Friday Freebie: below is a short set prepared by yours truely for Dubstep.lv's Dabsolis show, which was aired last week on Riga's Radio Naba. Unlike most sets we have posted here (with the exception of a "Monday night set" posted some months ago), thiss one is not aiming at making you dance, but rather tuck you gently in bed (possibly crying and slashing your wrists, but we won't be held responsible for this). In other words, this half-hour is dedicated to calm, dark and meditative sounds.
On a side note, this is probably the first time that most of us will hear the word "Oyaarss" pronounced right. Listen up at 9min 35s and take notice.
Friday freebie: Gore Tech has always been particularely generous when it comes to free mixes and podcast (one / two / three) and does it again, this time offering us a full, 42 minute-long live set for us to listen to. This show was recorded in his native Manchester on May 31st, 2013 and can be listened to (and downloaded) here or below. Enjoy
Above is an excerpt from a fresh remix that Ad Noiseam's Gore Tech just finished of a track originally written by the very different sounding act Author & Punisher. It's heavy, it's fast and will be available in the Ad Noiseam online store once it is released. Enjoy.
It took a little while, but we finally managed to coax you into giving internet points to following Ruby My Dear more closely. As announced and promised, here's a reward for everybody, in the form of a full live-set by this artist, recorded live at Berlin's Subland club on April 18th, 2013 during a party co-organized by Helldrop and Ad Noiseam.
You can listen to this hour long set here or below, and should click on this link right here to download it. Enjoy, spread the word, and don't forget that Ruby My Dear is currently putting the final touch to a second full length (entitled "Form 2.0") which will be released on Ad Noiseam in October. As far as new live dates are concerned, they are all listed in our live section.
if you were wondering what kind of music Ben Lukas Boysen was listening to while recording his now-released "Gravity" album (adn168), his brand new mix for our good friends at Headphone Commute might point you in the right direction. Over the course of an hour and 21 tracks, this musician presents a combination of classical music, blues, experimental drones and techno and, most of all, doesn't play any track he wrote himself.
Click below to listen to this new mix, enjoy, and don't forget to check out his new and splendid "Gravity" album.