dub techno thread

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https://insectorama.bandcamp.com/album/frozen-orange
beats are there to be broken http://musicindevon.org/
https://echospacedetroit.bandcamp.com/music

https://echospacestudio.bandcamp.com/music
I'm currently searching for Dj Producer hip hop related interviews I saw a few weeks back somewhere.

There's this too.


.. Hard times call for extreme measures ....29.03.20 - 1 week into Covid-19 Lockdown -- Every Dj on the planet is now streaming on the internet ..... The wall of noise being emitted from every zero & one is now at saturation levels The only cure is an ambient antidote ... I think it important to show all sides of our natures in these ridiclous times ..... where i am usually the causer of hangovers, i now bring a cure. Enjoy.


Fangarm (Norway)

seemingly more of an industrial techno producer. I like the grit, atmos and industrial style detailed samples used in "Tetja V Kosmose". Gives a lot more body to the tunes. The dark melodic builds are great. Well done!


https://fangarm.bandcamp.com/album/dubuha





Om Unit once again.

Dub, 303's, a style & experience that has been around & done in many, many guises since day. Maybe lower bpm, acid is a sound I may get slightly nostalgic for, if it is done well. Plastikman was dubby in delivery, perhaps that's a reference I may adhere to for impact this far on. Or bits of Richard H. Kirk here and there. Regardless, the appeal is in the simplicity. You can do a lot with melody with dub, a very versatile medium no doubt. The melodic simplicity exists within the Om Unit tunes. I think it is great. More please?


https://omunit.bandcamp.com/album/acid-dub-studies-lp
(19th June 2022, 03:39)+ToRMeNT+ Wrote: Om Unit once again.

Dub, 303's, a style & experience that has been around & done in many, many guises since day. Maybe lower bpm, acid is a sound I may get slightly nostalgic for, if it is done well. Plastikman was dubby in delivery, perhaps that's a reference I may adhere to for impact this far on. Or bits of Richard H. Kirk here and there. Regardless, the appeal is in the simplicity. You can do a lot with melody with dub, a very versatile medium no doubt. The melodic simplicity exists within the Om Unit tunes. I think it is great. More please?


https://omunit.bandcamp.com/album/acid-dub-studies-lp

I'd say that "Bristol Theme" is my favourite track from this album.
Yes








https://carlcraig.bandcamp.com/track/att...oswald-dub



https://www.discogs.com/label/215-Driftwood


Driftwood was a small but wonderful label which has released some very nice dubby deep-house tracks. The label is owned by Terry Lee Brown Jr. and The Timewriter, who have produced most of the label's releases under various aliases.
Notable jems are Da Kine's 'Samoa', Drainpipe's 'New Life', and Jeremy's 'So Peaceful'. The last release (010) from Jeremy is a timeless release, limited to only 100 copies.


This is an extended Minimal Dub Techno mix with some songs added to the mix of Eric Cloutier. Check out his soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cloutier


Tracklist:

01. elias - imagination [#07]
02. jeremy - b2 [#10]
03. da kine - sunshower [#02]
04. da kine - ganja mist pt.2 [#05]
05. drain pipe - low life [#04]
06. da kine - mellow tip [#02]
07. da kine - samoa [#05]
8. monsoon - night cap [#03]
9. jeremy - where the heart is [#08]
10. jeremy - so peaceful [#08]
11. jeremy - sensitive pt.2 [#08]
12. elias - explain [#01]
13. elias - selce nights [#07]




New Pole lp, "Tempus" via Mute, November 2022






Catching up the Salz catalogue. YES. Good stuff. Previous Telrae mix series are great too!


Purelink.



..As I often play these records alongside newer releases, I realized most of those classics were more than 25 years old, I thought of compiling them together to show where dub tech comes from and how timeless most of these tracks are...Take a record like Round Four, discovered for a lot of people like me on Daniel Bell's mix (2000) The button down mind of Daniel Bell. More than 25 years onwards, you can look at a record like this, alongside Baby Ford and early Ricardo Villalobos as the blueprint for modern minimal and dubby electronic music, but that would imply that those genres later improved upon the overall formula. In reality, few got even close to as good as this. The origins of a genre is often more important than newer releases. ''If you do not know where you come from, then you don't know where you are, and if you don't know where you are, then you don't know where you're going...'' (Terry Pratchett, I Shall Wear Midnight)

-  Jeff Chill aka. Funky Jeff, February 2024


https://soundcloud.com/funky_jeff/the-or...3-h-31-min


The Beginning Of The Voyage (Heart Chakra)
Monolake - Amazon (1999) / Interstate / Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music
Konrad Black - White Cigarettes (2002) / Two Hundred And Forty Volts Volume 2 / Swayzak recordings
Burger/Ink - Elvism (1996) / [Las Vegas] / Matador / Kompakt klassiks
Round Four featuring Tikiman - Found A Way (1998 ) / Find A Way EP / Main street records
Maurizio - M06a (1996) / M-6 / Maurizio
Monolake- Ionized (2001) / Cinemascope / Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music
Monolake & Makam - Mass transit railway (1998 ) / Hong Kong / Chain reaction
Various Artists - No.8 (1997) / 8 8.5 9 EP / Fat Cat records
Swayzak - Form Is Emptyness (2001) / Shape Memory Effect / Force tracks
Swayzak vs Theorem - Break In At Apartment 205 (1999) / Break In At Apartment 205 EP / M_nus
Swayzak - Slave to the Hard Drive (2001) / Shape Memory Effect / Force tracks
The Kooky Scientist - Nite Glide (1997) / Unpopular Science / Plus 8
Convextion - Miranda (Original '96 Mix) / Convextion EP / Matrix
Quadrant - Hyperprism (1993) / Quadrant E.P. / R & S Recordings
David Alvarado Blue (Dub) (2001) / Blue EP
G-Man - Quo Vadis (1999) / i220
Ratio - Early Blow (1998 ) / Preview EP / Central
Basic Channel - Radiance long (1994) / Basic channel
B.C. - Weird Vibrations ( 1994 ) / Stronghold Techno EP / i.t.p. recordings
Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak (1994) / Basic channel
Vainqueur - Lyot (Maurizio Mix) (1992) / Maurizio
INFINITI-game one (1994) / Metroplex
Mateo Murphy - Inside out (2002) / Epsilonlab
Fluxion - Vibrant Forms 2 (1999) / Bipolar Defect / Chain Reaction
Parallel 9 - Quadrus (1996) / Q EP / Prime
Sanasol - Matrix Noise (1997) / Thule records
Thor - Aliens Don't Boogie (1999) / Æ Recordings
Merv - Dust (1998 )/ Happiness on a string EP / Dancecop
Ricardo Villalobos - Frank Mueller Melodram / Perlon
Ricardo Villalobos - Heike (Villalobos Mood Mix) (1998 ) / Heike EP / Lo-fi stereo
In Aeternam Vale - Ultrabase (1993) / Machine À Laver / Ultrabase EP / Minimal Wave
I enjoyed this.

https://nilsfrahm.bandcamp.com/album/2x1-4




Track list:

00:00 - Desert Mule
05:24 - Presidential Tub
12:02 - Puddle Drop
18:27 - Buddy Hop
25:29 - Sarah & Eve
38:39 - Raw Chef
44:21 - Neckrub

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