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Have some good stuffs from FiXT to deliver, and while I was pretty absent and jammed lately, I decide it to put up a playlist with all those tracks and serve them here and now together. Have some killer beats, tortured and contorted wobbling basses, fire starter and explosive anthems to moving the people of the dance floor, but not exclusively.
First of all we have a FREE DOWNLOAD (with the request to donate), the Figure’s remix of Citizen Cope’s “Lifeline”. Noah D’s release of “That Diff” it’s also available for free download. Producer/Composer Jack Trammell bring a free Track from the “Pillars of Creation” called “Critical Mass” where heavy bass music brutally crash into classic orchestral score. Dank ft. jACQ brings to our attention the new Progressive House Banger “Crystals”. Last but not least, we will closing this weekend fire starter playlist with another remix and Free Download by FIGURE who reworked the Deltron 3030’s track “Upgrade.” Turn up your loudspeakers and let’s start the banging!! (more…)


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Rockman-searchanddestroy Contorted and blunt, Rockman’s “Serach & Destroy” gonna melt down your loudspeakers and assassinate your neighbors, before set on fire the dance floor down at the club.
R. A. Navarro, aka Rockman, is a producer originally from Colombia. Rockman composes on software and hardware both vintage and new, performing his own sounds and recording his own voice for each piece while avoiding a pigeonholed sonic aesthetic. He explains: “My music is a fusion of Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Electro House, and 8-bit/Chiptunes. I can go from 174 bpm to 140 bpm with a smooth transition in just one song” – while he’s principal influences are: Aphex Twin, Shigeru Miyamoto, Prodigy, Koji Kondo and Autechre. (more…)


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Celldweller-Wish-Upon-A-Blackstar-2012 Klayton, the sole brain behind Celldweller, not only ignores genre boundaries and creates a pioneering vision of the future of electronic music, but he’s also an excellent and subtle songwriter. So, “Wish Upon A Blackstar”, he’s upcoming second full-length studio album, obviously it’s one of the most anticipated Electronic albums of the year. And Celldweller is one of the most reliable artists as well, the new 16 tracks album will satisfy all of his devoted followers – over 120,000 Facebook Fans and still counting – and eventually will bring him a brand new generation of fans. After all, Celldweller is considered “personifying the sound of the iPod generation”, and his hybrid music of digital and organic elements and the smooth, but highly explosive fusion of styles and genres, makes him extremely unique and charming. (more…)


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If you have a party coming up, we have the soundtrack that will slaughter your neighbors. Download it now. For free.
“Don’t believe the hype (part 1)” by Sostanze Records made platinum record with over 40.000 downloads on the web, so, they are back with the follow up and their devouring energy.
The compilation offered is a mix of electro, dubstep and drum’n’bass, ready to burn your stereos and give you the right music for a night among friends, through the different approaches to the electronic music proposed by the several artists, each of them with his unmistakable style. (more…)


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Kind of unbelievable, but this is the fifteenth studio album from this German hard dance band. From their early “happy hardcore” up to dubstep, Scooter have experimented with several dance genres and sub-genres such as hardstyle and jumpstyle, and moving between hip hop and hard rock, shifting from trance to house smoothly. Ans “The Big Mash Up” is about mashing up all these styles and genres, twisted out the classic euro-disco into dubstep and blend happy hardcore with hard dance into one. The Scooter’s trademark sound combining simple and catchy melodies with fast tempos are all over the new album and most of their melodies eventually sounds familiar. This is quite a mash up. But probably… winning is everything. (more…)


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Atari Teenage Riot – Is This Hyperreal (2011) ATR’s early releases – which included songs like “Hetzjagd Auf Nazis!”/“Hunt Down the Nazis!” –  were surrounded by controversy in Germany. Highly political, they fused anarchist and anti-Nazi views with punk vocals and the emerging techno sound which was ravishing new back than at the beginning of the 90s. The three Berliners – Alec Empire, Hanin Elias and MC Carl Crack taken their name from a Portuguese Joe song Teenage Riot from the Teen-age Riot album with the word Atari added, as an Atari ST computer was used to create compositions.
They signing to Phonogram Records, a major European label, in 1993 the band received an unusually large financial advance which they duplicitously used to set up their own record label: Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) and in the best tradidion of any anarchist and punk band, they never delivered a commercially viable demo to Phonogram. (more…)


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Lou Rhodes and Andy Barlow parted their ways in 2004 to go on divergent solo projects after four beautiful electronic albums. Six years later, talking on the phone and catching up, their considered the time it’s right to make another Lamb album. And this is it. “5” will be released on May 5 and the pre-ordered special limited-edition version consist in 15 tracks. The flawless blend of baffled beats, intriguing textured ambience and lush, the soulful melodies and color of exciting noises are merged into this highly pulsing new material, Lamb sounds fresh, distinguished, alive and kicking, the best possible mixture of experimental trip hop and pumping drum and bass. Aside from trip hop and drum and bass, their musical style is included a mixture of jazz and dub. (more…)

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