Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Konovalov - 1991 EP

Today a was sorting through about a month worth of new music that I haven't got a chance to listen to and I stumbled upon the offering from Ukrainian producer Konovalov AKA Stas Konovalov. My mind was blown, Konovalov delivers Techno that is reminiscent of Mako Records style but with bigger more nasty wobbles and more breakbeat. If you are a fan of Proxy, The Boomzers, Nightbreaker or Polymorpic do not miss Konovalov's 1991 EP. Konovalov's 1991 EP comes with my highest recommendations, all the tracks bang fucking hard.
1991 EP is out now on I Hate U Records and you can purchase all of the Konovalov EP, here on Beatport, it's worth every penny. Also if you are broke you can check out all of the 1991 EP plus a whole lot more durty bassline goodness on his Soundcloud. Grab the title track 1991 in full 320 kbps goodness thanks to Stas Konovalov down below and also check out the preview of his follow up EP, Crackers.

Konovalov - 1991 (Original Mix) *Grab This Track Right Now, IT B MASSIVE!


Bonus - There are so many disgustingly talented producers coming out of Russia and Ukraine right now,  it's like fucking France in the 90s. This shit is blowing my mind, I feel like I hear some new freakishly talented Soviet kid every week. 
Check out some new tracks from Namesis and Sunko, two very talented and very unknown Russians. Also definitely check out Konovalov's re-fix of the Namesis and Sunko colaboration down below. I also highly recommend that you swing by Sunko's Soundcloud and Namesis Soundcloud pages to hear more from these very talented Russians.
  Sunko ft. Namesis - Kikin' My Brain (Konovalov Remix) by Konovalov
  Sunko feat. Namesis - Attack (Original mix) by NAMESIS
  Hijack & Brabe - Boogie (Sunko remix) by Sunko
  Audiofetish - Tanz Und Farbe (Konovalov remix) FREE DOWNLOAD by Konovalov

Monday, November 29, 2010

Drivepilot - Firefriend Remix

Drivepilot AKA Nick Edwards just dropped a fucking monster of a remix for Sna-fu's track Firefriend. This track is killing it right now on the HypeMachine charts right now so if you haven't heard it yet you must be living under a rock or something. But I am super stoked that, #1 Drivepilot is getting some support from the masses, it is much deserved. And #2 HypeMachine has good music on it once again, just not shitty Kid Cudi, Passion Pit and Kanye mashups.

Sna-fu - Firefriend (Drivepilot Remix)

I also posted a sick video of Drivepilot absolutely destroying it @ Bohemia warehouse here in Portland, OR. He drops two of his own remixes of Haezer and F.O.O.L., just watch it, Nick kills it and I highly recommend you seize any opportunity you can to see this young man play live.
Drivepilot also just did a recent interview + mix for Trashbags.net. I highly recommend that you swing by this link to grab the mix and read the interview, it's funny and interesting.

Drivepilot Loves Trashbags (Exclusive Trashbags Mix Download) (Read Trashbags Divepilot Interview)
  • 1.Drivepilot – Invaders
  • 2.Drivepilot – Fuck Yeah!
  • 3.Does It Offend You, Yeah? – We Are The Dead (Drivepilot Remix)
  • 4.NEUS – Blast (Drivepilot Remix)
  • 5.Drivepilot – Highly Addictive
  • 6.Hall & Oates – Private Eyes (Drivepilot Remix)
  • 7.The Mastertrons – Attack The Train (Drivepilot Remix)
  • 8.Void Camp – Dead Bodies Everywhere (Drivepilot Remix)
  • 9.Autodidakt – Chainsaw (Drivepilot Remix) *Comes in around 32 min., ABSOLUTE STOMPER!
  • 10.Haezer – Here Come The Punks (Drivepilot Remix)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

More Domination From Asia: THE RIOTZ!

This Korean duo is no news to our blog (and consequently it shouldn't be to you either!), this mini post is just to make sure you don't miss out on two of their most recent remixes, which are pure destruction. There are some serious synth bass sounds on their Dirty Noise remix and on their Nthonius more of the usual dirty yet wonderfully easy to enjoy bass lines that makes us love The Riotz. Enjoy!

Nthonius - Red world (THERIOTZREMIX) by THERIOTZ

Dirty Noise - Everybody UP! (THERIOTZ! REMIX) by THERIOTZ

aUtOdiDakT - Genres Are Dead

Andres Klein, is the owner and founder of Traktor/Mähtrasher Record. Thats his day job, running two amazing record labels. At night Andres is a Producer/DJ under the name aUtOdiDakT. This very talented and very busy musical polymath recently released a massive 28 track, 145 minute, 2 CD debut album titled "Genres Are Dead". Not only is aUtOdiDakT selling this huge 2 CD debut LP for the price of 1 CD but he recently sent us over a little sample of the album for download. So check out Nitro, Good On The Dancefloor, Volltanken bitte!, and Pimp My Life. After one listen you should be sold and proceed directly to Beatport to pick up Genres Are Dead.

aUtOdiDakT - Nitro - If you like Proxy, DJ Antention and the nasty Russian bass banger sound check this out!
aUtOdiDakT & ULTRNX - Pimp my life - which is a little ironic middlefinger towards the majorindustry wrapped in a sweet Disco-Electro track

*To find out more about why aUtOdiDakT is qualified to tell you that Genres Are Dead, check out the press release that you can find in the comments section of this post.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

FreshFoolish.com Coming Very Soon

Fresh Foolish are Electro/Dubstep producers Emmanuel and Shaki from Milan and Bergamo. They have recently dropped an awesome new mix tape called "INTERSTELLAR" to promote their brand new website www.freshfoolish.com. The website will launch this Saturday November, 20th and I highly recommend you check it out especially if you are a fan of Shake Your Ass Records artists and the vicious maximal electro thrash and dubstep that the Milan/Bergamo region has churning out recently. You can listen and download the INTERSTELLAR mix below as well as a great Fresh Foolish remix of a Belzebass track, Hell Dance and you can preview their huge new track Breath out soon on Crux Records. I also highly recommend that you check out Fresh Foolish's Soundcloud and our older posts on Fresh Foolish to hear and learn more. Also, you can grab their released material here on Beatport and don't forget to check out www.freshfoolish.com on November 20th.

Natasha Kmeto - Expressor

Natasha Kmeto is a Califonia born and raised, Portland based producer/DJ/vocalist who is breaking all the right rules. As a female R&B/Soul vocalist, you shouldn't be singing over tracks labeled as left field hip-hop and IDM. As a producer, you shouldn't be blurring the lines between hip-hop, experimental electronics and jazz. As her new album Expressor demonstrates, Natasha has no concern for these imposed genre restrictions and no inclination to play the role of a stereotypical "Diva". Thank god for this because her recently released sophomore album delivers something that is thoughful, beatiful, rockin' and entirely unique. I highly recommend Expressor to fans of the Low End Theory sound and regulars and residents like Flying Lotus, Tokimonsta, Teebs, Baths, Nobody, etc., and those who dig Ninja Tune Recs new sound (i.e. Eskmo or Daedelus) and fans of indie hip hop producers like J Dilla, Madlib, or MF Doom. 
I recently had the good fortune of seeing Natasha Kmeto perform live at The Holocene in PDX for the album release party of Expressor and she was awesome. Last weekend I was at Tibetan Fox, a portland based clothing and art collective that made and designed T-Shirts for our blog. The owner and artist, Derek told me that Natasha was very sick for her show at the Holocene and drank a half a cup of tabasco sauce with apple juice to help her clear her throat before performing. That's super badass and she still fuckin' killed it despite illness. If you live in the North West check her out on this Friday, 11/19 in Seattle or Saturday, 11/20 @ Branx in PDX. Check out some of her music below and go to her Soundcloud page to check out more. You can purchase all her work on iTunes.

The Bloody Beetroots Remix Goose

The Bloody Beetroots just released a new remix on Goose's "Can't Stop Me Now" release and I can't believe I wasn't one of the first to bring it to you. It's been an effort to recover from the show Bob put on with Deathcrew in Portland, probably the best show I've seen here despite it's short nature. But they played this song out mid-set while I was going wild and I'm glad it's out because it's the fucking tits. It's got that same feel Fucked From Above has and it'd be a shame if you missed it. Anyway, grab it and get nuts. Also, not to undermine Goose themselves who we are huge fans of (Low Mode = Epic), check out the EP as well to get all the greatness.

Goose -Can't Stop Me Now (The Bloody Beetroots Remix) (192 kbps)******

The Outlaw Country Breaking Beats: Light Year - Five Girls EP

I've been out of the game for a bit due to schooling but I had to come back to give you guys Light Year. You guys might have picked up their stellar remix of Surkin's "Fan Out" and gotten a taste (and if you didn't don't worry, it's down below), but the two Australians have just dropped a stellar EP by the name of "Five Girls" that you have to pick up. You guys might know the powerhouse label they're working with, The Bang Gang 12 Inches who have released stuff from TCHNCRCY favorites Cassian and the epic Bag Raiders. The title track is reminiscent of Herve's banger "Wasted" that we've praised before; its got just an epic hook sample and a droning bassline to get your body in motion. The other tracks are phenomenal as well: "In and Out" follows "Five Girls" stylo, "Marcellus" (dope Pulp Fiction fan video here) brings some Duck Sauce groovy horns to coincide with some disco vocal samples while "Movin" keeps it going with some jungle drummage, and "Public Service Announcement" pushes some bassline electro. The whole EP comes highly recommend from the TCHNCRCY Crew and you can grab it at Beatport here.

If you need some convincing I'm putting up some of the great remixes they've dropped along with the EP's title track to get you on board. The Surkin remix improves on all the parts of the original I loved, giving the bassline the love it deserves. The track is unmissable so pick it up. Along with that there is an ill remix of their Australian brothers, Bag Raiders, that shows their darker, atmospheric side along with a remix of "Operah" that's got the tweaked out bass we all love. And if that's not enough to put up some cash, you can check out the whole EP on their soundcloud to really hear what you're getting. So check the boys out and keep em on your list.

Light Year - Five Girls (320 kbps)*****
Surkin - Fan Out (Light Year Remix) (320 kbps)***********
Bag Raiders - Turbo Love (Light Year Remix) (320 kbps)***
The Finger Prince - Operah (Light Year Remix) (320 kbps)

Speaking of groovey Duck Sauce, here's a Louis La Rouche's remix of their new track "Goody Two Shoes" that has been making the rounds. Figured I'd get it up while I'm talking about them. Sorry about it being ripped but that's all that is out there.

Duck Sauce - Goody Two Shoes (Louis Laroche Edit) (Rip) (128 kbps)****

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Mako Records New Secret Weapon: ATTACK 1985

We all love the hard tracks that Mako Records puts out, lets face it (even Destructo can't deny his love for the label; "my secret weapon" says the man behind hard referring to the Mako tracks he likes to spin in a recent interview). Mako is adding a new member to its family: Attack 1985. This German duo fits in perfectly with the sound that Russian legend Proxy is trying to spread. Below you will find a video teaser for their upcoming Intruder EP as well as their remix of a Proxy track that you just can't miss...unless of course you are a little bitch. Oh and also a really fucking cool video with explosions, tits and a great track.
And please, head over to their soundcloud because all of his tracks are available for download.

Proxy-Ready 2 Watching (Attack 1985 Remix)

Tezuma & Kint More Destruction from Italy

Not long age we did a post on Tezuma & Kint, yet another duo from Italy dropping filthy electro tracks (no I am not complaining, it is just mind-blowing to me to see such concentration of talent in a single country). Anyways, they dropped an EP through Kill Beat Records this past August and ever since then these guys have not been slackers. Check out the remixes below, and see for yourself what I mean when I say that there is some heavy competition in the peninsula, but Tezuma & Kint's destructive style makes them heavy contenders. Be careful, the El Puerco remix might fuck you up.

ELPuerco | TToTD ( Tezuma&Kint Remix ) by Tezuma&kint

Totentanz | Deaath ( Tezuma&Kint Remix ) by Tezuma&kint

Drivepilot? F**K YEAH!

First of all, let me apologize for slacking in the posts lately. But I think, that this post should make up for it. Even though is a bit late and this EP has been out for a couple of weeks now, I cannot stress enough how insanely HARD Drivepilot's F**K YEAH! EP is. Released on Drivepilot's very own record label Traction Records, this EP features remixes by F.O.O.L., The Mastertrons (my favorite remix, soooo sick!!!), and Noize Generation, NEUS and the Boomzers, in other words this shit is massive. This Portland producer delivers great tracks and I strongly recommend you pick up this EP over here.

We have actually posted some soundclouds of the remixes previously so click AQUI and browse for your personal gratification. Below is the link for the original track, which shines despite all the talented producers that have their name on this EP.

Drivepilot- FUCK YEAH!

A little more? This track was posted on soundcloud fairly recently and makes you wonder: when the fuck did this guy get a Commodore64? Hit play to enjoy a track full of those square waves that make 8bit soundcards so dope.

Drivepilot - Invaders by DRIVEPILOT

Monday, November 15, 2010

Sawgood's - Yes & No EP Featuring The Mastertrons & Belzebass

Perennial Technocracy favorite Sawgood, just dropped his new EP titled Yes & No. The release is out now on Kiez Beats Records and can be purchased exclusively on Beatport. I highly recommend that you do so as it features two originals, "Yes" & "No", from the man himself Sawgood, along with huge bangin' bassline electro remixes of "Yes" from The Mastertrons and Belzebass as well as a cool DnB mix of "No" from Ozma. Grab some previews below.
Sawgood - Yes (Original Mix) (Preview) [Buy on Beatport]
Sawgood - Yes (The Mastertrons Remix) (Preview) [Buy on Beatport]
Sawgood - Yes (Belzebass Remix) (Preview) [Buy on Beatport]

More Mastertrons? Of course you want more from this young and upcoming Italian duo, The Mastertrons (link to buy their stuff on Beatport), you listened to their remix of Yes, right? You can actually check out The Mastertrons full remix of Yes (not a preview) on The Mastertrons Soundcloud page along with other great new remixes for Belzebass, F.O.O.L., Gtronic, great new originals including their Fat Man EP and a whole bunch more.
For more information on The Mastertrons (link to Mastertrons on TCHNCRCY Music), please check out some of our older posts on this very talented duo to find out more about the group and listen to a few huge tracks off their debut EP. Or you can swing by their myspace, facebook and Shake Your Ass Records to find out even more. Check out some maximal thrash electro, courtesy of the young duo themselves who sent us some great remixes for your listening pleasure.
Fresh Foolish feat. AG & AG - Fidgerator (The Mastertrons Remix)
HateBoss ft. Tommaso Mantelli - Get Out (The Mastertrons Remix)
The Roto Mafia - West Coast Is Back (The Mastertrons Remix)
DJ Antention - Go (The Mastertrons Remix)

More Belzebass? Hell yes you do. Belzebass is another very talented and very cool duo from northern Italy. They, like The Mastertrons, have been very busy churning out tons of bangin' electro filth in the studios. I highly recommend you check out either some of our older posts on Belzebass and their Soundcloud (listen to full version of their "Yes" remix plus much more) or Myspace.
Belzebass - Du Auch (Sawgood & DJ Antention Remix)
Belzebass - Il Maiale

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

DJ Antention - Look At My Weapon

Russian bass heavyweight DJ Antention just dropped a new track on his soundcloud. I highly recommend you check it out.


Gotta make this short and sweet cause it's super late but Austrian electro producer Phinz just sent us his new track Stereohype and I will be unable to sleep unless I share this gem with y'all. If you have never heard of Phinz, grab Stereohype below right now, you will not be disapointed. If you have heard from his previous electro stompers like Atari Disco (which you can download fo' free on his Soundcloud), grab Stereohype down below. All I am trying to tell you is that Stereohype bangs and Phinz is a name that you don't won't to forget.

Owl Vision + Shake Your Ass, How Can You Go Wrong With That?

Owl Vision, aka Johaness Arnesson, has been posting quite a few sick remixes lately, and it is definitely about time we give them the well-deserved attention they need. One of them is a little over a month old, I apologize for the delay, but the rest are fairly recent and really sick. Huoratron and Belzebass fans will find the following tracks irresistible.

STYGG - Envy (Owl Vision Remix) by Owl Vision

Oh Shit! - Outside Of Me (Owl Vision Remix) by Owl Vision

And the following will be soon released on our beloved Shake Your Ass Records,

Fresh Foolish - Awake (Owl Vision Remix) - Teaser by Owl Vision

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Vakkuum or Wyatt Peck is a young producer and DJ from Burlington, Vermont who has been churning some very nasty tracks lately. He recently sent his huge new original track "X" our way and we had to throw it up immediately. I also put up his new remix of Noize Generation's track "Monster", because Vakkuum's refix definitely delivers on the name. If you are a fan of the huge bass sound coming out of Russia right now (i.e. Proxy, Polymorphic, DJ Antention, and all of the Mako Recs crew) you definitely don't want to miss Vakkuum. I highly recommend that you pick up "X" which Vakkuum is giving to you for free on his Soundcloud; you should check it out anyways for instant access to loads more bangers.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Death Crew 77 is Coming: Portland Get Ready

In case you have been living in a cave to connect with nature or in a coma after a tragic car accident, and you didn't know that the Bloody Beetroots were coming to strange Portland, Oregon then consider yourself warned. Wednesday November 3rd, Roseland Theater, affordable price, please we are all big boys and girls here so BE THERE! In case you need some incentive see below what they did to Australia earlier this year and just a few days back to LA. It looks like pure mayhem, do yourself a favor and don't miss what will be one of Portland's best nights of the year.