GLITCH BASS TEAROUT Koan Sound preview their forthcoming Dynasty EP for your subsonic listening pleasure. With a nod to the Dave Tipper school of squelch Koan Sound produce fastidiously sculpted snarls and growls into outstanding glitch tracks that sound like you’re passing thorough King Kong’s colon.
A brace of heaving, pressurised grooves for your consisderation: Mark Pember drops the pace and plummets into the funk depths to help fund the bandwidth costs of his essential “Lowering The Tone Podcast” . The show is up on iTunes for you to grab straight to your FondleSlab.
Both “Bang 100″ and “When You’re Alone” are available for download via Bandcamp on a Pay-What-The-Fuck-You-Like basis.
Bare in mind, this a gentleman’s agreement and you should at least be choking up the pennies to buy Pember a packet of crisps and decent scotch egg.
SWAMPY HOUSE GROOVE Everything the Graeme Clark touches turns to solid gold.
A solid gold bucket of Glaswegian diamonds, no less.
The Revenge previews a tantalising clip of deep, organic house at it’s swampiest.
If you’re feeling this you could sign up to grab a free download of another equally dope Revenge track “Lovestory” and be in with a chance of winning a rare-as-rocking-horse-shit mix CASETTE.
SEDUCTIVE ELECTRO CUT The boundaries of the Electro genre have been blurred somewhat after the name tag was hijacked by a bunch of cunts wearing t-shirts with plunging neck lines.
“Electro” ,as far as your common-or-garden fuckwit knows, is all stadium dance events, MASSIVE DROPS and generic ableton presets. Which can take a running fuck at themselves
Phil Keiran, however , summons the power of Detroit and serves up a stripped back, break beat cut that nods to the roots of dance music with a seductive electro sound pallet. Gorgeous.