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10 RECORD LABELS I AM IN LOVE WITH THIS YEAR

Posted in Lists with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 16, 2009 by worldromper

My Top Ten Record Labels of 2009, in no order:

  1. Brainfeeder
  2. Muti Music
  3. Hyperdub
  4. Warp Records
  5. Innerflight Music
  6. Tectonic
  7. Addictech
  8. BPitch Control
  9. Planet Mu
  10. Alpha Pup Records

2010: Year of the PUP

AN-TEN-NAE in LA @ Fill in the BASS Friday August 21!

Posted in Events, Music News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 16, 2009 by worldromper

an-ten-naeDO NOT MISS this legend of the SF underground in his last West Coast appearance before The Burn! An-ten-nae‘s new EP, Acid Crunk, is currently holding down the top five spots on Addictech and is super curly and extra crunchy, just like his live set action which he has been perfecting and tweaking for over ten years. An-ten-nae is an instrumental part of the West Coast Future Sound Movement.

Check out a free mix from an-ten-nae here.

Come and hear this freaky sound pioneer this Friday August 21 at the first installment of Fill in the Bass presented by Bwomp! along with Oscure vs. Odeed (live on four decks), Ev-1, Kid Logic, JViz, Eva, 007, Frenetic, Sati and Headsett. Join us in a new underground venue downtown with sweet graffiti art, dancers, performing artists, and- I think I heard something about a Willy Wonka peep show.

Not in LA? Catch an-ten-nae at Symbiosis Gathering near Yosemite and Decibel Festival in Seattle near the end of September, and check out his other dates here.

Otherwise, get your ass to Fill in the BASS this Friday! Call 310-933-1451 the night of the show for the address and be ready for a night of thick music and heady fun. See you on the dance floor!

BWOMP!

SHIFT Dubstep Droppin’ Seattle Selections Like RAINBOMBS

Posted in LISTEN TO THIS, Music News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 9, 2009 by worldromper

Dubstep fits well in the city of Seattle; the overcast and often dreary climate is the perfect partner for this bass-heavy genre and the grime of Seattle gives its dubstep a dirty edge that can’t wipe away even if you wanted it to.

Shift Recordings drops Seattle Selections today; this compilation album features many of the Pacific Northwest’s rising stars and fresh voices in electronic music including KJ Sawka, Lukki, Dubtek, Sublo, Kid Simple and much more.

Check the Dubstep Forum thread here and buy the album June 9th on Beatport, Digital Tunes, Juno UK or Addictech. And then get down.