Breakcore ghetto tunes for the discerning zombie. For his debut record, Winnipeg's Cakebuilder present a well produced four tracker combining the best of breakcore and rave. Hard, infectious and twisted, his tracks are sure to bring some fresh air to decks and playlist worldwide. (Get this on 12" / as mp3).
Third full length album for Jvox, who presents here his own personal combination of flowing electronica, warm sounds and downbeat. Precise but warm, and always groove-ridden, "QED" injects a impressive dose of humanity and audio craftsmanship in his IDM sensibilities. (Get this on CD / as mp3).
After 25 releases on vinyl over the course of seven years (not counting the ones of his Outside Agency and Semiomime monikers), for such labels as Ruff Teck, Outbreak, Killing Sheep or Sub/Version, here comes finally the first full length album by DJ Hidden. "The Later After" presents a hour long of new material ranging from the hardest and most twisted drum'n'bass to more downtempo, atmospheric tracks. At the same time a long due crowning for this musician and a perfect introduction for people who have been missing out, "The Later After" is the most accomplished and unequaled achievement by this impudently skillful producer. (Get this on CD / as mp3)
The vinyl companion to the CD "The Later After" (adn73), DJ Hidden's "After Before" gathers on a 12" two of the most club-oriented tracks from the album. A deadly tool for any DJ and a sign of many packed dancefloors, these two loud, slowly building, insidious and agile tracks demonstrate DJ Hidden's ability at twisting the very roots of drum'n'bass and fusing them with his own high-fi production and melodic skills. (Get this as mp3)
He had summoned the "Grindkrusher", but you still had no idea how "sick" this all was. Bong-Ra's second homage to his metal roots, "Sick Sick Sick" is the perfect sequel to "Grindkrusher". Faster, harder, improved and super-sized, Bong-Ra mixture of concrete-hard breakcore and anthemic metal gets a new incarnation in the form of this twisted and insolently infectious record. You'd better make some room, as there's going to be some heaving headbanging and mashing going on. Did we say "sick". (Get this as mp3)
Honestly, it can't get any better: Bong-Ra and Enduser get together for a big kill. Touring together in Europe in the Winter of 2007, they have paired here to offer an ear-shattering, subwoofer-wrecking, dancefloor-packing record which combinates the best of both artist. From Bong-Ra fast edits and forceful beats to Enduser's infectious bass lines and crunchy drums, "The Kill" is this piece of music that anyboy even remotely interested in breakcore will enjoy and cherish. Deadly. (Get this on CD / on 12" / as mp3)
"Ultrafood" is the new audio creation of the two forward-thinking audio chefs that are Mad EP and Ra, presenting here a brand new and fresh way to mix the hip hop recipe with cautiously baked breaks, spicy samples and tasty textures. A catchy, heart-warming meal awaits you here, served together with the astonishing visual cutlery or Ra's painting. (Get this on 12" / as mp3)
Dancefloor droids rejoice! For his first release on vinyl, Madrid's forefront producer AZ-Rotator puts his complex dynamic beats to good use, and make them pay homage to old-school rave. Razor-sharp and crystal clear, the freaky vintage disco breaks are here to recombine complexity and club-appeal. (Get this on 12" / as mp3)
The vinyl pendant to the full length CD of the same name, “Grist” compiles six Drumcorps tracks which had not made it onto wax yet. Aaron Spectre's ultimate hybridization of grindcore and breakcore still marches on, presenting again the very intense, detailed and passionate tracks that have made this project so sought after all over the world. (Get this on 12" / as mp3).
Aaron Spectre's first full length album is a respite from his usual hard and fast breakcore or grindcore. Written over many years, "Lost Tracks" present the most melodic, downtempo and aerial side of this multitalented artist, and features collaborations with Lapsed, Aarktica and Kazumi. Aaron Spectre and Ad Noiseam are happy to finally be able to share this timeles and mesmerizing material. (Get this on CD / as mp3)