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[AUDCST036] Arze Kareem – Akstrumentals Vol. 1

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Arze Kareem - Akstrumentals Vol. 1

Artist: Arze Kareem
Release Title: Akstrumentals Vol.1
Release Code: AUDCST036
Released: 24/08/2010
Bit Rate/Format: 320kb/s MP3
Genre(s): Electronic, Trip-Hop, Hip-Hop


Taking it back to the roots, inspiration comes from the times of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, listening to old school rapping and scratches from Kool Herc and Grandmaster Flash, comparing it with new school beats and styles like Trip-Hop + some ambient music to hold the communication with ancient humanity. That’s what new wave of Hip-Hop means in Arze Kareem’s opinion.

Track list:
01 – Free Kah
02 – Assassin-nation
03 – She was ideal
04 – Da blocks
05 – The beat(ch)
06 – Till 93

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[SSR055.5] JGarrett – Polite Society EP

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Artist: J.Garrett
Release Nr.: SSR055.5
Release Name: Polite Society EP
Style: Detroit, Techno, Acid

JGarrett - Polite Society EP

01. Polite Society (Version 1)
02. Polite Society (Version 2)
03. Polite Society (Nangs Remix)
04. Polite Society (Sascha Müller Network Remix)


[intox105] Buben – For fantasy

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Buben – For fantasy

Label: Intox Noize
Catalog#: intox105
Format: 4 x File, WAV
Country: Belarus
Released: 21 Aug 2010
Genre: Electronic
Style: Deep House

1 Waves (7:08)
2 Endearing (7:12)
3 Door Ajar (11:44)
4 Tempting Tensions (4:28)

Buben - For fantasy

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[NS015] Rho – Cedarleaf

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Rho - Cedarleaf

Steve Setzepfandt and Josh Wittman are back with their second release on No-Source and third full-length album “Cedarleaf,” the follow-up to 2009′s “Glass Memories.” “Cedarleaf” is Rho’s most accessible album to date. It is a beautiful mix of electronic rhythms, synth swirls, and guitar driven melodies; a pop landscape with a mountain range of cinematic style. “Sun Justice” begins the album with soft ambient electronics, leading into the dark, electric guitar-heavy “Mississippi.” “K-Eyes” sees Rho switching it up a little, with keyboards handling a potent pop melody. The rest of the album flows like a soundtrack with each song tipping its hat to the next. This all leads up to the fantastic climax that is “Day Into Night,” a six-minute guitar-driven epic that crescendos into the shores of Post-Rock. Credits roll with night sounds, field recordings and soft synth pads as “The End Sleep” drifts into silence. This whole release comes highly recommended, especially for fans of Album Leaf / El Ten Eleven / Lymbyc Systym / Boards of Canada.

No-Source Netlabel

01. Sun Justice
02. Mississippi
03. Skyline Horizon
04. First Fist
05. K-Eyes
06. Day Into Morning
07. Cedarleaf
08. Pipeline
09. Cedarleaf (Reprise)
10. Day Into Night
11. The End Sleep


[kahvi294] Frederik Behr – Glass Marble

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Frederik Behr - Glass Marble

An interesting release arrives from guest artist ‘Frederik Behr’. Glass Marble is interesting in the way that there is several different styles apparent throughout the 39 minutes playing time, but instead of different styles in different tracks, different styles are combined.

Starting off with a subtle (but seriously addictive) piano melody in the ‘Alleyways’ which you’ll find yourself remembering for days and kicking it into the electronic age with a powerful bassline, the scene is set for the rest of the ep.

Ambient warmth appears in ‘Wooden Marble’ which leads onto an even more curious track ‘Heart Valve’ – if imitation is a sincere form of flattery then this is probably the closest I’ve ever heard of a tribute to ‘Bad Loop’ by another artist. If you’re familiar with the artist that created Kahvi classic ‘Lumme‘ you’ll recognise this style immediately.

Tracks of choice in this ep: all, but 80′s crush (track 5) has one of the meatiest basslines I’ve heard in a long while. Definately one for the high volume!


[PCR072] Julia Van Der Piller – Don’t Belive Me

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Artist: Julian Van Der Piller
Release Nr.: PCR072
Release Name: Don’t Belive Me
Style: Abstract, Breakbeat, Experimental

Julia Van Der Piller - Don't Belive Me

01. Slow Runner To Frozen Hills
02. Lick It More
03. End Of Year
04. Future Waves


[FNet015] Various – Colours from Thought II

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Format: 20x MP3 320kbps (Free download)
Release date: 22-Aug-2010
Genre: electronic
Styles: ambient, breakbeat, drum and bass, dubstep, electronica, trance

Various – Colours from Thought II

Colours from thought II, the sequel to our flagship title has finally landed and we can safely say that you will not be disappointed!

With twenty tracks in total split into two parts, dark and light, determined by the mood and colour of the music covering many styles and produced by some of Faturenets finest artists, we can guarantee that you will find something you like, or your money back ;)

Release page
Direct download

[PCR071] Duality – Dark Age

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Artist: Duality
Release Nr.: PCR071
Release Name: Dark Age
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Chill-Out

Duality - Dark Age

01. Bird Song – 3:44min
02. Tribal Chanting – 4:33min
03. The Veil – 2:59min
04. Centauries – 4:46min


[dubbhism027] Boomski – She was a rough rider

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Boomski - She was a rough rider

Boomski rides again! This new mini-album (7 tracks) is all about a fusion of dancehall and dub inna Mad Professor kinda style. If you’re into electronic dub with lots of echoes and mad fx you’ll love this one.

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[RRR188] The Stars Ovation – Here in the stillness…

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The Stars Ovation - Here in the stillness, despite everything

The Stars Ovation – Here in the stillness, despite everything

The title of the album is inspired by a passage from the novel Hunger, in which the protagonist is a homeless, out of work writer who has just hit rock bottom. His only possible hope is to sit down and hurriedly force himself to write something good enough to be published in the newspaper, which would allow him at least a few more days’ worth of money for food.

Although my situation has never come close to being that dire, and I don’t plan on making any money writing music, I had similar feelings after beginning to write this album. I experienced a severe case of writer’s block, and found that the music was sounding very forced and uninspired as a result. Eventually, I concluded that this is a very horrible way to write music, so I ignored my keyboard entirely for several months. I ended up scrapping all of my old ideas, and with that pressure off my shoulders, the inspiration slowly returned.

The result was these nine songs, which I truly hope do not sound as pretentious as the preceding two paragraphs. As for the music itself, the album is more experimental than previous releases, with a mixture of airy piano-driven tracks and darker minor key ambiance. Though there aren’t any actual lyrics, this is a very personal album, but its meaning is very open to interpretation.

Rack & Ruin records