sounds like it might have been included on The Devout Artists Compilation. It has a really smooth groove that makes you feel as if you are floating along with the music.
Revurb also hits you with a Progressive Trance "choon" that moves you, called "Stronger Than Before". It contains ethereal-sounding breakdowns, but when the beat comes back in, it is a very fast moving track that can move the floor.
"XaltR" is a nice surprise from Skywryter who seems to have just surfaced in the scene this year. It has a nice throbbing vibe to it, reminiscent of Underground Progressive House and is layered with really nice Trancey riffs and a beautiful melody.
"Clear Orbit (Live)" by Analogue Prophets is one of my favorite tracks off this project. Matthew Buri amazes me with his wizardry of electronics and completely blew us all away here in Michigan. He did a fantastic job of playing the role of producer and putting this whole album together. His Progressive Trance track shows you he is one of the best out there and the high pitched tapestry sticks in your head for days.
This project is of the highest caliber, and definitely gets a stamp of excellence. Get your copy now, if you like Trance you'll love it, and if you don't it might be the album to change your mind!
Tough act to follow I thought given the history of the mix series.
Obviously Sasha and Digweed's stands alone and Digweed's own mix I thought personally was the best of the lot. Seaman's Own mixing in Part 4 though was outstanding.
Part 7 was for me a great effort, although other than Seaman's Melbourne on Global Underground I've never been disapointed by his mixes.
CD1 was his usual style of slowly building progressive trance building up to some rip the roof off pumping trance/deep house. Ideal for driving in the car with the stereo turned up to max. Very reminisant of his Buenos Aires GU, but with a more modern sound, although capturing the classic Renaissance feel and sound.
CD2 - Seemed to be a bit of a homage to the current trendy electro sound. Gone are the longer epic tunes and replaced with a more edgy house feel. Still progressive/deep house in nature, but some of the rifts are a little more techy/electro although Dave Seaman in set style the end of the CD lacks the real energy and emotion of CD1. The interview in the sleeve notes indicated Seaman's own preference to CD1. If this change in sound was to keep in line with current taste, for me its a bit of a cop out.
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