Fresh FM : ReFresh 2014

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V Recordings Old Skool Mix Vol 1 by Bryan Gee

1- ITS A JAZZ THING – ROMI SIZE AND DJ DIE – V RECORDINGS
2- TIMESTRETCH – RONI SIZE
3 KUTT- MASK ( RONI SIZE ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
4 – CHAPTER 20 – TRINITY ( DILLINJAH ) – V RECORDINGS
5- BURIAL ( DILLINJAH AMEN MIX ) LEVITICUS – PHILLY BLUNT DUB
6- GANSTER VIP – DILLINJAH – PHILLY BLUNT DUB
7- BONANZA KID – FIREFOX – PHILLY BLUNT RECORDS
8- BUCK RODGERS – FIREFOX – PHILLY BLUNT RECORDS
9- DAYZ – RONI SIZE – V RECORDINGS
10- SOMETHING SPECIAL – DJ DIE – V RECORDINGS
11- STEP UP – DIE AND SUV – V RECORDINGS
12- SET SPEED ( DJ KRUST REMIX ) – KRUST – V RECORDINGS
13- GUESS – DJ KRUST – V RECORDINGS
14- ANGLES – DJ KRUST – V RECORDINGS
15- SHOOKS – LEMON D – CHRONIC RECORDS
16- SPECIAL TREAT – DJ DIE – V RECORDINGS
17- NON BELIEVERS – TRINITY ( DILLINJAH ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
18 – I SELASSIE – TRINITY / DILLINJAH – PHILLY BLUNT
19- JAH – TRINITY – CHRONIC RECORDS
20- NASTY – MONOMAN ( DJ DIE ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
21- RAGE – TRINITY ( DILLINJAH ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
22- 3 DROPS – TRINITY ( DILLINJAH ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
24- WARPPED – TRINITY ( DILLINJAH ) – CHRONIC RECORDS
25- BADMAN ( TELEPHATHY MIX ) BRYAN GEE AND DILLINJAH
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Klute B2B Dom & Roland w/ MC Fava – SUN & BASS – Club Ripping – Sept 2014

Sun & Bass 2014 was a vintage year, the vibes were strong and each and every night was killer.
On the Monday night we all convened in the dark dungeon of the black room at Club Ripping in San Teodoro for what was a night of sheer mayhem. The walls were dripping and the air conditioning was shaken off the ceiling.
Jumpat started, then The Invaderz, followed by Nymfo alongside the Stamina MC with the final 2 hours devoted to Klute & Dom & Roland back to back, alongside the ladies favourite, MC Fava.
With many thanks to all the SUN & BASS crew and everyone at BASSDRIVE.
It was a hell of a night.

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2014-10-17 – Modeselektor (50 Weapons, Monkeytown) @ Overdrive Infinity TV Show #39 (France)

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Wildly diverse, infused with exuberance and inspired by a slap of the absurd, Modeselektor’s inarguable grooves seem to emanate from every conceivable musical genre, creating a controlled chaos whose sonic expression elevates the eyebrows of critics and the heartbeats of dance floors around the world.
‘Boundary breaking’ is a phrase that today almost every artist wants to claim; however Modeselektor’s description as such does not come as an afterthought or marketing ploy. The idea of breaking boundaries permeates their music because this dissolution of cultural borders is ingrained in their very identities.
The electronic production team of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary came of age in Berlin shortly after the fall of the infamous Wall in 1989. It was a place and time where breaking down boundaries was not a convenient meme, but rather a literal description of what was going on outside their front doors. Germany was a stew of mixed emotions, high hopes and insecurity, all existing at the same time as the reunited populace attempted to right itself anew.
Thrust upon the unique cultural landscape of the newly liberated city, the two former East Berliners found themselves in the ultimate urban jungle, deep in the realm of the absurd. In this liminal state of upheaval and change, anything was possible. As cops and parents preoccupied themselves with other concerns, the youth took advantage of the obtuse authorities to throw wild underground acid house parties. And this is where Modeselektor met: in the midst of the chaos, swimming in the heady sense of freedom that only those once oppressed can truly understand. It was 1995.
Modeselektor emerged out of the tangle of post-wall Berlin, monkey men with beats clenched between their teeth and ideas that would soon force music journalists to make up new words: bastard dancehall, euro crunk, acid rap, big bass techno, labstyle, happy metal, psychedelic electro. Like a jungle, their
music is dense, textured and rich with sounds never experienced before, drawn from a production ethos of “create, distort, recycle.” Modeselektor’s appreciation for the absurd engenders an attitude of levity towards their music, refreshing in a world where “serious techno” has become a funny cliché.

After trying out the name Fundamental Knowledge, the duo soon found a moniker with a better fit: Modeselektor, taken from a function on the Roland RE-201 space echo analog delay effects unit. They progressed from DJ sets to a live act and began playing small open airs in Berlin with Pfadfinderei, a local design collective whose avant-garde visual contributions aptly reflect the translation of their name: pathfinders. In 2001 Modeselektor met Ellen Allien who quickly signed the promising minds to BPitch Control, one of the most highly respected techno labels in the world. The catapult was loaded.
A series of singles, EPs and remixes ensued, along with exciting collaboration with Parisian rap group TTC as well as Berlin wunderkind Apparat under the name Moderat. Modeselektor began to draw international attention and soon snagged the ears of one Thom Yorke, who declared his love for their music on television. Now immersed in the European artistic community, the producers presented sound installations at the Centre Pompidou in Paris and lectured at the Merz Academie in Stuttgart.

After years of intense touring all over Europe, in 2005 Modeselektor released their first full-length album Hello Mom! (BPitch Control). Cue the world tour and rave reviews for a release that soared beyond the normal strata of electronic output with its potent celebration of sonic diversity, equally as enjoyable for the headphone listener and the sweaty clubber at 3AM.
As if there was any question about this duo’s aptitude, in 2007 the album Happy Birthday! (BPitch Control) dropped and subsequently detonated with supreme force. Minds frothed and limbs flailed as the next era of grime-techno-dubstep-acid-hip hop-electro-IDM was inaugurated, influencing producers and DJs around the world to employ Modeselektor’s samples and methods to bring a boundary-less musical experience to their listeners as
well. Happy birthday indeed.
No longer teenage rabble-rousers but young fathers, Modeselektor was named “Best Dubstep and Grime Artist” in the 2008 Beatport Awards, and hit the road with Radiohead and then Ellen Allien. Obviously the two play well with others; their list of collaborators and guest vocalists had grown into a “Who’s Who” list of the continental underground: Paul St. Hilaire, Team Shadetek, Sasha Perera, Puppetmastaz, Maxïmo Park, Otto von Schirach and Siriusmo.

Reigniting their production work with fellow Berliner and Renaissance man Apparat, Moderat released a self-titled, all analog album in 2009 to massive critical acclaim. The creative synergy of Modeselektor’s robust, bass-slapping sound and Apparat’s dark and dreamy intricacies highlights the best elements of each style, resulting in a dynamic musical experience that is expressed well by Moderat’s engaging and inspiring live performance.
Accompanied by Pfadfinderei, the dream team toured the world, playing the largest festivals in existence and garnering multiple awards for both the album and their innovative live presentation, including Resident Advisor’s award for Best Live Act of the year in 2009.
Appropriately, Modeselektor had always described themselves as more of a live act, not studio musicians – the opposite opinion from most producers who prefer the hermit role. Their love for the live music experience is perhaps a relic of growing up in a bounded environment; coming from a society that was restrained for so long, they now relish the communion that performance provides.
Dedicated to sharing their success and spreading the sounds that inspire, Modeselektor launched Monkeytown Records in 2009 as a platform for befriended artists. The label and its 50WEAPONS imprint have become synonymous with groundbreaking bass music over the last five years, each presenting a cherry-picked selection of choice beats and breakthrough artists.

Modeselektor’s third full-length album Monkeytown (Monkeytown Records) landed in late 2011 to major acclaim. With massive energy, a panoply of guest artists and divergent sounds from across the sonic spectrum, Monkeytown journeyed even deeper into Modeselektor’s world, where the dance floor is heaving, the music is magnanimous and the boundaries were broken a long time ago.
In 2013, fans received an inside glimpse of the subversive duo’s secrets with We Are Modeselektor by Romi Angel and Holger Wick, a documentary that searches for the origins of the Modeselektor phenomenon with behind-the-scenes tour footage and captivating insights.

Soon after came the highly anticipated second full-length release by Moderat, aptly titled II. A compelling ride through the creamy top layer of dance beats and pure pop, the album swerves under the swagger of unexpected beats and intelligent design.
Modeselektor continues to be an instrumental player in their home city’s cultural agenda, curating the lineup for the sea lake stage at MELT! Festival in Berlin for the past four years. Busy building the Monkeytown empire with showcase events and successful Modeselektion parties all over the world, Modeselektor is an evolving icon of the post-everything era.

The pent-up energy generated through years of cultural suppression and a divided heart-city has been captured in Modeselektor’s sound and delivered to listeners around the world, to dancers who join them on the precipice of the absurd- a place where boundary-breaking is no longer a metaphor. Like many today, Modeselektor’s music is often sample-based, but like very few today, they create almost all of their own samples, Jim Jones notwithstanding.

Though their sound is without a doubt inspired by the artistic rebirth of Berlin, it was never confined to the limitations of the city’s hype bubble that by its very nature rises and then falls. Modeselektor’s music does not belong to any one time or place; it is universal. Just as the Berlin Wall was broken down in the dawn of Modeselektor’s coming of age, so too were any musical
boundaries in their minds, and their multi-mood productions emulate the deeply textured landscape of the human psyche that such a revolutionary era put upon display.

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01.) Radioactive Man – Goodnight Morton [Rotters Golf Club 001]
02.) Randomer – Percussion Workout 2 [Clone Basement Series - CBS 16]
03.) Jon Hopkins – Abandon Window (Moderat Remix) [Domino - RUG 595D]
04.) ID – ID
05.) Cosmin TRG – Auster [Bleep - BLPGRN 002]
06.) Phon.o – Schn33 [50 Weapons - 027]
07.) Lil Tal & Gant-Man & Ty – Ride, Shake, Whip [Dance Mania - DM 0001]
08.) Traxmen & Eric Martin – Hit It From The Back [Strut - 114CD]
09.) ID – ID
10.) Bambounou – Take It Out On Me (French Fries Remix) [50 Weapons - Remix 10]
11.) Head High – It’s A Love Thing (Piano Invasion) [H2rec - 34616]
12.) Osborne – Bout Ready To Jak (Shake’s Remix) [Spectral Sound - SPC-14]
13.) Petter B – Tool 01 [Bond - 002]
14.) Randomer – Stupid Things I Do (New School Mix) [Clone Basement Series - CBS 16]

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New Blood 014: Taelimb Mix

We are excited to welcome Taelimb as one of our guests at The Colombian (Corsica Studios) on the 14th of November. Check his mix from our recent New Blood 014 podcast…

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Evolcast 006 — hosted by Gigantor

Evolcast 006 – Hosted by Gigantor

Tracklist:
00 – Evolcast 006 — hosted by Gigantor
01 – Madre De Dios – Current Value
02 – The Truth Isn’t Really Real – Dylan & Kitech feat. Robyn Chaos
03 – Dark Matter – Fonkah & Alerstorm
04 – Gotham – Audio
05 – Factory (Evol Intent Edit) – Golden Features
06 – Long Time Dead (Maztek remix) – State Of Mind & Black Sun Empire feat. Codebreaker
07 – Revolution – Document One
08 – Bloodstream – The Upbeats & Shapeshifter
09 – Desert Sand – Black Sun Empire & Pythius
10 – MDMX – Gridlok & Dieselboy
11 – Cognitive Divergence – Evol Intent
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12 – This Is Not A Dream – Evol Intent
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13 – Nil By Mouth – Audio
14 – Skin Contest feat. JSTJR – ABSRDST
15 – Transylvania Disco – Luke Million
16 – Pay Me On The Other Side – MUST DIE! & Mantis vs. Evol Intent & Anna Yvette
17 – Against The Sun – Rootkit feat. Anna Yvette
18 – Noskope (WIP) – Evol Intent
19 – Irregular – Krakota
20 – Put It On (Annix remix) – State Of Mind & Nymfo
21 – Falling Apart feat. Grimm 1 (Rameses B remix) – Xilent
22 – Aeon Light – Shapeshifter & The Upbeats
23 – Infinity – Mayhem & Logam
24 – Under The Radar VIP – Evol Intent
25 – Circles (Mat Zo remix) – I See Monstas
26 – Dimension 7 (Sub Zero remix) – Eptic
27 – Cardinal – Edit & JDaure
28 – Hot Rock – Volatile Cycle
29 – Commit – Disphonia & Camelorg
30 – Pinball (Bluescreens remix) – Astronaut & EYES
31 – Snuffbox – Crux
32 – Transcendent – Prolix & Misanthrop
33 – Sun Goes Down (Joe Ford remix) – Takura
34 – Backfire – Spectrem
35 – Ghosts (Optiv & BTK remix) – State Of Mind feat. MC Dino
36 – Where You At (Telekinesis remix) – State Of Mind
37 – Certified Gz – Crizzly feat. Slim Thug
38 – Mountains & Molehills (Kill The Noise & Bro Safari remix) – Flux Pavilion ft. Turin Breaks
39 – Never Dies (Party Favor remix) – Yellowclaw
40 – Are We Faded – Keys & Krates
41 – Ghost Town (Flinch & J.Rabbit remix) – The Specials
42 – Like Goodbye – Fei-Fei
43 – Reykjavik – Metrik
44 – Never Catch Me – Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar

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