I get back to the underground with this rougher, tougher earth-shaking mix. It’s straight up ‘ruffneck business and ting’ for a solid hour. I swing it from old school Jungle Techno, Amen heavy Drum & Bass to Hindustani and Asian Underground. I used the free, open source DJ software MiXXX on Linux. If you want a roller coaster ride featuring fast & furious breakbeat spanning back as far as 1990 get downloading now. Crank up the volume on this! You’ll be quaking in your boots before Noisia’s Shellshock featuring Foreign beggars slaps you in the face, mesmerized by Zakir Hussain and Bill Laswell a.k.a Tabla Beat Science live in San Francisco. Later you’ll be whistling along to DJ Marky and bouncing to the head strong output of Ed Rush & Optical. Watch your bassbins!
Noisia – Conscience
Mark C – The event horizon
Breakage – Rebel Creation (Original mix)
Mr Dubz – Time 2 Evolve (Original mix)
Scorpio – Li Li
Ed Solo & Bengal – Hi Flier
Jagged Edge – Rock Baby
Ed Rush & Optical – Titanium
Noisia – Shellshock (featuring Foreign Beggars)
Tabla Beat Science – Ap Ke Baras (Live in San Francisco)
Ascension – Ascension
DJ Marky – LK
Dynamic Duo – Rolling Number (VIP mix)
Cabbie – This sound
Ed Rush & Optical – Chubrub
Remixes of John Dalton’s ‘fifteen’ EP are masterfully executed by Danseizure, Ebauche and Eomac. Even more rolling beats, peppered with tech stabs and layered with crisp highs. Check out Danseizure’s smoothly crafted builder, Eomac’s distorted relentless monster and ebauche’s driving 4 to floor rework.
Crank up the volume and check out these high-octane remixes available exclusively on Juno until the 1st of September. They will be available worldwide on all our other online shops from the 1st of September.
If you’re in living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia or just passing through you’ll have noticed a burgeoning arts & culture scene. Art exhibitions, theatre, movie festivals and live music events are all stepping up in quality, diversity and frequency. It’s exciting times for the arts in Phnom Penh and soon we’ll be going head to head with other capital cities in south-east Asia and beyond.
It’s easy to get vital information on the latest events from a number of free magazines and publications such as Asialife, L’Echo and City Life Cambodia. For up-to-date informative reviews, extensive listings including underground musical events, look no further than the following online resources: Leng Pleng, Phnom Penh Gigs and Lady Penh. They’ll help you get proper live music listings and reviews in a flash.
There are a several singles and albums circling Invisible Agent HQ and I’m too excited about these upcoming releases to stay quiet any longer. Here’s some exciting new music about to coming in for a smooth landing:
First in the holding pattern is the rising star Eomac who will soon grace us with a new EP entitled ‘Battery Baby’. It’s getting increasingly difficult to lock Eomac down to one genre which is a good thing. I guess this EP could be described as an amalgamation of dark and dirty baselines, rave-o-matic riffs and breakbeat stylings. This will be Eomac’s inaugural release on Invisible Agent and will be available in all good download stores worldwide in August.
Remixes are ready and mastered for John Dalton’s well received techno production ‘fifteen’. This EP has diverse remixes by Danseizure, Eomac and Ebauche. It was always going to be difficult to top John’s original output, but I am sure you’ll be as impressed as I was when I first heard these distinct and fresh re-works by fellow Invisible Agent producers. This EP is bound to send x-ray machines in to overload. More information coming soon…
Last but not least is Danseizure who’s weighed in with some heavy cargo. Known to hang out at the Forest Record Collective counter, Dan Gorman has produced experimental soundscapes and scores for several years. This Dan’s 3rd album to be released on Invisible Agent Records and I’m very excited about his latest body of work. As always, Dan’s sounds are meticulously crafted and will leave you mesmerized. Touch down of these releases is imminent, stayed tuned to cash in on your frequent flier miles.